Freehold company is disinfecting emergency vehicles for free

American Restoration technicians disinfecting a Hazlet Police Vehicle

All American Restoration, a Freehold based mold remediation and environmental cleanup company, is using its science and technology to keep Monmouth County first responders safe from COVID-19.

Last weekend the the company disinfected police cars and ambulances in Red Bank, Little Silver and Hazlet, in an effort to prevent first responders from being infected by the corona virus via surface transfer in their vehicles.

This week the company’s techs will be setting up in Rumson on Thursday to disinfect emergency response vehicles from Rumson, Sea Bright, Shrewsbury Boro and Highlands. On Friday, the team will be in Middletown. Next week, their scheduled for Manalapan on Thursday and Wall on Friday.

“We see a window of opportunity with the Paycheck Protection Program to not only keep our employees employed, but to give back to our community. If this pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that we – as a business community – need to use our business strengths and capabilities to help the frontline of those keeping us safe, “said Michael Rubino, President of All American Restoration.

Rubino, a member of the National Small Business Assoc.’s Leadership Council added, “I encourage other local business owners to be creative towards helping their community wherever possible.”

The company is looking for a central location in Monmouth County where they can provide their free service to first responders. Company spokesman Scott Broschart told MMM that the proper and safe set up and breakdown is very time consuming. “We can disinfect more vehicles more often if we have location to clean the rigs,” Broschart said.

Senator Declan O’Scanlon facilitated putting American Restoration and the County’s first responders together.

“When the folks at All American Restoration approached me with their idea to convert their technology, expertise and manpower to address an immediate, potentially lifesaving critical need of our police and emergency response workers; it was one of those energizing moments that keeps us going,” O’Scanlon said. “Their ability to disinfect vehicles quickly and efficiently is a Godsend to the municipalities that have so far been able to take them up on their offer. The fact that they have been willing to perform their initial services for free has been above and beyond in this time of need. I thank them from the bottom of my heart.”

Municipalities and local government agencies who wish to have their vehicles disinfected can contact Broschart at 732-895-2076 or [email protected].

Inquires regarding residential and commercial COVID-19 remediation should be made through the company’s website.

Posted: April 8th, 2020 | Author: | Filed under: COVID-19, Declan O'Scanlon, Monmouth County News | Tags: , , , , , , | Comments Off on Freehold company is disinfecting emergency vehicles for free

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