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AeroClean Technologies Establishes Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, Headquarters

01/21/2021
AeroClean Technologies, a company focused on designing, developing and marketing a full line of autonomous air purification devices, established its new headquarters in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida.

The company commercializes proprietary, patented air sterilization and disinfection devices utilizing both filtration and UV-C LED light. It is currently in pre-production on its first commercial air purification unit, Purgo, and has permission to market and sell in accordance with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Enforcement Policy for Sterilizers, Disinfectant Devices, and Air Purifiers During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Public Health Emergency. The Company is also pursuing full FDA 510K clearance on its Purgo device.

“Time is of the essence due to current strong demand for our products, which will begin to ship as early as March of 2021. The Company has already spent approximately $10 million on product development, intellectual property and regulatory approvals and expects to generate significant revenue growth in line with its investments in capital and personnel,” said Company CEO Jason DiBona. To carry out AeroClean’s goals, the Company projects the creation of at least 100 new jobs with an average salary of over $100,000 per year in Palm Beach Gardens. The 20,000 SF corporate headquarters will contribute over $7 million in capital investment to the area over the next three years.

The Palm Beach Business Development Board facilitated Aeroclean’s expansion by providing a real estate search as well as introductions to the City of Palm Beach Gardens for expedited permitting.

“Part of our economic development strategy is to grow and attract more corporate headquarters to our county. We are thrilled to add AeroClean to the list of 70+ headquarters that call Palm Beach County their home. The city of Palm Beach Gardens played the most critical role in fast-tracking the process and rolling out a warm welcome mat,” said Kelly Smallridge, President and CEO of the Business Development Board.

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