Mace Security International, Inc. has Suspension and Proposed Debarment Officially Lifted by the US
Mace Security International, Inc. has Suspension and Proposed Debarment Officially Lifted by the US EPA
CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Mace Security International, Inc. is pleased to announce that the company has entered into an administrative agreement with the United States Environmental Protection Agency to lift the suspension imposed under the federal contract debarment program.
Mace Security International, Inc. has worked closely with McMahon DeGulis LLP (a Cleveland based environmental law firm) and the US EPA over the past couple of months to satisfy the US EPA's concerns over Mace's prior actions and activities. The US EPA and Mace have signed an administrative agreement which terminates the current suspension and proposed debarment. "We (Mace) have a better understanding and appreciation of the tough job the EPA has in this changing world, and are fully committed to being a responsible corporate citizen,"stated John McCann, President & CEO of Mace.Mr. McCann stated further, "Mace is committed to becoming the most globally recognized consumer brand for safety, security products and services...and doing so with the highest standard of integrity."
Lastly the company feels this is yet another building block in the bright future of Mace Security International.
Mace Security International, Inc. (OTC PINK: MACE) is a manufacturer and provider of personal defense, safety, and electronic security products to consumer and business market segments under the highly recognized Mace® brand. Mace also owns and operates a UL/ETL listed central station providing remote alarm and video monitoring services to the wholesale security trade. For more information, go to www.mace.com or write to Mace Security International, Inc., 29100 Aurora Road, Suite 100, Solon, Ohio 44139.
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