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Just like everyone else, Nine Mile Health is adapting during the pandemic

Nine Mile Health is proud to support schools, restaurants, hospitals, salons and more across the nation as they tackle the challenging obstacles that have come along with the pandemic. But our work goes well beyond just supplying you with sanitation tools. At the end of the day, we want to make your life easier and safer. So that’s what we did. Just like everyone else, we’ve had to adapt and overcome during the pandemic, and that has led to big changes that support our customers: including a new PO software on our website, mobile payments, and increased vetting of our products.

Our new PO software brings the traditional e-commerce buying journey to the B2B space. Why not get your sanitation supplies the same way you get all your other supplies? Integrating a PO software on to our website has made the buying process more seamless than ever. You might not like having to invest in infection prevention, but at least we made it easy for you.

Another big change we’ve implemented due to the pandemic is finding ways to capture mobile payments. Financial inclusion is a big tenet we’ve kept in mind the last year, and we’re proving it with our commitment to mobile payments. No matter how you pay, we want to make it a breeze.

The FDA has been very vocal about the efficacy of certain hand sanitizers, and the safety of many sanitizers has been called in to question over the past year. The FDA has a growing list of hand sanitizers you shouldn’t be using due to toxic ingredients. Many of these hand sanitizers contain methanol (sometimes called wood alcohol) which can be extremely dangerous when absorbed through skin or even lethal if ingested. We can assure you we won’t ever be a part of that list. Our sanitizers are free of methanol, made here right in the United States, are FDA-compliant, and most of all safe. With recalls all over the industry and customers rightfully concerned, we’ve taken our vetting process up a notch to absolutely guarantee client safety. That’s our job isn’t it?
Written by Alex Pepper
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