Calgon Carbon Launches All Gone

Calgon Carbon Corporation announced today the launch of All Gone, the newest addition to its consumer product line. The All Gone activated carbon disk incorporates a patent-pending design that eliminates most household odors safely and naturally. All Gone is scheduled to be introduced on QVC in May.

All Gone is ideal for removing odors in refrigerators, bathrooms, trash cans, closets, gym and diaper bags, autos, and many other small spaces where unpleasant odors are present. It comes with a fastener and adhesive holder for hanging the unit, and a decorative water drop stand for placement on flat surfaces.

For more than 50 years, Calgon Carbon has been an innovator in activated carbon technology and a leading supplier of granular activated carbon to remove odors from air and water. The All Gone activated carbon disk employs advanced carbon technology developed by the company that actually improves the utilization of activated carbon in eliminating odors. In performance testing, All Gone was clearly superior to other odor control products.

Commenting on the announcement, Robert P. O'Brien, senior vice president, business development for Calgon Carbon, said, "We are very excited about adding All Gone to our consumer product line. It is affordable, easy to use, and consumers will also be able to purchase replacement disks from QVC by phone or on-line. We believe that All Gone is the most effective product on the market today for eliminating virtually any unpleasant common household odor."

Calgon Carbon Corporation, headquartered in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, is a global leader in services and solutions for making air and water cleaner and safer. The company employs approximately 1,200 people at 17 operating facilities and 27 sales and service centers worldwide.

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