Interesting things happened to Joel Solly after he joined and helped establish an indoor air cleaning company in 1993 and spent a couple of years perfecting how to clean ventilation ducts without using harsh chemicals.
He found out the same proprietary tea tree oil blend he developed for Indoor Air Professionals made a great air purifying gel, spray and wipes for use on boats, in RVs and other motor vehicles, and in homes and commercial buildings – as well as on humans, dogs and horses.
The Lancaster-based company recently released the fourth product in its Kanberra line: hand soap.
Kanberra may not be a household name in the U.S. – or even Western New York – but the unique ability of its products to clean and deodorize surfaces and the air, without leaving covered-up, lingering odors, has created a buzz in the marine trade, including the U.S. Navy, which uses Solly’s company to clean its ships around the globe.
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“We’re not Sahlen’s, or Weber’s mustard today, but we’re a unique brand that’s worldwide.” Joel Solly, president and CEO, left, and Steven Toorongian, right, who heads up the research and development team, discuss results of a new product formulation at Indoor Air Professionals/Kanberra Group in Lancaster. (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)
Photos: (Robert Kirkham/Buffalo News)
Story: Scott Scanlon/Buffalo News