William Collins is the leading trusted authority for the emerging technology called sanitization which is used to bring building biosecurity to almost any industry. Unlike sanitation which is a reacted concept which uses primarily water based cleaning, sanitization is a proactive technology which allows any bio secure operation the ability to renew, rebuild or renovate their current building envelope so that it can be cleaned. While this is a major shift in mindset, by taking a proactive approach it is possible to build in a signification return on investment for any project.
Collins is ideally positioned for this role of introducing the
BioSealants Sanitization Program, due to his over 25 year backround in
chemical sales. He has worked in many different industries including
nuclear power generation, industrial construction, marine shipping, food
processing, health care and most recently the energy industry. Because
of his diverse backround, William Collins has an ability to bring
creative problem solving to almost any building envelope. William Collins headed up the development of the new antimicrobial air barrier which has been released by Sealant Technologies, Inc.
William Collins moved to NW Arkansas in 1990 in order to head up a new business offering by the Chemidyne Corporation out of Macedonia, Ohio. Chemidyne had created a line of U.S.D.A. cleaning chemicals for the beef and pork industries that was very well received and the poultry industry was just starting to look for similar technologies. Although William had never been involved with the poultry industry, because he is a student of processes, he was able to quickly determine the needs of the industry and find solutions which ultimately saved operations millions of dollars.
William took what was effectively a start-up business and drove it from around $100,000 in annual sales to about $4.5 million in sales in less than 8 years. He also assisted Chemidyne in expanding their program throughout the United States and so assisted his organization in becoming leading market leader for this type of business. He also not only dramatically increased sales but also brought in new equipment technologies and helped to introduce the poultry industry to the concept of contract cleaning which has today become an established business in the poultry industry.
William Collins joined Best Sanitizers, Inc in at the end of 1998 to assist them in bringing their new hand sanitizing technologies into the food industry. Best Sanitizers is partnered with Saraya Co., LTD, a Japanese company with a global presence allowing for international manufacturing and distribution around the world. With its initial focus on the food processing industry, Best Sanitizers was the first company to achieve an E3 rating for an alcohol based hand sanitizer and first to provide a no-rinse, alcohol based surface sanitizer. Alpet E3 Plus and its predecessor, Alpet E3, along with Alpet D2 can now be found in over 7,000 food plants across the United States.
In early 2000, William Collins was recruited by Ecolab, Inc. to assist them in the introduction of their new hand sanitizer program. He was also asked to assist in the integration of Chemidyne into the Ecolab organization. Even though he as splitting his time between both projects, he was able to assist Ecolab in one of the most successful product launches in the history of the company as they introduced a completely integrated line of hand sanitizers and personal hygiene products for the food and industrial industries.
Also, at the same time, William Collins assistance in the development, training and marketing of the new chemical division for Ecolab which focused upon the sale of chemicals to the U.S.D.A. inspected plants throughout the United States. William's focus was on poultry and as National Account Manager, he worked with Corporate Offices of Tyson Foods, Pilgrim Pride, Sanderson Farms and all of the top integrators throughout the country. When William left Ecolob at the end of 2001, he was overseeing about $15M in sales for that division and had also helped in introducing new chemical technologies for the plant operations which included chiller water systems.