Limetree Bay Collaborates With Mutiny for Sanitizer for Facility

David Wallis, left, of the Limetree Bay Refinery Logistics Team, takes receipt of the first order of Breadfruit Alcohol Surface Sanitizer from Master Distiller Art Wollenweber of Mutiny Island Vodka. (Submitted photo)
David Wallis, left, of the Limetree Bay Refinery Logistics Team, takes receipt of the first order of Breadfruit Alcohol Surface Sanitizer from Master Distiller Art Wollenweber of Mutiny Island Vodka. (Submitted photo)

Limetree Bay received its first delivery of a locally produced alcohol-based sanitizer last week, a delivery that will help clean the facility in light of the shortage of disinfectants. The Breadfruit Alcohol Surface Sanitizer was produced by master distiller Art Wollenweber of Mutiny Island Vodka, the refinery announced.

“Availability of sanitizer has been almost impossible to procure,” Limetree Bay said in its announcement “However, Mutiny has provided us with a product that will help keep our site sanitary,” remarked Robert Weldzius, senior vice president of Limetree Bay Refining.

David Wallis and Duke Given, members of Limetree Bay’s team, contacted Sion Farm Distillery, maker of Mutiny Island Vodka, to address the increasing challenge of securing sanitizers and Wollenweber came up with the concept. Limetree Bay and Mutiny Island Vodka collaborated to bring the sanitizing product to fruition.

“When we heard from people in our community that the stores were running out of sanitization products, our master distiller, Art Wollenweber, made a comment that we can make our own,” said Todd Manley, CEO and founder of Mutiny Island Vodka. “That spawned the idea to create a local solution to a global problem within our community that could help bolster deficiencies in our territory, especially in vital services and businesses,” said Manley.

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The locally produced sanitizer contains 70 percent denatured alcohol. Limetree Bay will dispense this sanitizer into appropriately labeled spray containers for use by our janitorial services.

“Their outreach is not only helping the community by consciously being proactive in reducing the spread of COVID-19 but helped Sion Farm Distillery have an additional product to manufacture during this challenging environment as a startup company,” said Manley.

“I am very grateful that a community member is able to help us by supplying sanitizer that will help keep our contractors and employees well. Thank you, Art Wollenweber and Mutiny employees, for providing this needed help,” Weldzius concluded.

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