CEO Delivers 400 Million Antiseptic Wipes for Free to Combat Covid-19

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Eric Lundgren, successfully manufactured 400,000,000 antiseptic wet wipes (Yes 400 million!) that he is now giving away to communities and organization for free throughout the country to help combat the spread of Covid-19. Visit to order packs of antiseptic wipes for just the cost of shipping.. .now anyone can give a Box, a Pallet or even a Full Semi-Truck to those who need it most. 

Eric is working directly with various organizations throughout the United States to supply them with free antiseptic wipes, and he wants to hear from more schools and organizations in need. Two upcoming events where he is distributing packs of wipes to the public are:

  • is Donating (241,920) Packs, (9,676,800) Wipes to Single Mothers in Los Angeles through NFP: “Helping Hands of Los Angeles”
  • GiveAWipe is sending (9,676,800) wipes to the University of Illinois for Students, Faculty and to be passed out within the surrounding community by the University Fire Dept.

 Eric recently made national headlines (People MagazineYahoo!Good Day LA) for using his global supply chain to import and donate millions of masks, protective suits, gloves, disinfectant spray, wipes. Through his company, he then provide hospitals with free power for their emergency triage centers as they reached ICU capacity by donating mobile emergency power trailers made from repurposed lithium-ion batteries from old Tesla cars. In addition, he chartered a Boeing 747 from China in order to completely fill it with PPE in order to get it to the United States (see photo below). Eric also donated and personally handed out thousands of N-95 face masks at Black Lives Matter protests throughout Los Angeles in order to help keep the city safe and support the movement. This work is keeping Eric’s staff employed at his new company, which in only 10 months has become the largest hybrid battery recycling company in the country. The work to get antiseptic wipes and personal protective equipment and solar trailers ready, delivered and installed to hotspots is keeping BigBattery’s work force of nearly forty employees fully employed during the pandemic. founder Eric Lundgren lives to promote sustainable solutions.

As a social entrepreneur and environmentalist, he founded the country’s largest hybrid electronic recycling company to combat waste, then built the world’s longest range electric vehicle to promote the mass adoption of EV’s. While living in India, Africa and China – he witnessed first-hand the life-changing power of renewable energy given to those in need of reliable electricity. Returning to the United States, he watched as the “Green Energy Revolution” was halted by expensive batteries and vowed to solve this problem. His solution, BigBattery, Inc. is now the largest supplier of surplus and re-certified battery’s in the United States with offices also in Singapore and China.