Federal Court Enters Order Authorizing Sterigenics’ Atlanta Facility to Continue Normal Sterilization Operations

 April 8, 2020 – Atlanta, GA – Sterigenics, a leading provider of mission-critical sterilization services to the healthcare industry, today announced that the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia has entered a Consent Order authorizing Sterigenics to continue normal sterilization operations at its Atlanta facility. The Order follows the April 1 ruling that allowed Sterigenics to fully resume sterilization operations at the facility and authorizes Sterigenics to continue those operations during the litigation through the Court’s entry of a final judgment in the case. 

In connection with the announcement, Sterigenics issued the following statement: 

“We are pleased the Court has entered the order to continue the safe sterilization of vital medical products and devices at our Atlanta facility. In addition to being one of the most advanced sterilization facilities in Georgia and the United States in terms of emission control, our Atlanta facility plays a critical role in serving the urgent needs of health care workers and patients. We will continue our safe sterilization operations at the facility in the interest of public health. We are confident the legal proceedings will ultimately confirm our legal rights to continue those operations beyond the litigation for future public health needs.” 


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