Aqua-Aerobic awarded BlueTech Research Innovation Tracker Award

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LOVES PARK, IL, July 1, 2014 -- BlueTech® Research recently awarded Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc., a provider of adaptive water management solutions for global municipal and industrial markets, the Innovation Tracker Badge for the ingenuity of its OptiFiber Cloth Media Filtration technology.

Recognition for this award highlights the advanced nature of Aqua Aerobic Systems within the water industry and registers the company within the BlueTech Research Innovation Tracker.

Comprising over 500 companies, the BlueTech Research Innovation Tracker provides a live, online tool to track the most important innovative companies in the industry. Innovation Tracker companies are hand-selected based on a number of criteria.

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About Aqua-Aerobic Systems

Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc. has been a specialist in the design and manufacture of wastewater treatment equipment and systems for both industrial and municipal markets, worldwide, since 1969. Its treatment solutions include aeration and mixing, biological processes, filtration systems, controls systems, membranes and aftermarket products. Its technologies meet or exceed the most stringent effluent requirements of today and are designed to accommodate changing effluent demands of tomorrow. For more information, visit www.aqua-aerobic.com

About BlueTech Research

BlueTech Research, an O2 Environmental company, is an independent water technology market intelligence firm. The firm provides actionable insights to a global client base on innovative and disruptive technologies, market direction, market opportunities, and access to intelligence on the companies innovating in the water space. For more information, visit www.bluetechresearch.com.

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