Washington DOE approval granted to HaloSource for hybrid water treatment technology
HaloSource recently announced that it has received the Washington State Department of Ecology's General Use Level Designation for its BHR-P50 hybrid polymer used in conjunction with Chitosan Enhanced Sand Filtration system.
Bothell, WA, Oct. 17, 2014 -- HaloSource, Inc. (HALO.LN, HAL.LN), a clean water technology company for construction, mining and industrial applications, recently announced that it has received the Washington State Department of Ecology's (DOE) General Use Level Designation (GULD) for its BHR-P50 hybrid polymer used in conjunction with Chitosan Enhanced Sand Filtration (CESF) system.
The DOE is recognized as having one of the nation's most stringent testing standards for product approval and influences regulation changes in other key environmentally focused states. Prior to approval, the HaloKlear BHR-P50 underwent extensive toxicity testing and in-market site performance reviews.
Under GULD approval, BHR-P50 may be used in Washington, subject to certain use level conditions, to clear turbid water in industrial applications. This is the fourth HaloKlear product that has received GULD approval. HaloKlear BHR-P50 is a unique hybrid polymer that offers a green alternative to commodity chemicals.
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About HaloSource, Inc.
Founded in Seattle, Washington, HaloSource has grown to become an influential leader in three key sectors: drinking water purification, recreational water, and environmental water treatment and remediation. HaloPure®, SeaKlear® and HaloKlear® are the distinct brands that optimize the unique chemistry platforms across these primary sectors. For more information, visit www.HaloSource.com.