Integrated Environmental Tech completes stormwater device

The engineering department of Integrated Environmental Technologies, Ltd. (IET) has completed design work for an electrochemical activation device that passes water through a specially designed electrolytic cell to be used in testing for storm water applications...

LITTLE RIVER, SC, Sept. 9, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- The engineering department of Integrated Environmental Technologies, Ltd. (IET) has completed design work for an electrochemical activation device that passes water through a specially designed electrolytic cell to be used in testing for storm water applications.

These products -- used to destroy microorganisms, neutralize chemical agents, purify water and clean and degrease surfaces -- are developed and sold through IET's EcaFlo Division. Assembly of the prototype will be finished within two weeks, at which time field-testing will begin. Coastal Carolina University has been conducting in-house lab testing on the various EcaFlo solutions produced by I.E.T.'s laboratory equipment, which are non-portable devices. To date all lab test results have been resoundingly positive for the efficacy of killing bacteria in storm water applications.

The new prototype will be portable so that it can be used for on-site EcaFlo solution production. The mobility of the device is a key element in the further evolution into target markets.

Little River, SC-based Integrated Environmental Technologies Ltd. (www.ietltd.net) produces and markets EcaFlo devices within the United States for designated application such as medical, health care, agricultural, meat safety, veterinary, food processing, water disinfection and purification. the company is the exclusive U.S. licensee of the patented EcaFlo devices for Electro-Chemical Technologies Ltd.

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