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Improving Sysems for Ozonation & Oxygenation of Water | BlueInGreen

BlueInGreen

BlueInGreen, LLC, is a privately held company that was formed in 2004 to commercialize intellectual property exclusively licensed from the University of Arkansas. The company is headquartered at the Arkansas Research and Technology Park in Fayetteville.  

BlueInGreen offers two product lines: SDOX systems for oxygenation of water and HyDOZ systems for ozonation of water. These innovative product lines use a patented approach for dissolved gas delivery that provides tremendous cost savings for treatment of water compared to existing technologies. 

 

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