SOURCE: HydroFlo, Inc.

May 31, 2007 06:00 ET

HydroFlo PLUS™ System Selected for Subdivision in Charlotte, North Carolina

APEX, NC--(Marketwire - May 31, 2007) - HydroFlo Water Treatment, Inc. (HWTI), a portfolio company of HydroFlo, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HYRF), announced today that the HydroFlo PLUS™ system previously specified as a "preferred technology solution" has been ordered by the contractor responsible for the water utility installation for a new subdivision in the metropolitan Charlotte, North Carolina area.

In March 2007, a prominent engineering firm specified the HydroFlo Water Treatment system (PLUS™) as the preferred technology for this new community over traditional, more costly methods. These traditional approaches frequently employ Chemicals addition and passive control systems, such as airspace biological treatment for odor control but it was determined that the PLUS™ system would be more cost-effective and reliable. The system is expected to be delivered and installed within 8 weeks.

George Moore, President of HydroFlo, Inc., explained, "The HydroFlo Water Treatment PLUS™ system offers customers the advantages of competitive installation and startup costs while achieving lower operating expenses for control of odors and corrosion within the pipeline and sewer lift stations. We are pleased that our technology was selected by the engineering firm as the preferred treatment solution."

The HydroFlo, Inc. corporate office is located in Apex, North Carolina, near Raleigh. HydroFlo's core focus is to seek out synergistic acquisitions that will provide capital appreciation and income for its portfolio companies through the acquisition, development and commercialization of innovative technologies and processes that will improve the quality of water throughout the world by means of detection, treatment and removal of contaminants. For more information, please visit www.hydroflo.us

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