SOURCE: HydroFlo, Inc.

March 08, 2007 09:39 ET

HydroFlo Water Treatment, Inc. PLUS™ System Selected for New NC Subdivision

APEX, NC -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 8, 2007 -- HydroFlo Water Treatment, Inc. (HWTI), a portfolio company of HydroFlo, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HYRF), announced today that a HydroFlo PLUS™ system has been specified by a prominent Charlotte, NC engineering firm to augment the water treatment facility for a new subdivision in the metropolitan Charlotte, North Carolina area.

The engineering firm specified the HydroFlo Water Treatment PLUS™ system as the preferred technology for this new community over traditional, more costly methods. These traditional approaches frequently employ chemical 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.

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. Our technology continues to be selected by communities as a preferred wastewater treatment solution due to its lower costs and ease of operation and maintenance."

HydroFlo, Inc. is headquartered in Apex, North Carolina, and maintains a core focus to seek out synergistic acquisitions that will provide capital appreciation and income for its portfolio companies. The mission of HydroFlo, Inc. is to acquire and develop innovative technologies and businesses that will improve the quality of water throughout the world by means of detection, treatment and removal of contaminants.

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