OZONATOR Industries

OZONATOR Industries

July 28, 2006 11:00 ET

Ozonator Industries Ltd.: Canadian Company Receives Approval in the United States for New Bio-Hazardous Waste Treatment Technology

REGINA, SASKATCHEWAN--(CCNMatthews - July 28, 2006) - Ozonator Industries Ltd., the Canadian manufacturer of a revolutionary new process for the sterilization of bio-hazardous waste with no emissions, announced today that in accordance with the regulations defined by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), their OZONATOR technology has received approval from the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources as an accepted technology for the sterilization of microbiological waste.

In making the announcement, Ozonator Industries Ltd. Vice President Randy Johnson stated "This is a huge step forward for us at Ozonator Industries Ltd. This notification that our OZONATOR technology will now be on the list of accepted technologies in the United States now opens up a very lucrative market for us with our closest trading partner.

Mr. Johnson added, "Since the launch of our technology in March at the Globe 2006 conference in Vancouver we have received interest from around the world. And while we have already established partnerships in regions like South America, this ruling will now allow us to move forward with projects in the United States that have been waiting for this approval." He went on to say "While the issue of dealing with bio-hazardous is a big problem in all regions of the globe, we are also seeing a large increase in the number of companies around the world that are looking towards our technology to eliminate the millions of tones of green-house-gasses that they currently emit."

Ozonator Industries Ltd. is a privately held Canadian company that manufactures a revolutionary new technology for the sterilization of bio-hazardous waste. Their patent-pending technology provides complete sterilization of bio-hazardous waste with no emissions and up to a 90% reduction in volume.

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