Issues facing the bottled water and beverage industry and the potential of EOH2O process to address them

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The following is an overview focusing on the increasing risk to beverage producers to potential litigation and loss
of market share, due to the presence of endocrine disrupting and other persistent organic pollutants infesting nearly
every fresh water source (including treated municipal tap water) throughout the World.

The use of established treatment regimes employed by the beverage industry is inadequate. Carbon Filtration, Reverse Osmosis, Ultrafine and Nanofiltration, UV Irridation, and Ozone have proven to have limited reduction and/ or removal capabilities. New academic and governmental reports are being published monthly denoting this failure—while environmental activists and politicians point fingers and call for more restrictive environmental and import regulations, increased enforcement, class action litigation, and even boycotts.

The presentation does provide a potential solution— application of the patented electrolytic oxidation process developed by Aquatic Technologies (the EOH2O™ Process). Through numerous trials off wastewaters containing
the majority of these pollutants, reductions exceeding those of the other treatment regimes have been noted.

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