Hydro(gen) Innovations Inc.

Hydro(gen) Innovations Inc.

Hydro(gen) Innovations Inc.

Most commercial and industrial buildings are required to test their fire sprinkler systems every five years. In a typical test, fire sprinkler system water is discharged from the pipes and flows into storm drains and other receiving waters. Most of the time, this water is filled with harmful pollutants that can cause irreparable environmental damage to the lakes and oceans into which they are so carelessly flushed. Now there`s a safer, more economical way to test and discharge fire sprinkler system water. It’s called the EcoSmart™ Filter by Hydro(Gen) Innovations™, Inc. is the exclusive distributer for California, Oregon and Washington state.

Company details

2040 Courtland Ave. , San Marino , California 91108 USA
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Business Type:
Service provider
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)

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At Hydro(gen) Innovations, our vision is to create cleaner, safer water for this generation, and generations to come.

We have seen first-hand the types of harmful pollutants that are so carelessly flushed into storm drains and waterways everyday. Understanding the short- and long-term effects of this problem is what prompted Hydro(Gen) Innovation to develop the world’s first multi-filter, portable system for cleaning fire sprinkler water before it gets discarded into the environment. The EcoSmart™ Filter not only helps discarded water meet EPA standards; it offers fire protection services, cities and municipalities a more cost-effective way of managing this ever-growing ecological problem.

Understanding the short- and long-term effects of this problem is what prompted Hydro(gen) Innovation’s founder, Robert Mungarro Sanchez, to invent the world’s first three-filter, portable system for cleaning fire sprinkler water before it gets discarded into the environment. The EcoSmart™ Filter not only helps discarded water meet EPA standards; it offers fire protection services, cities and municipalities a more cost-effective way of managing this ever-growing ecological problem.