Water purifications systems for Asia

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Blue Industries, the US-Based provider of water purification
treatments, has started shipping drinking water purification
systems to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Blue Industries, the US-Based provider of water purification treatments, has started shipping drinking water purification systems to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

The initial shipment included 15 of the company's P6 Drinking Water Treatment Plants, which are able to process 1,500 gallons per day, and two of the company's P60 Drinking Water Treatment Plants, which are able to process 15,000 gallons per day. A second shipment is scheduled for mid-September.

Commenting on the initial shipment to Cambodia, the company's president Fernand Leloroux said: "We are very impressed with the performance of EUPADI, our Cambodian representative. They have only been working with us for two months and we have already made our first substantial sale."

Mr. Leloroux continued: "We needed a reliable distributor that could effectively penetrate the Southeast Asian market and our representative agreement with EUPADI is certainly off to a fine start."

Blue Industries' water treatment products are based on patented technologies that claim to offer drinking water processing facilities at low cost. Depending on the configuration, the company's current products can process between 1,500 and 15,000 gallons per day. The Company currently serves customers in China, Thailand, Cambodia and Middle East, and is conducting on-site demonstrations in Africa.

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