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Metsorb® Arsenic & Lead Removal Media
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04/18/2007 HydroGlobe and Aquacell Water, Inc. Establish Strategic Partnership for Municipal Arsenic Treatment Applications

HydroGlobe!", a division of Graver Technologies, LLC, has announced signing of a strategic marketing agreement that establishes Aquacell Water Treatment, Inc. as the exclusive supplier of HydroGlobe's patented Metsorb!" HMRG (Heavy Metal Removal Granules) for large municipal, commercial, and industrial arsenic water treatment applications where an adsorbent technology is used. James Witham, Aquacell Water's Chief Executive Officer, said "This agreement with Graver for MetSorb!" titanium-based arsenic removal media is a significant milestone for Aquacell. Exclusivity for the entire United States allows us to better control our arsenic removal business and enables us to accelerate our sales and marketing efforts beyond the Southwest to establish a presence across the country."

John Schroeder, Vice President and General Manager of Graver, and an inventor of the titanium-based technology said, "We're thrilled to be working with Aquacell Water on an exclusive basis for MetSorb!", as they are an established leader in titanium-based arsenic removal media." Mr. Schroeder continued, "We will be working closely with Aquacell to provide all of the support they may need and are looking forward to a mutually beneficial relationship."

Kevin Spence, Aquacell's President said, "We evaluated the spectrum of arsenic removal medias available and determined that titanium-based media provides the highest capacity for all forms of arsenic across a broad range of water quality, including a wide pH range. We strongly believe MetSorb!" is the most effective and best available titanium-based media on the market today." Mr. Spence continued, "MetSorb's ability to remove other heavy metals such as lead, mercury, copper and uranium fits well with our strategy to provide a broader product offering for groundwater remediation."

Metsorb!" HMRG affords a higher capacity and a lower level of ion interference than competitive iron-based and alumina-based products. It also requires less frequent replacement, offers faster kinetics to work effectively at high flow rates, is listed under NSF Standard 61, and spent media will typically pass the EPA TCLP (Toxicity Characteristic Leach Procedure) for non-hazardous disposal of solid waste.


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