Neohydro Technologies Corp. is the exclusive licensee for the worldwide industrial applications of the Neohydroâ„¢ and Pathocellâ„¢ technologies. Neohydro Technologies is positioning to be the leading service company for providing economical end-to-end water supply solutions for industrial clients around the world. The Company is focusing their efforts on water sterilization technology.

Neohydro is bringing a noninvasive, cost-efficient solution to industrial wastewater management. Improving the treatment of industrial water allows them to redefine the management, flexibility, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of industrial water supply. They believe their technology will foster ethical and environmentally sound business practices and help alleviate the growing water supply crisis.

Neohydro Technologies Corp.’s device and associated technology will find use in the treatment of industrial wastewater. They are offering a high voltage electrolysis device that transforms water solely for industrial applications. The technology will allow onsite treatment of wastewater from industries such as gas drilling, oil drilling, pulp and paper mills, food processing plants, and agriculture. The process involves treating the water back to EPA standards and reusing, recycling, and re-injecting it back for these industries to reuse. The benefit to enterprises is the elimination of transportation costs, reduction of waste, re-use of the treated water, elimination of toxic chemical use, and reduction of energy consumption.

This month, Neohydro Technologies Corp. announced that after extensive real-world operations in a Utah evaporation plant, their new wastewater treatment technology impressed local oil and gas operators and wastewater disposal companies because results exceeded their highest lab-projected expectations.

Neohydro Technologies Corp. CEO Dean Themy, said, “This is huge for us. We've had promising results in the lab, but everyone needed to know the system would hold up under real-world conditions for extended amounts of time. It has! Now all the clients that were waiting in the wings are scrambling to enter into service agreements.”

Neohydro's single-cell unit treated a continuous stream of 2,300 barrels of wastewater in a 24-hour period. This was more than double their 1,000 barrel-capacity projection. The pilot project proved how effective a single-cell Neohydro unit, with moderate power supply requirements, and no additional chemicals, could serve a large wastewater disposal company. This application had co-sponsoring from ITL (Iowa Tank Lines Inc.) and their wastewater subsidiary Water Recovery LLC in Duchesne, Utah.