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EAU Technologies Receives Poultry Processing Patent for Empowered Water
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Solution for poultry processing provides environmentally friendly alternative to currently used toxic chemicals.
Atlanta, GA -- EAU Technologies, Inc. ("EAU" or "Company") (OTC Bulletin Board: EAUI), a leading provider of electrolyzed water, announced today its receipt of Patent #US7,588,488, from the United States Patent Office, to use Empowered Water Primacide Solutions for poultry processing.
Empowered Water for poultry processing is produced by EAU's state-of-the-art generators using a unique combination of electrolysis cell technology, salt and electricity to alter the ionic structure of water to create non-toxic, oxidized antimicrobial solutions and reduced antioxidant cleaning solutions. EAU has conducted several successful trial installations to prove the efficacy of Empowered Water in poultry processing following successful trials conducted at the University of Georgia's Poultry Science Department in Athens, GA. Empowered Water is currently used on a commercial basis as part of the pathogen intervention program in one of the world's largest poultry processing facilities, which processes over 350,000 birds per day. EAU's environmentally friendly solutions are effective at killing Salmonella, E.coli, Campylobacter as well as most other tested organisms.
"Not a day goes by where we don't hear about some form of food safety related recall or the pressures food processors are under to meet new Corporate Social Responsibility goals," said Wade Bradley, CEO of EAU Technologies, Inc. "Empowered Water can be part of the solution to many of the pathogen intervention challenges a poultry processor may face." Mr. Bradley continued, "As processing plants strive to obtain the highest USDA rating, Category 1, EAU's non-toxic solutions can help exceed the new USDA demands while decreasing the use of harsh chemicals."
Mr. Bradley added that EAU is actively involved in commercializing industrial applications for Poultry Processing, Clean-in-Place (CIP), Agriculture as well as in Dairy applications.
EAU Technologies, Inc. (EAU) is a supplier of Electrolyzed Water Technology (EW Technology marketed as Empowered Water) and other complementary technologies with applications in diverse industries. EAU's water-based and non-toxic solutions (at application concentration, the solutions are non-toxic to humans and live animals) may replace many of the traditional methods now used to clean, disinfect and nourish in large industries such as agriculture and food processing. EAU has solutions for existing bacteria, virus and mold proliferation threats. EAU continues to add innovative and efficacious products that offer a systemic approach to pathogen elimination in food processing plants and related industries, thereby producing safer foods while protecting the environment through "Green Technology." EAU has developed patent pending systems that are being used on dairies to process drinking water for dairy herds. Studies and trials are showing promising results at improving animal digestion, which shows signs of improved animal health and production. EAU uses terms like "green", "natural", "non-toxic" and "organic" based on our NAMSA studies that show no toxicity or cytotoxicity at levels as high as 70 ppm of HOCl. Electrolytically generated HOCl has been shown to be up to 80 times more effective at disinfecting than typically used Chlorine, depending on the type of organism and the amount present. EAU uses only water, food grade electrolytes and electricity to create all of its solutions. The active ingredients in the solutions EAU creates through electrolysis are GRAS (generally regarded as safe) approved and/or safe around humans and animals at suggested application levels. Please visit our website and sign up to be emailed our press releases and public announcements. http://www.eau-x.com
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