Purio Inc. (OTCBB: PURO) announced the first of two independent lab reports showing the company produced potable water from a dirty water source. The reports are on water samples produced through Purio’s two demonstrations, in August, of their transportable water purification system.
“This lab report confirms results obtained from our on-board monitoring system,” says Leonard Girard, Chief Science Officer with Purio. “Our first demonstration this season processed dirty water from an open pond located in a farming region of North Central Saskatchewan, Canada, during the hot mid-summer growing season.”
Girard said the test’s goal was to process about 3,250 gallons (12,250 liters) of drinkable water per day, free from E. coli and coliform bacteria. The report showed the water initially had Most Probable Number estimates of 66 per 100 milliliters of E. coli and 720 per 100 mls. of total coliform bacteria. Both bacteria were reduced to untraceable amounts. The water’s acidity was also reduced to 7.96 pH.
“Our monitors, as well as the accredited lab report both agree that the drinking water produced was clear, bacteria-free and sanitary,” Girard said.
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