Wenning Poultry Installation Progress Highlighted in Video
SANTA MONICA, CA--(Marketwire - January 19, 2011) - Sionix Corporation (
The video, produced by 21st Century Business for broadcast on CNBC and Fox Business News, is expected to air on both stations during the month of February 2011. While the subject matter covers the Sionix business proposition broadly, significant footage is dedicated to the Company's current project at Wenning Poultry in Ft. Recovery, OH. Jim Currier, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, was interviewed in studio and Mark Hayes, Chief Science Officer, was interviewed at the Wenning Poultry installation site where the features of the Sionix Mobile Water Treatment System are showcased.
Additionally, Jim Currier was interviewed by EnviroLine, an environmental publication headquartered in Alberta, Canada, featuring the potential water treatment solution that Sionix brings to the province of Alberta for water contaminated by oil and gas drillers operating in the native oil sands for return to the local watersheds. Mary Wenning, matriarch of Wenning Poultry, and James Matthews, Senior Vice President of Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering, Inc. (PACE), Sionix' engineering partner, were also interviewed extensively for this publication. The article was published December 13, 2010 and can be viewed on the Corporate website or at http://envirolinenews.ca/.
The direct link to access the video and the article is: http://sionix.com/sel.php?page=news. The Company may be contacted for reproductions of the video and article.
About Sionix Corporation
Based in Santa Monica, CA, Sionix designs innovative and advanced water treatment systems intended for use in defense, government facilities, emergency water supplies during natural disasters, housing development projects, and various industrial processes including subterranean fracturing used in oil and gas drilling. These systems are located adjacent to contaminated water sites thus reducing cost and toxic exposure and can be used to remove organic materials including oil, waste and other infectious bacteria from contaminated resources. They can be also used as pre-treatment for reverse osmosis and other membrane applications. Industries involved in dairy, agribusiness, meat processing, mining, poultry operations, and many others can benefit from Sionix's cost-effective, easily maintained, portable water treatment systems. For more information about the company, go to www.sionix.com.
About Sionix Technology
Using a patented dissolved air flotation (DAF) technology packaged in a mobile shipping container, micron sized air bubbles are injected and float organic contaminants to the surface where 99.95% are skimmed off. This compares to standard DAF units which historically have been limited to using bubble sizes of 15 microns or larger. The size of these bubbles are important because the smaller the bubble, the greater the surface tension and the greater the electrical charge. They can then hold together longer and elevate more organic contaminants to the surface for removal.
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