HydroFlo Announces PLUS System Startup in Greensboro, North Carolina


RALEIGH, N.C., Nov. 12, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- HydroFlo, Inc. (OTCBB:HYRF) is pleased to announce that operation of its patented PLUS System has begun in Greeensboro, North Carolina.

The PLUS system was installed at a lift station with a flow rate of 672,000 gallons per day and a force-main line of greater than 5 miles. The system was designed to use oxygen, generated on-site, in order to eliminate the sulfides and resultant odors in the wastewater. Initial results of the system shows that it is performing better than expectations while controlling odors without the use of chemicals.

The City of Greensboro typically uses chemicals to control odors from hydrogen sulfide created by the anaerobic wastewater. Use of the HydroFlo PLUS System will provide Greensboro with the ability to control odor and corrosion resulting from hydrogen sulfide, reducing or eliminating the use of costly chemicals.

HydroFlo is in the business of providing aeration equipment used for the pre-treatment of wastewater. Using the patented Pressure Line Up-Stream or PLUS pre-treatment system, customers begin the treatment process at their pumping stations, prior to the wastewater reaching a treatment plant. The company also provides a full range of related services to companies and municipalities to treat their wastewater at the treatment plant by the use of the energy efficient aeration systems in treatment lagoons.

"We look forward to continuing to work with Greensboro and providing solutions for their odor problems at lift stations," said Dennis Mast, CEO of HydroFlo.

For further information, visit the HydroFlo website at www.hydroflo-inc.com or contact HydroFlo at 919-772-9925.

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