HydroFlo Presents Technical Paper on Odor and Corrosion Control


RALEIGH, N.C., Nov. 25, 2003 (PRIMEZONE) -- HydroFlo, Inc. (OTCBB:HYRF) announced today that it has presented a technical paper on Odor and Corrosion Control at the Georgia Water and Pollution Control Association meeting in Athens, GA during their Fall conference on 11/18-11/19/03. The technical paper's title was "Odor Control Using Oxygen Injection into Force Mains" and the paper was delivered by company president Tom Barbee.

Elements covered in the paper included the technical approach for injection and gas delivery, relative costs for oxygen injection versus alternative chemical treatments, and case histories. The audience was made up of Municipal workers, Public Works Directors, and Consulting Engineers engaged in the treatment of wastewater and the reception by the public was positive. Copies of the PowerPoint presentation are available to the public via email upon request.

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 are pleased with the interest of the professionals at the conference, and look forward to working with the people of Georgia and providing solutions for their odor problems at lift stations," said Dennis Mast, CEO of HydroFlo.

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

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