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AMOEBA authorized DREWO to distribute its biological biocide in Italyqrcode

Dec. 1, 2015

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Dec. 1, 2015
AMOEBA producer of a biological biocide capable of eliminating waterborne bacterial risk, announced that it has signed a letter of intent prior to entering into a definitive agreement on the distribution of its product by DREWO for a 3-year period, provided market authorisation (MA) is awarded, which could take place at the end of 2016. 
AMOEBA’s solution acts as a predator against bacteria that proliferate in water. This product is 100% natural, its main characteristic is that it does not generate by-products which are toxic for humans or the environment. Thus, no waste-water treatment will be necessary for companies choosing to use this alternative disruptive technology. 
Already, several companies such as Häagen-Dazs and ArcelorMittal have used AMOEBA’s biocide on an experimental basis for over 6 years and its efficacy has been demonstrated on their industrial sites during this test phase. 
“With its dense, high quality industrial network, Italy represents a first-line target territory for AMOEBA. The signature of this letter of intent with DREWO will allow us to distribute our solution in Italy as soon as market approval is granted. DREWO is a major stakeholder in industrial water treatment in Italy, where it has a solid client base among the major industrial groups” states Fabrice PLASSON, President of AMOEBA’s Board of Directors. 
“AMOEBA’s solution constitutes the only biological alternative today for companies who wish to use an effective product to treat their water. Through this partnership, we want to be able to offer tomorrow’s Italian market the only natural biocide in the world capable of controlling waterborne bacterial risk in water cooling systems.” indicates Ernesto LATINI, CEO of DREWO.
About AMOEBA: 
Based in Lyon - France, AMOEBA develops a biological biocide capable of eliminating waterborne bacterial risk (legionella, pseudomonas, listeria, etc.). This entirely natural solution is presented as an alternative to the chemical treatments traditionally used in the industrial sector. 

Source: AMOEBA

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