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EAU Technologies Receives Patent for Empowered Water(TM)
Date:1/22/2009

Solution for mold remediation provides environmentally friendly alternative to currently used chemicals.

ATLANTA, Jan. 22 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- EAU Technologies, Inc. ("EAU" or "Company") (OTC Bulletin Board: EAUI), a leading provider of electrolyzed oxidative water, announced today its receipt of Patent #US7,445,800 B2, from the United States Patent Office, to use Empowered Water(TM) Primacide A and C for mold remediation.

Empowered Water(TM) Primacide A and Primacide C are produced by EAU's state-of-the-science generators using a unique combination of cell technology, salt and electricity to alter the molecular structure of water to create a non-toxic, oxidized antimicrobial solution. Empowered Water(TM) Primacide solutions are disinfecting fluids that kill a variety of pathogens including bacteria, viruses, molds and spores, within seconds of contact.

EAU conducted successful protocol studies for the use of Empowered Water(TM) in mold remediation with an industry-leading research firm. Results demonstrated dramatic reductions of mold counts on contaminated surfaces without the use of toxic chemicals.

"In entering any new channel, we first must conduct extensive research to prove the application. Following that, we protect it as best as we can while we develop a realistic business model and find an industry partner to assist with rolling out the technology," said Wade Bradley, CEO of EAU Technologies, Inc. "Mold remediation proved very effective early on. As mold is a major cause of asthma and respiratory problems, especially in children, we are confident that the use of our non-toxic solutions will contribute to a s
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