Nano Gas™ and DUTV Subsidiary Agree to Exclusive Global Agriculture License for Nanobubble Technology
Houston, TX – Nov 7, 2023 – Nano Gas Environmental (Nano Gas™) has partnered with Easy Modular Manufacturing (EMM) to bring nanobubble technology to the global markets. EMM is building the next generation of automated nanobubble generators. Nano Gas plans to use the first unit for a full-scale paid pilot in the oil industry, while EMM plans to use the second unit for golf and agricultural lagoon environmental benefits.
This partnership will help Nano Gas expand oil production with enhanced oil recovery (EOR). It will also expand the use of nanobubble technology in agriculture markets. “Partnering with EMM management, which has over 20 years of experience building complex automated systems, gives us great confidence that our equipment will meet the highest standards,” said Len Bland, CEO of Nano Gas™.
“Nano Gas™ has shown that our technology can increase oil production by over 200% for over 180 days without the need for new drilling, fracking or chemicals,” said Scott Fiedler, VP of Manufacturing for Nano Gas™.
This partnership will give EMM exclusive rights to use nanobubble technology in various markets, including agriculture, golf, cannabis, biofuels, fertilizers, chemicals, hydroponics and swimming pools, in most countries around the world.
EMM plans to use nanobubble technology in their Easy Nano Void™ system to help farmers, livestock producers, and golf courses clean their ponds and lagoons of algae and sludge while also improving crop yields.
This partnership expands EMM’s existing rights to sell Nano Gas solutions to include the oil, gas, mining and wastewater treatment industries.”
“EMM, a leader in regenerative agriculture, will help farmers improve plant health with less fertilizer. The nanobubbles attract healthy minerals to the roots.” said Jeff Hardin, Chief Science Officer of Nano Gas™.” The most common soil cations … are calcium (Ca++), magnesium (Mg++), potassium (K+), ammonium (NH4+), hydrogen (H+) and sodium (Na+).”
For those unfamiliar with the term, soil cation is the relative ability of the soil to store one group of nutrients. This is a crucial aspect of agriculture because better soil cation means less need for fertilizing and injecting the Earth with essential nutrients.
About Nano Gas Environment
Nano Gas™ Environmental provides eco-friendly, cost-effective wastewater treatment solutions with innovative nanobubble technology. The company specializes in cleaning shallow lagoons, recycling produced water and increasing oil production. Nano Gas™ customers receive everything they need to solve environmental problems, including analysis and equipment operation. Part of this service is the company’s patented nanobubble technology, which cleans the dirtiest water on earth without clogging. These low-energy, chemical-free bubbles work with multiple gases and are highly scalable to large volumes. www.nanogasenvironmental.com
About Digital Utilities Ventures Inc.
EMM is a planned subsidiary of Digital Utilities Ventures, Inc. (publicly traded as OTC:DUTV). DUTV is working to become a formidable presence in the green solutions marketplace. We have identified strategic opportunities for acquisitions and joint ventures that will allow us to capitalize on existing and emerging opportunities in this industry. Consumers understand the significance of progressing from conventional assets to inexhaustible sources that produce no ozone-harming greenhouse gas emissions from petroleum by-products and lessen air contaminants. Enhancing green solutions such as in energy supply and reducing reliance on imported fuels will assist with economic development by increasing occupations in manufacturing, assembling, and more.
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