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January 31, 2017

Silversea Cruises Selects Aquox’s On-site Sanitizing Solution Generator for New Flagship

DILLSBURG, PA – Silversea Cruises has been recognized as the gold standard in luxury cruising and acclaimed both for its legendary European lifestyle and global reach of destinations. In the US, Silversea has received numerous awards including being voted “World’s Best” by the readers of Condé Nast Traveler (nine times) and Travel + Leisure (seven […]

January 1, 2017

Aquaox Announces Technology Licensing Agreement with pHur LLC

DILLSBURG, PA – Aquaox LLC, a technology development and leading provider of Electrochemical Activation (ECA) water generators and solutions announced today it has signed an Exclusive development license with pHur, LLC, a company formed by current ZEROREZ® principals from (Los Angles/OC) and (San Diego, Bay Area) to deploy its AQUAOX electrochemical activation solutions in the […]

January 1, 2016

Aquaox Announces Corporate Office Relocation

DILLSBURG, PA – Aquaox LLC, a leading provider of Electrochemical Activated Water generators and solutions to businesses in a wide range of industries, including healthcare, food processing, schools/education, and environmental service providers has announced it will move its office and manufacturing facility from Fontana, CA to new, larger quarters in Dillsburg, PA to better serve […]

May 13, 2015

Aquaox Disinfectants Generated On-Site in North Carolina Healthcare Facilities Are Compliant with EPA Requirements for Hospital Disinfectants

FONTANA, CA—Current North Carolina Rules Governing the Sanitation of Hospitals, Nursing Homes, Adult Care Homes and Other Institutions (15 A NCAC 18A.1300) require patient contact surfaces in health care settings to be disinfected with EPA-registered hospital disinfectant. The EPA registration number on the label of all disinfectant products that enter commerce provides assurance that EPA […]

November 21, 2014

Aquaox Signs Service Agreement with Major Healthcare Group

FONTANA, CA–There is an epidemic of health care acquired infections within hospitals, out-patient surgical centers, nursing homes and other medical facilities. A major cause of this epidemic is environmental surface contamination. It is estimated that 40% of healthcare acquired infections are attributed to cross contamination from hands of patients, healthcare workers and visitors who come […]