Hormone Removal Process to Target U.S. Drinking Water
Shine Holdings, Inc. recently announced it would expand the focus of its patent pending process to include the nation's drinking water. The company's ozone process is intended as a possible solution to eradicating EDCs (endocrine disrupting chemicals), as well as waterborne hormones and other compounds from domestic water. Shine intends to funnel its creative resources into innovations to be approved by the U.S. Patent Office.
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