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Spartan Environmental Technologies has been awarded a US navy contract for two ozone treatment systems to be used as part of a marine life support package. The award was made by the office of the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command in San Diego. Delivery of the systems is scheduled for September of 2007.
"Spartan is pleased to be part of the marine life support package being assembled by the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command,” said Anthony Sacco, marketing director of Spartan Environmental Technologies. “We are certain that the ozone treatment system will provide a reliable and long lived operational capability for the Navy during their important missions."
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