- Jack B. “Jay” Strommen has officially joined our Board of Directors . He plays a critical role with BioLargo as an investor, partner, and financier of our subsidiary Clyra Medical Technologies. He is a winner and a strong addition to our team, and on behalf of the company we thank him for his hard work.
- We want to take a moment to thank Gary Cox for his years of dedicated service as a Board Member at BioLargo that ended yesterday. We look forward to pursuing new business relationships together in the future.
- We reviewed our presentation given at the 7th Annual LD Micro Invitational conference on June 6, 2017 (linked here), which provided a comprehensive overview of our progress, our milestones, and our near term and long term goals.
- We shared the news (linked here) about our increasing sales of our CupriDyne Clean Industrial Odor Control products, nd that we expect these sales to continue to increase due to the very recent execution of “National Purchasing Agreements” with two of the top 10 waste handling companies in the industry, as previously announced, providing us vendor status that allows us to sell to the local facilities of these large companies. We also shared new information that we have just entered into a similar contractual relationship with another top industry member. We are now servicing three of the top 10 companies in the waste handling industry. These agreements demonstrate that we are breaking through the significant barriers-to-entry for this market, and are a testimony to the now-recognized superior quality of our products, as well as the continuing commitment of the team at our subsidiary Odor-No-More, Inc. to support these very important customers. As our satisfied customers say, “Finally, an industrial odor control product that actually works”. Stay tuned for more information as we advance sales!
- We enjoyed an update from Mr. Steve Harrison, President of our subsidiary Clyra Medical Technologies, on his plan to file a 510(k) application with the FDA very soon. With the support of a $1 million investment from the Strommen family made over the past year, we were able to develop an advanced wound care product for topical use on chronic infected wounds, and a dental product that can help patients avoid post-surgical infections. We believe these two products set the stage to build a portfolio of products to serve these important markets. Mr. Harrison reported that the first public presentation about our products will be made later this week at the Annual Wound Healing: Science and Industry Conference (WoundHSI), sponsored by the Peter Sheehan Diabetes Care Foundation (http://www.woundhsi.org). Our products will be highlighted in a presentation by a leading professional in the field, Dr. Brock A. Liden, DPM, titled Anti-Infective and Biofilm Therapy.
- We updated the attendees on the advancing discussions with potential engineering scale-up partners, potential commercial partners, and public funding sources for our AOS clean water technology. As you may recall, we have proven the science behind the AOS, and have developed its water disinfection and decontamination thoroughly in the lab. We are now heading from the “Alpha” prototype to a “Beta” prototype, and subsequently to commercialization. The science of this technology is advancing and gaining international acclaim, and we look forward to sharing more details as we prepare for our 3rd annual technical symposium in August.
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