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LiqTech receives order

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LiqTech International, Inc. (LiqTech or the company) has announced that the company has received a US$260 000 order for the company's water treatment systems for flue gas condensate. The order was received from Tjæreborg Industri A/S, a Danish company who specialises in the development and manufacturing of equipment for power plants. The system will be installed at Hobro Varmeværk, Denmark.

Sune Mathiesen, LiqTech CEO, remarked, "Water treatment for power plants is an industry in great development. Tightening legislation and increasing water prizes is encouraging plant owners to invest in water treatment systems to clean water before discharge or even clean the water for reuse."

"This order is for a Danish company specialising in complete solutions for power plants. The system will clean the water for reuse for the benefit of the customer and the environment."

"In the past we have sold membranes for this industry and following the acquisition of our water treatment systems company we have developed a range of standardised products for this application. Our technology has proven to be very well suited for use in this challenging environment and we are very pleased to note our progress in the sales of our systems for the treatment of flue gas condensate. We are gaining still more interest and acceptance from this industry and we believe that we will see further orders for this product in the near future." Mathiesen concluded.

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