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March 4, 2018 40 min
Roving Blue is a young Wisconsin-based company that seeks to make the world your water bottle, Portable, effective ozone-based water purification in something as small and light as a pen is now possible without the use of industrial chemicals; this technology can also ensure safe fruits & vegetables, clean tap lines, improve dental rinses, even get dirty clothes and wet dogs to smell fresh again. With their proprietary technology they're poised to make a big splash. We talk with Marianna "Yana" DeMyer, CEO & Co-founder of Roving Blue about getting started, working with the military, finding new uses, and the promise of what's to come. You can go to to find out more on their site.
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