General Environmental Science
General Environmental Science was incorporated in 1974 with the mission of developing, manufacutring and marketing bacterial products for water quality improvement. Throughout its history, the GES approach has been to combine the fields of microbiology, engineering and environmental science to create effective and innovative solutions to the complex water quality problems we face today. GES' product portfolio includes a liquid product line, a gel-based product line, and a series of specialty products. GES has developed several patented technologies which provided a unique capability to apply our bacterial systems in a cost effective manner. As a result of over 27 years of research, man

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