HaloSource, Inc.
HaloSource, Inc. designs solutions that serve people, preserve the planet, and protect our most valuable resource – water. The company works with scientists and industry experts in search of new ways to improve water quality around the globe. The team of HaloSource chemists, biochemists and microbiologists hold more than 100 patents, giving the company the power to provide environmentally conscious solutions. The company’s mission is to make water better and help return previously contaminated water into the environment in the most clean, natural pure state. Founded in Seattle, Washington, HaloSource has grown to become an influential leader in three key sectors: drinking water, recreational water, and environmental water treatment and remediation. HaloPure®, HaloKlear® and SeaKlear® are the distinct brands that optimize the unique chemistry platforms across these primary sectors. Learn more about these cutting edge technologies by visiting HaloSource.com

Address

1725 220th Street SE, Suite 103
Bothell, WA 98021
United States
Phone: 425-881-6464
Fax: 425-882-2476

Product Categories

Industrial Wastewater Recycling/Reuse; Storm Water Management Products; Chemical, Wastewater Treatment, Other; Water Recycling & Reuse; Water Treatment

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