WET-TECH, The Ozone People
WET-TECH specializes in Hospitality, Healthcare, food services and industrial water treatment along with water disinfection. Our knowledge of washroom chemistry and Ozone provides cost savings in water, fuel energy, production and wash chemicals. Linen life is extended three fold. Our Ozone sanitizer/washer systems provides for the delivery of sanitary items while providing a positive impact on Green House Gas emissions. Ozone room air deodorizers and whole house water treatment systems provides bottle water quality at the faucet or in ice making equipment. Our Pruven Technology water reuse systems (OBF - One Bath Forward) are an adjunt to our water conservation programs. Call us at 508-831-4229

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1102 Pleasant St., Suite 804
Worcester, MA 01602-1232
United States
Phone: 508-831-4229
Fax: 508-791-4966

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Ozone Generation Systems, Components

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