Lisa Springer, CFAInitial ReportOctober 13th, 2008
Nohydro Tchnologi, Corp. (OTCBB: NHYT)
The wastewater then is pumped into treatment units and exposed to an electric eld. The water is subjected to
electro-oxidation long enough to destroy all biological and chemical contaminants. Trace elements rebond when
the process ends - safely and eciently converting 99.9% of the supplied water into acceptably regulated levels
of chlorine and mixed oxidants. Technology advantages support the rapid adoption The Company’s technology helps reduce cost of operations, supports green initiatives, and minimizes chemicalhazards in many industries and in diverse applications. NHYT’s technology also eliminates transport, handling,storage and regulations issues. In addition to providing a single-solution approach to wastewater treatment, Neo-hydro™ can also be incorporated into existing methods on a smaller scale for clients who are primarily interestedin retaining their pre-existing setup. This will improve the processing time of traditional treatment methods, anddecreases the necessary treatment cycles to achieve EPA requirements at a greatly reduced cost.
A wide range of technology application to address the needs of dierent industries
The Company’s technology can be used in a variety of industries such as chemical engineering, metallurgy, health-
care, agriculture, , foodstus and the oil industry. Every oil well in the world uses water that requires disinfec
tion and detoxication. With the implementation of electro-oxidation, oil companies will be able to reuse water
and eliminate transportation and treatment costs. NHYT`’s technology has the potential to greatly reduce this
large cost to the oil industry, saving oil companies 75% on their water cost by re-using water with the Company’s
electro-oxidation equipment. Proven management team NHYT’s Presidentpresident and CEO Dean Themy bring to the Company overmore than 30 years of experiencein the electrolytic industry. Mr. Themy brings a vast knowledge of development and marketing experience to thewaste recycling business. He was the founder of Oxidant3 Corporation., and served as its Presidentpresident from July 1, 2003, to March 15 2007. Oxidant3 Corporation was based in Salt Lake, Utah, and was formed to conductR&D of Medicalmedical sterilization devices and for the production of water treatment equipment. Mr. Themyalso formed Neohydro LLC, a company which that focuses its business on the electro-oxidation industry, withemphasis on manufacturing electrodes (anodes), the core element of the electrolytic process.