Do I understand the release correctly? Ecosphere has applied for a patent on a proposal to clean up the St. Lucie Canal and environs, using Ozonix technology. The technology was recently demonstrated for local politicians, but there is, as yet, no contract for the clean-up.
You don't get an order before you put the patented method of oxygenating the water or you may well have an unprotected deal. This is not and EF80 type unit although it uses the ozonix technology. Patrick Murphy was invited to the public demo to show what can be achieved and to help establish the necessary funding for any project involving Okeechobee and the Indian River Lagoon. Not the last word. I'm sure there were other operating factors involving the reasons for the event. Never have seen an instantaneous contract before or immediately following a proof of concept demonstration.