About BioLargo Water
BioLargo Water enjoys ongoing support from the extensive resources of its parent company, BioLargo Inc. as well as its sister company, BioLargo Engineering Science and Technologies, in support of the development and commercialization of the AOS. We've received two million dollars ($USD) in financial support from innovation-centric public agencies in Canada and the US, including the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the world's leading provider of drinking water. We've been awarded more than 70 grants for the development and commercialization of water treatment technology, and our process has been validated through field pilots in the poultry, brewing, and stormwater industries.
BioLargo Water was founded in 2014 by AOS inventor Kenneth R. Code, BioLargo Water President Richard Smith, with investment and resources from its parent company BioLargo, Inc. led by CEO Dennis P. Calvert. BioLargo Water, Inc. "BioLargo Water", is an Alberta-based Canadian corporation headquartered at Agri-Food Discovery Place located on campus at the University of Alberta in Edmonton. BioLargo Water holds the world-wide exclusive license from BioLargo, Inc., to commercialize the Advanced Oxidation System (AOS) clean water technology. BioLargo Water, Inc. is a wholly-owned subsidiary of BioLargo Water Investment Group, Inc. ("BWIG").
Since its formation, BioLargo Water has assembled a team of water treatment and technology experts from diverse technical backgrounds. Our passionate team includes PhD scientists, professional engineers, technicians, and top business development professionals. It also enjoys the ongoing support from the extensive resources of its parent company as well as its sister company, BioLargo Engineering Science and Technologies.
BioLargo Water has received significant financial support from innovation-centric Canadian government agencies like NRC-IRAP and NSERC, and has to-date been awarded more than 70 grants and financial support programs for development and commercialization of the AOS, with more than 20 industry and academic collaborators from around the world. It also has enjoyed financial support for demonstration pilot projects from the leading supplier of drinking water globally, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California through its Innovative Conservation Program "ICP".
Agri-food Discovery Place, University of Alberta