BioLargo Inc. (OTCQB: BLGO), a developer of technologies designed to solve some of the world’s most important problems that threaten water, food, agriculture, health, and energy, was recently featured in an Equities.com story that discussed its AOS Filter’s strong potential in the maritime industry to reduce costs.
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In the article, Steve Kanaval points out that a tanker carrying 25 million gallons of ballast water costs about $7,500 per trip at a conservative cost of $100 per acre/foot of energy costs. The AOS Filter uses so little energy that the energy cost to process 75 acre/feet is less than 1/20th of traditional measures, which equates to a voyage cost of $375 or less. In addition, the cost of building an AOS Filter is a fraction of the cost of competing systems priced at $750,000 or more.
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Investors in maritime stocks, like Seanergy Maritime Holdings Corp. (NASDAQ: SHIP), may want to take a closer look at the stock, as well as investors interested in the environmental remediation space, including CECO Environmental Corp. (NASDAQ: CECE).
BioLargo’s AOS Filter is the lowest cost, highest impact, sustainable clean water technology known and leverages the natural power of iodine. With potential use cases across a wide range of industries, including the maritime industry, the technology could have significant potential and provide the company and its investors with blue sky opportunities.