Anue Water Technologies expands to new facility, consolidates manufacturing in Oceanside, Ca.

July 25, 2016
This consolidates all manufacturing under one roof,  substantially accelerating  the quality and delivery of new products to customers.

OCEANSIDE, CA, JULY 25, 2016 -- Anue Water Technologies, Inc., manufacturer of high efficiency Ozone and Oxygen generation systems in North America and Australia, announces the completion of its relocation to a new manufacturing facility in Oceanside, CA. This consolidates all manufacturing under one roof, substantially accelerating the quality and delivery of new products to customers.

Larry Burbach, COO and General Manager explained the move was due to increased demand for Anue’s municipal product line, together with the company’s entry into the industrial wastewater market. These developments created the opportunity to consolidate manufacturing in the U.S. under one roof, with a customized facility which includes infrastructure to enable world class design, build and quality processes.

According to Mr. Burbach, “This move enables Anue to further improve our quality, and reduce lead time for our full product range. With these expanded floor capabilities, we have significantly improved our efficiency for multi-system fabrication, such that we can deliver new, high-quality products to customers with consistently high quality and improved lead-times.“

About Anue Water Technologies
Founded in 2006, Anue Water Technologies Inc. is headquartered in Oceanside, California. The company manufactures high efficiency, patented systems to insure optimal gas to liquid transfer for its Enviroprep (EP FOG), FORSe 5 oxygen and ozone generation systems for the municipal and industrial wastewater markets. For more information, contact Anue Water Technologies, Inc. at [email protected] or (760) 727-2683 or visit

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