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Phigenics Wins Smart Water Management Contracts With George Mason University and Virginia Commonwealth University

June 27, 2012

NAPERVILLE, Ill., June 27, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Phigenics LLC, the water services company who is revolutionizing water management with smart analytics software and advanced biological hazard analyses, has won water management contracts with Virginia Commonwealth University and George Mason University. Phigenics partnered with InteGroServ, LLC, a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) to win the George Mason University contract.

Phigenics will provide comprehensive water management services for both universities focused on ensuring utility water systems are operating at optimal efficiency and safety. Services will include expert consulting, smart analytics software and biological hazard analyses.

“We are entering a high growth phase of our business,” says Mike Doyle, P.E., LEED AP and Vice President of Operations for Phigenics. “New standards in water safety are creating demand for advanced services that can reduce operational and capital expenditures while ensuring water systems are safe. We are excited to be working with George Mason University and Virginia Commonwealth University to help them achieve new levels of performance with their facilities.”

About Phigenics

Phigenics provides a new class of water management services for commercial and institutional facilities based on cloud analytics software and real-time intelligent systems. Our Smart Water Management services enable facility owners and managers, infection prevention and environmental health and safety personnel, industrial hygienists and epidemiologists to gain a new level of diagnostic intelligence about their potable and utility water systems. Phigenics provides expert services in HACCP planning, secondary disinfection, utility water optimization, and patented Legionella testing services that are certified as proficient by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) ELITE program. Phigenics does not sell water treatment equipment or chemicals and is not biased toward any particular water treatment technology or supplier. Clients include a diverse mix of industry and government leaders in healthcare, higher education, hospitality, military and manufacturing facilities, and Value Added Resellers (VARs) within the water management industry. www.phigenics.com.

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