Dynamic Applications Corp. Announces Installation of Sensoil’s VMS System Near Tel Aviv to Prevent and/or Warn of Groundwater Contamination
NEW YORK, July 1, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –
Dynamic Applications Corp. (OTCBB: DYAP), a United States distributor of Sensoil Ltd’s
advanced underground environmental control systems, announced today that a primary Sensoil
product offering, the VMS System, a warning system to immediately alert industrial and
governmental customers to the presence of ground contaminants, has been installed by
Sensoil to prevent groundwater contamination under a landfill in Hod Hasaron, a township
near Tel Aviv, Israel.
Sensoil’s patented Vadose Monitoring System (VMS) has been installed to provide
instantaneous and continuous online monitoring of soil contamination levels between the
landfill and freshwater aquifer that provides water for drinking and irrigation to the
township’s nearby residents.
The VMS System continuously and in real-time tracks leaching from the landfill,
providing instant alerts of contamination via SMS to the township’s landfill operators as
well as to Sensoil experts, enabling virtually instantaneous corrective measures to
prevent contamination from reaching one of Israel’s critical underground water sources.
The project has been launched in cooperation with Ludan Ltd., a public Israeli
engineering conglomerate that trades on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
Dr. Oded Sagee, one of Sensoil’s founders and Dynamic Application’s Marketing
Director, stated that “the VMS System has been successfully installed to alert of rising
soil contamination levels at the very earliest of stages. Early detection of contamination
is critically important to the protection of Israel’s underground freshwater, which is in
short supply and is essential in sustaining communities both for human consumption and
Dr. Sagee further stated that “Sensoil’s patented Vadose Monitor System has numerous
applications utilized to prevent widespread environmental damage and provide real-time
data of changes in ground contaminant conditions. As a result, VMS can prevent
environmental disasters and save industrial and governmental customers millions of dollars
in potential losses. We are confident that Dynamic Application’s potential customers in
the U.S. market will recognize VMS System’s ability to provide critical, real-time data on
soil contamination levels between potential pollution sources and groundwater sources.”
“This is especially critical in the U.S. market where there is widespread public
discussion and debate on the use of hydraulic fracturing, commonly known as ‘fracking’,
the process of drilling and injecting fluid into the ground at high pressure in order to
fracture shale rocks to release natural gas. While natural gas is a critical element of
U.S. energy planning because of the huge natural gas reserves found in shale rocks in the
United States, there is significant public concern on the potential contamination to
ground water from hydraulic fracturing,” Dr. Sagee added.
For more information on Dynamic Applications, please visit http://dyapcorp.com.
For more information on the Sensoil VMS, please visit http://sensoils.com.
This letter contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of
the Securities Act of 1933, as amended and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of
1934, as amended. All forward-looking statements are inherently uncertain. In evaluating
such statements, prospective investors should review carefully various risks and
uncertainties identified in this release, as actual results may differ materially from
those indicated. Dynamic Applications Corp. public filings may be viewed at
Contact: Dr. Oded Sagee firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: +1-888-2417765
SOURCE Dynamic Applications Corp.