The Company gets a feature by leading publisher, Small Caps Daily
Small Caps Daily.” data-reactid=”20″>New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – August 18, 2020) – LIFEQUEST WORLD CORP. (OTC Pink: LQWC) (LifeQuest or the “Company”), a leader in the wastewater technology industry which has developed both effluent treatment (ETP) and sewage treatment (STP) solutions, was recently the subject of a feature article on leading financial news website, Small Caps Daily.
The article does a deep dive into LifeQuest World Corp., the Company’s global footprint and strategic acquisitions, most notably the acquisition of the intellectual property of Biopipe, a disruptive and highly scalable on-site sewage wastewater treatment technology that caters to a large market ranging from large industrial facilities, resorts, hotels, corporate towers, to individual homes. The Company looks to disrupt the septic tanks market by providing on-site recycling of wastewater that is free from sludge. Over the last twelve months, the Company has added capability to treat industrial wastewater as well. Formed through a reverse merger transaction by Amagon ApS, LifeQuest is based in Ridgefield Park, New Jersey with partners spread across India, Bangladesh, Philippines, South Africa and other countries.
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About Lifequest & Biopipe
Lifequest offers both effluent treatment (ETP) and sewage treatment (STP) solutions. Biopipe, a wholly owned subsidiary, has developed a patented 100% sludge-free, chemical-free, odor-free, silent, easy to assemble and install, scalable, low cost, ecological, and virtually maintenance-free onsite sewage wastewater treatment system. It treats both grey and black water. The treated water exceeds EU and all local standards for discharge and can be reused for irrigation, flushing, and cleaning.
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