In the News: EPA grant to help Champaign firm
EP Purification, a company specializing in developing and commercializing ozone generators for purifying water, received almost $400,000 from the EPA for their research. The company was co-founded by CSL professor J. Gary Eden. Read the story below by The News-Gazette.
CHAMPAIGN — A Champaign company plans to use nearly $400,000 from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help develop and commercialize ozone generators for purifying water.
EP Purification, cofounded by UI professors J. Gary Eden and Sung-Jin Park, was among nine businesses across the nation singled out Wednesday by EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy for their work in bringing green technologies to the marketplace.