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STUART, Fla., Feb. 26, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Ecosphere Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:ESPH), a water engineering, technology licensing and innovative U.S. manufacturing company, today launched a new corporate website,
www.ecospheretech.com , which reflects the Company's focus on expanding the of use of its revolutionary Ozonix® technology into new industrial markets in which wastewater treatment is of critical importance.
The website, developed by Battle Media Lab, provides an overview of the critical water issues in each key market and highlights Ozonix's ability to address and solve industry-specific water challenges. Ecosphere is poised to execute on its open innovation intellectual property licensing model through expansion into key markets, including mining, municipal, and other energy-related applications, such as offshore oil and gas exploration, coal-fired power plants, and nuclear power generation.
ecospheretech.com website has been built with the latest technologies such as parallax effects, sliders and html 5 video for a more engaging interactive user experience," stated Corey McGuire, Ecosphere's Director of Marketing. "The goal of the redesign was to drive new traffic, simplify conversion paths, enhance the user experience, and improve retention and engagement. The end result is a very clean, open and eye-catching interface that is easy to navigate and enables site visitors to learn more about the company, our innovative solutions and how they can be applied to specific industries."
"The launch of our new website aligns with our strategy of entering into new industrial markets and solving the most pressing water challenges in each, just as we have done in the oil and gas industry," stated John Brewster, Chairman and CEO of Ecosphere. "Each market is unique and our patented Ozonix technology is designed to not only solve those challenges, but also improve our customers' operations by continuing to reduce costs and environmental risks."