EriCast: Young WI company cleans water with a pen

In the newest episode of the EriCast, we check out an emerging Wisconsin company called Roving Blue. They use ozone to purify water; that's nothing new. What IS new is that the technology is now more portable. From a pod to a pen, you can make clean, safe drinking water out of any freshwater source, whether it's tap water in Mexico or out of a stream while camping up North. Their larger units can serve military units and small villages, potentially saving many lives and bringing fresh, safe drinking water to places all over the world in desperate need.

During my conversation with Roving Blue CEO/Co-founder Marianna "Yana" DeMyer, we also explore how ozonated water can also replace industrial chemical cleaners, get the smell out of clothes and off wet dogs, serve as an effective dental rinse, ensure your fruits and vegetables are free of pesticides and pathogens, and even clean tap lines at your local watering hole.

The Podcast is available here, it's about 40 minutes long. I trust you'll find it an interesting discussion!

Find out more about the company and their products at

Eric Paulsen

Eric Paulsen

I wanted to be in radio since I was four - and four decades later I still haven't grown out of it... Read more


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