HaloSource Sponsors WWIF Golf TournamentDeerfield Beach, FL – February 1, 2015 – For the second year in a row, HaloSource Inc. is sponsoring the WWIF Annual Golf Tournament. The event will be April 21st at the Revere Golf Club in Henderson, Nevada, coinciding with this year’s WQA Aquatech show in Las Vegas.

Based in Bothell, Washington, HaloSource is a publicly-traded company that specializes in clean technologies which disinfect and purify the water we use. Emphasizing the importance of this crucial resource, HaloSource has developed a highly-regarded portfolio of brands that not only improve the quality of water before it’s used, but also before it’s discharged back into the environment.

“This is a partnership we are proud of as the Foundation’s mission aligns with our Corporate Social Responsibility goals.  The Foundation is reaching out to those who desperately need access to clean, safe drinking water and that is something we want to do more of,” said HaloSource CEO Martin Coles.  Coles and CFO James Thompson first learned about the Foundation in 2013 when they visited H2O International.  The two companies were working together to establish a relationship with a Fortune 500 company in Boca Raton.

The HaloSource team is comprised of the most preeminent chemists, biochemists and microbiologists in the world. Working in partnership with well-known manufacturers of the industry, HaloSource has established itself as a global authority in water solutions. Its HaloPure technology is used in a variety of drinking-water applications to effectively eliminate the bacteria and viruses in water that cause illness. HaloKlear is another one of its technologies which enables companies to responsibly discharge used water back into the environment. SeaKlear is another HaloSource brand which effectively cleans pool water.

“From the moment we met, I just knew we would hit it off.  HaloSource has been a big supporter of the Foundation since we met in 2013 and has become a Platinum Sponsor ever since.  We are very grateful for their support and look forward to working with them to impact as many people as we can this year,” added Guillermo Guzman, WWIF Founder.

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  • 1.6 million children die each year from waterborne diseases.
  • The Millennium Development Goal on child survival (MDG 4) will remain beyond our reach until diarrheal disease, poor sanitation and unsafe drinking water issues are addressed.
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