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BioLargo awarded three contracts to provide air quality engineering services to US Air Force

Proactive Investors Friday, 2 August 2019
BioLargo Inc (OTCQB:BLGO) CEO Dennis Calvert tells Proactive Investors the the Westminster, California-based company's engineering subsidiary has been awarded a subcontract to provide air quality environmental engineering services to seven US Air Force bases in Texas, Arizona, Kansas, and Illinois. Calvert says its a 'significant validation' to be selected because of the company's expertise, which translate to more customers, and revenue.
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