Dive N Dog wins energy unit manufacturing contract

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Dive N Dog was selected to manufacture turbine housing units for Natel Energy Inc.

These units are to be used in projects such as The Buckeye South Extension Canal Project in Arizona, which was undertaken by Natel and the Buckeye Water Conservation and Drainage District to create reliable, renewable electricity while protecting watershed ecosystems.

This partnership marks one of several non-marine industry projects that Dive N Dog has undertaken in the last year.

"The balance between marine and non-marine related projects has helped Dive N Dog to remain efficient and productive during tough economic times," company president Scott Rowles said in a statement. "When we were asked to be involved in this project, we were excited to have the opportunity to contribute to such a positive initiative"

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