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The Blue-Zone Story

Blue-Zone Technologies Ltd. was founded in 1999. Since the launch of this website, Blue-Zone has attempted to keep you informed of our evoloving story. Interested persons are asked to regularly check the "News and Events" and "News Releases" sections.

Over the years, mainstream media has also frequently covered Blue-Zone. Three of the top features:

  • CBC TV News "The National", see especially from 1:33 of the video [link].
  • Globe & Mail national newspaper, "A remedy for the operating room" [link].
  • Globe & Mail national newspaper, "A greener way to get anesthetized" [link].


Kevin Dalgliesh, RRT, RRCP "Change out of Deltasorb® canisters is safe, fast, easy and trouble-free. Blue-Zone service is reliable, timely and friendly." ...
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Blue-Zone Story

Deltasorb® Anesthetic Collection Service Launches New Website

Blue-Zone Technologies is pleased to announce the launch of its new Deltasorb® Anesthetic Collection Service website. The website is a resource...


5) Is it dangerous to carry or transport the canister in a hallway when people are around?

No. The canister is simply a filter containing no hazardous or dangerous materials. However, it does weigh approximately 5 lbs and should always be tr...

Contact Info

14-84 Citation Drive Concord (Toronto), ON Canada L4K 3C1
Tel: (905) 761-1224 Fax: (905) 761-3371

Articles of Interest

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    Blue-Zone Receives Drug Approval From Health Canada for Its Branded Generic Desflurane, USP.

    Blue-Zone prepares for local production and commercial launch of Desflurane, safeguarding access to this critical drug for all Canadians and providing significant cost savings to hospitals. ...

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    The Anesthetic Gasses Hurting the Environment From Operating Rooms

    Blue-Zone is featured on CBC television program "The National"....

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    Green Solutions - A Greener Way to Get Anesthetized

    Blue-Zone is featured in the Globe and Mail....