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DVS BioLife Ltd

154/A5, SVCIE, IDA, Bollaram, Medak Dt., Telangana
Hyderabad 502 325
India

Phone: +91 98854 46278
Fax: +91 8458 279904
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Description:

DVS BioLife Ltd is a research based Bio Technology company based in Hyderabad, India. Our In-house R & D Centre is recognised by Govt of India, Dept of Scientific & Industrial Research.

DVS BioLife Ltd  is engaged in manufacture of Probiotics and Enzymes for animal care, poultry feeds, animal feeds, Aqua feeds, Shrimp / prawn / fish feeds, pets and human health.

DVS BioLife Ltd  is a basic supplier of microbial cultures of various kinds in Lyophilized and non Lyophilized forms.

We also supply individual Microbes for Effluent Treatment and other environmental products for Solid waste Management, Waste Water Management Oil Spill Management, Biodegradation of Pesticides, Antibiotics, Heavy Metals, Radioactive Materials etc.

We provide solutions for polution control in the areas like Auto Emission etc.

We solicit representation in Europe, Asia, Australia, Americas and Africa.



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Last update of this entry: May 12, 2015

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