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Bluewater Supply in Morehead City, North Carolina, is now a distributor of Blue Guard Innovations products, including a patented range of solid-state smart switches, sensors, monitoring systems and control panels that prevent the accidental discharge overboard of oil or fuel spilled in the bilge and engine compartments. 

For more information on BGI products, visit bluebgi.com. To contact Bluewater Supply in Morehead City, call +1 252-638-3553.

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