WaterPure International is attracting major media attention as they market their primary line of products, the Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG). The AWG was featured on the FOX News channel in Orlando in a program which aired Monday, May 19 on the 10 P.M. news. The piece featured the news channel’s visit to the WaterPure’s headquarters, where it showed the possible uses of the AWG in water-deprived areas, homes, and offices.
Currently, the company’s Atmospheric Water Generators include several models that can be easily installed, requiring no plumbing, water lines, or pipes and producing water from the moisture present in the air. Using a minimal amount of energy, the AWG extracts moisture from the atmosphere through a condensation process and transforms it, creating pure, healthy drinking water.
Paul Lipschutz, Chairman of WaterPure International noted, “We appear to be more popular since the reports that fresh water supplies have been dramatically reduced in many areas with water shortages predicted within five years. In seeking a solution to the world’s water problems, which also include the expensive and repetitious buying and delivery of water in plastic bottles, our AWGs are beginning to attract major media attention. Since a single AWG unit will generate enough pure clean drinking water for one person for 11 cents a gallon, the public is encouraged to use them as much as possible to help alleviate the problem,”
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