Hyderabad , 5 Feb : WaterMaker (India) Pvt Limited, the Licensee of Air Water Corporation, USA, today announced February 17th 2009 as the official launch date for the Air Water / WaterMaker Water Station at Jalimudi village, East Godavai dist., Andhra Pradesh, India. The Water Station will be inaugurated in the presence of the Hon. Sri Chitturi Ravindra, MLA, Burugupudi and senior government officials.
Jalimudi will be the world’s first village to have a sustained supply of safe, clean drinking water derived from the humidity in the air, thanks to modern day technology.
The patented technology uses refrigeration techniques to condense water from the air. The equipment has UN classification under UN Code 181100. The air to water machines complete nature’s distillation process by capturing water vapor before it touches the earth. They provide a localized source of pure drinking water and do not require an external water source, pipes or catch basins. All they require is electricity or alternate power sources to condense, collect, filter and dispense crystal clear potable water. The system comprises the water plant, filtration panel, holding tank and dispenser.
Michael Zwebner, President of Air Water Corp stated: "We are making history. This project is now real and the local inhabitants of Jalimudi have immediate and constant access to clean, clear and pure water 24/7.”
This Atmospheric Water Station will be the first of many as the word gets out and around of the amazing technology and its factual application to real use. The unique water making machines will now sustain the lives of the locals, and provide a real solution for the water needs of the local inhabitants.
“Interest is high, and requests for information about the project and how it can be duplicated or adapted in other areas of the world, are coming to us on an ever increasing basis." says Meher