EcoloBlue is a New source of Water and a New Green Industry

"EcoloBlue generators are something that are useful in helping to provide clean drinking water in places where it is not only a luxury but a necessity."-IREO Secretary -General , Robson Mello. Federal, State, City and County governments can enhance their drinking water supply with EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG). The greenest mayors in the USA could add EcoloBlue to their water supply plannning.

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200 liter AWG

Miami, FL (PRWEB) July 20, 2009

EcoloBlue (http://www.ecoloblue.com/) challenges the Obama Administration,Congress, FEMA and the Clean Cities Program to solve water issues due to drought, flood, disaster, agricultural home and industry needs with EcoloBlue.

Atmospheric Water Generators(AWG) provide unlimited pure water from the humidity in the air.

They produce up to 5000 liters of water per day. Multi-stage filtration includes carbon filtration and reverse osmosis. Wind turbines and solar energy can power these machines. Biodegradable plastics are part of this green technology.

Safe drinking water is a fundamental issue. The separation of drinking water and sewage becomes more difficult with aging and crumbling infrastructures. EcoloBlue (AWG)'s do not deplete the sea or produce unusable stockpiles of salt. Environmental pollution is controlled by the low energy consumption with this method of water production.

Water independence is easy and economical with EcoloBlue. Water softeners,water treatments,water filters , well water worries and bottled water are no longer a concern.

Drinking water , cooking water, emergency water are all available from the same source.

EcoloBlue is seeking to solve drinking water issues in your community.

Green builders needing water sourcing alternatives may find solutions with EcoloBlue.

In many communities (including Sunnyvale, CA, Lansing , MI, Seffner, Fl and Seattle,WA) people are interested in this new source of water.

It looks like the future is here.

More info-

Traci Mondella
Director of Marketing
202-255-8483

Joan Joffa
Media Inquiries
813-831-646

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