Water Treatment Systems Company Makes Potable Water Systems Available For Haiti Disaster Relief

The recent earthquake disaster has created a water shortage crisis in Haiti. Truck loads of bottled water are being distributed but there is not enough to serve the population. Water Treatment Systems, Inc, a manufacturer of sea water desalination systems has diverted two large "watermakers" from delivery to a client to make them available for immediate delivery to Haiti.

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Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) January 24, 2010

Water Treatment Systems, Inc. has made available two reverse osmosis desalinators for Haiti earthquake disaster relief. The equipment was recently completed and were to be shipped to Bermuda. WTS and their client have agreed that the systems would be more valuable if used to make potable water for Haitians in crisis. The reverse osmosis desalinators can produce 60,000 gallons per day each. The watermakers can be located almost anywhere there is sea water and electrical power. They can be set up and operating in a very short time.

"We are pleased that our client has agreed to allow us to make these systems available for shipment to Haiti," said Jeff Dunn, President of Water Treatment Systems. “It takes three months to manufacture them and the client will wait for a new set to be produced. The most important need we have now is a person or agency to purchase the systems and ship them to Haiti.” Contact Jeff Dunn for more information.

http://www.watertreatmentsystems.us

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Two reverse osmosis desalinators ready for delivery to Haiti

Two 55,000 GPS Sea Water Desalination Systems