Hollywood, Florida (PRWEB) May 3, 2010
Island Sky Corporation announced today the successful placement of dozens of its Skywater® atmospheric water generators throughout Haiti.
Skywater® produces fresh drinking water from humid air, making it readily available in remote areas without access to public water sources. This portable water production system is helping to improve the health and living standards of people throughout the world, and is providing vital aid to victims of natural disasters.
The Skywater® machines were distributed within weeks of the Haitian earthquake, thanks largely to Haitian based non profit organization One Village Planet (http://www.onevillageplanet.org) and to the South Florida Audubon Society (http://www.southfloridaaudubon.org), which contributed crucial logistical support.
“You can’t imagine how important water is until you don’t have any”, said Dan Warren, founder of One Village Planet. “We are so pleased to see the Skywater® machines now being used at the Yolandee and Cap Orphanages, the LIMBE police station, Fort Liberte rescue worker lodging and the Milot Hospital, as well as several other significant locations.”
Island Sky’s unique patented “air to water” machines draw humidity from the air and convert it to drinkable water. The Skywater® 14, for home and office use, produces up to 22 litres of water per day in humid conditions at low energy costs, while the larger Skywater® 300 is capable of producing up to 1100 litres of water per day.
For further information contact: Michael Paragon