"..birth of this technology will have an effect on all of mankind."... DR. James Kaiser
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) May 21, 2010
Water Enabled Technologies, LLC (WET), Salt Lake City, Utah and Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). This collaborative is designed to match the resources and capabilities of Water Enabled Technologies and Clemson University in a joint research effort to develop existing and future products in the field of water desalination.
Water Enabled Technologies has announced a new process for desalination. Until the discovery of this new desalination process, there were only two processes used world wide for desalinating salt water into fresh potable drinking water. This new game changing technology, Modular Desalination Unit (MDU), will mean affordable water for the masses. This totally new technology provides fresh water at a fraction of the cost of existing technologies, which means a fraction of the energy currently required, and will provide at a fraction of the current costs for the capital outlay required for infrastructure.
Dr. Jim Kaiser, Chief Scientist for WET, said, “This agreement with Clemson is historic for all concerned, for between our company and this internationally recognized University, we are giving birth to a technology that will have an effect on all of mankind.”
Dr. Tom Scott, Interim Dean of the College of Agriculture, Forestry & Life Sciences and Interim Associate Vice-President for Public Service & Agriculture will be the Research Program Director for Clemson University. Responsibility for Water Enabled Technologies relationship within Clemson University shall reside with Dr. John Kelly, VP Public Service & Agriculture and Economic Development and Dr. Tom Scott. Water Enabled Technologies appoints Mr. Mike Cary as Chief Marketing Officer facilitating the research activities with Clemson University.
The fresh water crisis is global and Water Enabled Technologies and Clemson University are prepared to lead the way in the battle to defeat this world water crisis.
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