|By Marketwired .||
|August 14, 2013 08:00 AM EDT|
PLAINVIEW, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 08/14/13 -- PureSafe Water Systems (OTCQB: PSWS), manufacturer of the patented "FIRST RESPONSE UNIT," a high volume mobile water purification system, today announced that they received authorization from a large industrial client in Mexico to proceed with the paid final engineering and testing evaluation of the PureSafe technology as it applies to the filtration and purification of contaminated industrial wastewater. Confirmation of the process variables and potential modification to the standard PureSafe mobile unit is expected to lead to a contract between 1-4 new units. Preliminary efforts have been quite favorable. The evaluation is estimated to take approximately thirty (30) days.
The patented PureSafe mobile and self-powered unit was developed to provide clean drinking water availability from contaminated public water systems, rivers, to desalinate ocean water, and other surface fresh water sources. PureSafe has also found application niches in numerous industrial applications in wastewater treatment.
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