|By Marketwired .||
|April 29, 2014 10:03 AM EDT||
BOSTON, MA and SANTA BARBARA, CA--(Marketwired - April 29, 2014) - Boston based Aquavolve, LLC (the U.S. based distributor and service provider of Eole Water Making Systems) will hold The 2nd U.S. Water Creation Expo (and the first on the West Coast) at the business headquarters of Sol Wave Water & Solar on 636 Santa Barbara Street in Santa Barbara. The event begins at 12 Noon on Friday, May 16 will end at 12 Noon on Sunday, May 18 and includes demonstrations and taste-testings.
Aquavolve, LLC (the U.S. based distributor and service provider of Eole Water Making Systems) announced today it will hold the second U.S. Water Making Expo in Santa Barbara, California next month. The Expo will kick off on Friday, May 16th at 12 noon at the business headquarters of Sol Wave Water & Solar on 636 Santa Barbara Street. The Nerios.G3 residential sized Water Making System will be on hand making water from the humidity in the California air to demonstrate the Aquavolve solution to the water crisis.
Aquavolve seeks to provide long-term, sustainable solutions to the water crisis anywhere people are having challenges accessing clean, potable water for basic human existence. Water is abundant in the humidity all around us every day, and the Nerios.G3 Water Making System (WMS) is the technological advance that makes accessing this abundance possible. Aquavolve will sell or affordably finance the Eole Water Making Systems, install them, and provide local service to ensure that the critical resource of water is flowing for the 20 year life of the machine. The Eole WMS makes water that meets or exceeds all World Health Organization standards for clean water, and Aquavolve is dedicated to providing homes in need with access to the Nerios WMS as common as any other required appliance for secure living.
The Nerios.G3 will be on hand to demonstrate how this technology -- invented by Marc Parent, Founder and CEO of Eole Water -- creates up to 27 gallons of water per day from the Santa Barbara air. Sol Wave Solar will be providing power from the solar panel array on top of their building to demonstrate a 100% self-sufficient water making system possible for home or commercial use today. The commercial sized units make up to 527 gallons of water per day and can help provide large scale drinking water, irrigation, or redundant water supply solutions.
The event will start at 12:00 pm and will include the local music of Groove Shine (www.grooveshine.com). Presentations on the history and applications of the technology will be provided, and all are encouraged to taste test the water.
ABOUT SOL WAVE WATER & SOLAR - For over 20 years, Steve Nipper and Sol Wave Water & Solar have been helping the California residents from Los Alamos to Los Angeles with water and solar solutions of all kinds. Sol Wave is dedicated to providing their customers with the most efficient, eco-friendly water treatment and solar products available. The synergy of partnering to bring the Eole Water technology to the people of Greater Santa Barbara was apparent immediately.
For additional information about Sol Wave Water, Inc. or Sol Wave Solar, Inc. please contact: Steve Nipper (Owner) at www.solwavewater.com or (805) 845-5443
ABOUT AQUAVOLVE, LLC - Aquavolve, LLC was formed in 2012 with the mission to bring clean, potable water to all those who need it, and to build economies of water to ensure the long term elimination of the water crisis for the planet's inhabitants. For additional information about Aquavolve, LLC please contact: Dan Konstanty (Founder & CEO) at [email protected] or 617-852-8223 or see additional company information at www.aquavolve.com
ABOUT THE EVENT
Press and members of the media are invited to a press conference, demonstration, taste-testing and unveiling at 12:00pm NOON at Sol Wave Water & Solar in Santa Barbara, CA.
Presentations by Aquavolve's CEO Dan Konstanty and Sol Wave's Steve Nipper will be followed by a water taste testing, food, and more. Music will be provided by local band Groove Shine (www.grooveshine.com).
The public is also invited to attend this free exhibit. The Water Expo will be open from Friday, May 16 at Noon through Sunday, May 18 at noon.
To discuss press coverage and attendance for the May 16th event, interviews, or to receive additional materials including jpegs, please contact Laura Rossi Totten at [email protected].
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