PLAINVIEW, NY, September 17, 2013 – PureSafe Water Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: PSWS) announces that its presence at the National Emergency Management Association (NEMA) Semi-Annual Leadership Forum and Exhibition recently held in Anchorage, Alaska was a huge success by raising both the company's visibility, as well as its unique emergency water system to this high level group of emergency management professionals, representing every state in the United States. PureSafe was able to capitalize on promoting the fact that the hosting State of Alaska has purchased a unit from PureSafe, and that it was available for inspection during the Forum.This effort provides a major foundation for PureSafe's intensive effort in this marketplace.
The "FIRST RESPONSE UNIT" Emergency Water System is capable of producing up to 30,000 gallons of EPA quality drinking water per day, providing three (3) different methods of water dispensing, from bulk storage to container filling with our special ozonized water disinfection station, to producing up to 1,800 half-liter sealed bags per hour for individual distribution.
Leslie Kessler, CEO, states, "This is a further step for PureSafe in its mission to provide clean water to the world."
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PureSafe™ Water Systems, Inc.
Leslie J. Kessler
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