Irvine, CA, September 23, 2013 – Pacific Clean Water Technologies Inc., (OTCQB: PCWT) through its subsidiary Western Water Consultants Inc. (WWC) is working on improving processed water that will remove organic contaminants and increase the reusability.
WWC began working with longstanding client E & J Gallo Winery (Fresno facility) in 2005 on various projects relating to water conservation and capital equipment preservation. The first stage was to feed two specialty chemicals into the process waters. By using our products CWT-504 and CWT-509 on cooling condensers and process towers, the plant has saved roughly 7-8 million gallons of fresh water every quarter the plant is operating. The treatment programs have proven to be a success by saving substantial amounts of water and preserving capital equipment through controlling corrosion, scale, and microbiological fouling.
WWC is now working on a new project to improve existing water quality to meet the demands required by higher-pressure boilers. To generate electricity from turbines, high-pressure steam is required; and, to produce high quality steam a higher quality of makeup water is required. WWC is looking to help avoid future equipment failures by improving existing water quality to meet the higher standard that is needed.
About E & J Gallo Winery:
E & J Gallo is a winery and distributor headquartered in Modesto, California. Originally founded in 1933 by brothers Ernest and Julio Gallo, E & J has grown to be the world’s largest family-owned and largest exporter of California wine.
E & J Gallo an ISO 14001 certified company helped develop and implement the Code of Sustainable Wine Growing Practices, in collaboration with the Wine Institute and the California Association of Winegrape Growers. The Code promotes sustainable practices which are environmentally sound, economically feasible and socially equitable. It covers virtually every aspect of the wine business including viticulture and grape growing, wine making, purchasing, and building and maintain productive relationships with neighbors and local communities.
About Pacific Clean Water Technologies, Inc.:
In an effort to combat the growing concerns over the world’s fresh water supply, PCWT was formed to take part in what many see as a powerful emerging green trend, Global Water Investing. PCWT will primarily target businesses within the Agriculture and Industrial sectors, whose combined use of fresh water is estimated at 92% annually.
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Marcus Martinez, Investor Relations
Pacific Clean Water Technologies
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