DANA POINT, CA – October 9, 2013 - Pacific Clean Water Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: PCWT) and its subsidiary Western Water Consultants Inc. (WWC) are testing new applications regarding waste water to enhance total water savings.
After successfully working with one of the largest carrot processing facilities for 3 years, PCWT through its subsidiary WWC is testing new applications regarding waste water to enhance total water savings.
To date, WWC has been successful in helping separate dirt and bacteria from the facilities washout water for reuse. WWC initiated its first program with treating approximately 5 million gallons of process water per day using our potable water approved products, WW-1601 and WW-1100. As a result of this product application, the plant has seen water savings of approximately 50 million gallons of water annually.
"The initiation of this program not only resulted in significant water savings but also substantially lowered the amount of chlorine required for bacterial control. As a result of our past successes, we've begun to explore new methods that may help with future water savings and ways to better handle waste water," stated Craig McMillan, CEO.
About Pacific Clean Water Technologies:
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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