SOURCE: Homeland Security Network, Inc.

October 04, 2007 09:30 ET

Homeland Security Network, Inc. Reports on ClearBlue Presentation to United Nations Delegates

RICHARDSON, TX--(Marketwire - October 4, 2007) - On September 26, 2007, Homeland Security Network, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HSYN) ("HSNi") sponsored a luncheon, co-hosted by the Permanent Mission of El Salvador to the United Nations and our partner the Global Center UN, for various Central and South American dignitaries at the United Nations in New York City. The attendees included Presidents of four countries, Ambassadors to five countries and high level representatives from many additional countries.

United Nations Delegates were introduced to the many product applications of ClearBlue and shown how the product can address many very serious problems that would meet the United Nations initiatives. The lack of non-contaminated water is a global concern; ClearBlue water treatment is easy to implement, does not require sophisticated machinery, is cost effective and it has been proven safe for our environment. Additionally, independent laboratory tests have proven ClearBlue to be highly effective in the control of mosquito populations. Many countries are facing epidemic conditions caused by mosquito spread disease such as dengue fever and malaria; our product can help provide global relief to this, and many other problems.

Peter Ubaldi, CEO of HSNi, stated, "Our reception could not have been better. ClearBlue was well received and the member countries were introduced to a product that can literally change the face of third world developing nations." Blaise Zampetti, Senior Vice President for HSNi, participated in the United Nations presentation and remarked, "Water contamination is a worldwide problem and clean, safe water is in great demand. We are confident that ClearBlue can offer a solution to this very serious issue. We now will follow our successful presentation with additional steps to inform all of the region's government environmental ministers that the solution for safe drinking water they have been seeking is now available."

HSNi anticipates that volume sales of Clear Blue will be announced in the near future.

About ClearBlue Market Potential

The need for safe, clean water for drinking and other purposes has become a critical world problem. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 100 million people in the Caribbean and Latin American countries do not have basic access to clean water. With an estimated need of 6 gallons of basic access water, per person per day, the basic water needs for this region alone amounts to a staggering 600 million gallons per day. Approximately 3.6 million gallons of ClearBlue per year would be needed to meet the demand for drinkable water in the Caribbean and Latin American region. Plus additional amounts will be required for treatment of waste water, irrigation and elimination of bacteria (E-coli and salmonella) on fruit and vegetables. It should also be noted that similar needs for clean water exist throughout the world. The World Health Organization estimates that 25% of the world's population is without basic access to clean water.

Other applications of ClearBlue have similar huge market potential. For example, Clearblue can be used for mosquito control. Diseases carried by the mosquito are a global concern and has reached epidemic levels in many countries.

Competition to ClearBlue is limited. ClearBlue has the same short time efficacy of chlorine but lasts 100 times longer and has no negative impact on the environment. Likewise, ClearBlue is materially cheaper to use than other purification agents. ClearBlue's low price per gallon makes it an extremely cost-effective, superior water treatment agent.

Patented ClearBlue has received approval from the United States' Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for use as an algaecide, bactericide, fungicide, and herbicide which destroys most forms of harmful bacteria, virus, fungus, algae and spores. ClearBlue controls pathogens, including Esherichia coli, vibrio cholera, Legionella pneumophila, Streptococcus feecalis, Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes, Shigella sonnei, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus, and other organisms. It is approved for use in treating reclaimed/recycled water, fruits, vegetables, nuts, and field crops.

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