SOURCE: Wataire International Inc.

March 04, 2008 14:53 ET

Wataire International's Exciting Technology Harvests Safe Drinking Water From Air at Eco-Friendly Langerado Music Festival in the South Florida Everglades March 6-9, 2008

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire - March 4, 2008) - Wataire International Inc. ("Wataire") (PINKSHEETS: WTAR) is pleased to announce that Langerado Music Festival artists, production staff and campers will be getting a taste of an exciting new "water from air" technology that could be the answer to the Southeast's looming clean drinking water crisis. The festival, which has been bringing exploding jam-based live music to South Florida for the past five years, takes on an added mission in its sixth year -- showcasing ways we can all help the environment. Wataire International's Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs), which convert humidity in the air into pure drinking water, are one of the latest eco-friendly innovations that will be on display in "Greenerado Eco-Village" at Langerado's new home on Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.

"Severe drought throughout Florida and the entire Southeastern United States has virtually depleted the area's safe drinking water supply," said Derek Tacon, President of Aquaduct International LLC, authorized distributors of Wataire's Atmospheric Water Generators. "Population increases, excessive real estate development and severe overuse force us to cultivate new, innovative solutions to generating pure drinking water." Using a patent pending technology that works on a principle similar to that of a dehumidifier, Wataire's AWG units convert humidity in the atmosphere into water. However, rather than being discarded the water is completely purified via an intricate series of filtration systems that eliminate virtually all airborne pollution and biological contaminants, then stored in a chilled recirculating vessel for human consumption. The resulting water product rivals the taste and cleanliness of any bottled water on the market today and even exceeds stringent World Health Organization drinking water standards. The company's environmentally-friendly, cost efficient WII-4010 five gallon per day home/office machines along with the CI-2500 AWG unit, capable of producing 660 gallons of water a day, will be on display throughout the festival's duration.

All Wataire AWG systems are designed to be energy-efficient and are equipped with the latest state-of-the-art electronics to ensure optimum performance. With units ranging in size from home/office units to commercial units capable of producing more than 1300 gallons of water in a single 24 hour period, the technology is attracting significant attention from the military, disaster relief operations, oil and mining operations, beverage bottling plants, tourist resorts, condominium developments and the boat/pleasure craft industry to name a few.

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