VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 19, 2013) - The Water Canadian Group has been issued thirty-year licenses to harvest up to 1.5 billion litres of premium glacial drinking water per annum.
All licensed water source collection points are accessible by year-round, protected deep water ocean access, in close proximity to the port of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The water will be collected at its source, just prior to entering the ocean. Water Canadian Group will utilize a unique, environmentally friendly extraction method requiring no permanent infrastructure at the point of diversion (zero footprint). The process was designed to leave no negative impact on the ecosystem, leaving it unharmed as it has stood for thousands of years.
An initial phase of approximately 1 million litres daily is planned to eventually expand via Water Canadian's licenses, netting up to 4.1 million liters of premium drinking water daily. Fully utilized, this is 1.5 billion liters per annum, providing the Water Canadian Group with the largest volume of drinking water licensed to a single entity in Canada.
Water Canadian's unique sources feature direct access to some of the highest quality premium drinking water worldwide. The initial target markets are Asia, California and Mexico.
Mexico's annual bottled water market is 24 billion liters per year with a compounded annual growth rate of 8.3%. Between 2000 and 2009 the Chinese drinking water industry increased at a compound annual growth rate of more than 19.8%. Forecasts show that China's sales of drinking water will exceed 30 billion liters in 2013. Global fresh water demand continues to grow at 6-8% annually, and only 2.5% of the world's water is fresh.
Fresh water is the world's most precious resource. There is no doubt that supply and demand imbalances will create enormous economic risks, and unprecedented business opportunities, throughout the 21st century. For these reasons, and many more, we encourage you to read The Water Canadian Group executive summary located at WaterCanadian.com, and contact Dan Stuart to learn more about the opportunity.
WATER CANADIAN GROUP
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