Sylvan Source receives Frost & Sullivan Award

April 19, 2007
Sylvan Source, the provider of breakthrough ultra-clean water systems, today announced that the Sylvan Source M-600 has been chosen as the recipient of the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation Award in the North American residential drinking water treatment systems market. The award makes Sylvan Source one of a select group of companies that is chosen for demonstrating excellence in products and technologies within their industries...

• Respected global growth consultants validate company's strategy and breakthrough ultra-clean water technology

SUNNYVALE, CA, April 18, 2007 -- Sylvan Source, the provider of breakthrough ultra-clean water systems, today announced that the Sylvan Source M-600 has been chosen as the recipient of the 2007 Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation Award in the North American residential drinking water treatment systems market. The award makes Sylvan Source one of a select group of companies that is chosen for demonstrating excellence in products and technologies within their industries.

"The Frost & Sullivan Product Innovation Award is especially meaningful to Sylvan Source because it validates our strategy of delivering breakthrough technology and achieving independent certification of our product safety and efficacy," said Laura Demmons, chief executive officer for Sylvan Source. "We are the first home water treatment system to take this approach and we are thrilled to be recognized by Frost & Sullivan."

Frost & Sullivan chose the Sylvan Source M-600 Ultra-Clean Water System for its original design features and water treatment efficiency. The M-600 integrates degassing, distillation, and demisting technologies into a unique multi-step cleaning process to reduce contaminants more effectively than other commercial technologies or products. The Sylvan Source technology improves water treatment efficiency, delivering almost 70 percent clean water for every gallon treated, compared to five to 15 percent clean water for every gallon treated using reverse osmosis. According to Frost & Sullivan, the Sylvan Source M-600 Ultra-Clean Water System satisfies stringent water certification requirements while being maintenance-free. It does not require pre-filtration for handling a variety of feed water quality and it is able to vaporize volatile gases and liquids to prevent contamination from carrying over into the ultra-clean water. Sylvan Source is committed to delivering an innovative solution to the growing problem of assuring ultra-clean water for cooking and drinking in the home.

"Sylvan Source has introduced a unique and innovative technology that significantly advances our industry," said Renee Chu, industry analyst, of Frost & Sullivan. "The company's vision and market understanding has resulted in a solution with significant advantages over its competitors, and an innovative approach to distribution has created strategic partnerships with homebuilders nationwide. Sylvan Source displays a strong commitment to its market and mission."

Unlike conventional filtration, reverse osmosis, and distillation systems that require regular equipment cleaning, de-scaling, or filter changes - which most homeowners find costly and inconvenient - the Sylvan Source M-600 system requires no cleaning, and uses no added chemicals, filters, cartridges, or membranes. This allows Sylvan Source to deliver consistently clean water over time. The M-600 is also the first ultra-clean water treatment system to meet rigorous NSF Standard 62 certification requirements. It also exceeded Standard 62 perchlorate reduction targets, removing perchlorates by more than 99 percent.

For more information on Frost & Sullivan's Best Practices Awards, go to www.awards.frost.com.

Sylvan Source delivers technically advanced ultra-clean water systems designed for residential and industrial use.

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