Aqua Society to submit bid to Alstom Marine

VG Tech Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary, Aqua Society GmbH, has received a request from Alstom Marine to submit a bid to supply and install an advanced wastewater treatment facility onboard a 2,900 passenger cruise ship. The company expects to submit its bid to Alstom Marine within a month of this announcement...

FRIEDBERG, Germany, Nov. 29, 2004 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- VG Tech Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary, Aqua Society GmbH, has received a request from Alstom Marine to submit a bid to supply and install an advanced wastewater treatment facility onboard a 2,900 passenger cruise ship. The company expects to submit its bid to Alstom Marine within a month of this announcement.

Alstom Marine is a division of the French conglomerate Alstom. Alstom Marine builds high added value ships such as cruise ships, high speed ferries, liquefied natural gas tankers, yachts and other specialized ships. Alstom Marine was responsible for the construction of the Queen Mary 2, the largest ocean liner in the world.

Aqua Society (www.aqua-society.com) is a German company with limited liability that designs and develops technologies for application in the areas of refrigeration, water purification and waste water treatment. Currently it has developed a working prototype of an apparatus for extracting potable water from the atmosphere and is in the process of developing technologies for optimizing the energy consumption of refrigerating units and refrigerated shipping containers. In addition, Aqua Society has considerable experience and expertise in utilizing membrane and vacuum technologies to design, construct and maintain water purification, water recycling and waste water treatment systems.

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