WaterChef receives order for purification system at Nicaragua resort

The PureSafe Water Station has been selected to provide its PureSafe Water Station as the drinking water source for the Masapa Beach Resort in Nicaragua, the company reported today.

GLEN HEAD, N.Y., Jan. 2, 2001 (PRNewswire) — The PureSafe Water Station has been selected to provide its PureSafe Water Station as the drinking water source for the Masapa Beach Resort in Nicaragua, the company reported today.

WaterChef engineering personnel will assist in water and site analysis to determine optimum system configuration by end of January. The system — including the first year's supply of replacement parts, spares and filter cartridges — is expected to be ready for delivery ten weeks thereafter.

The PureSafe Water Station is the company's patented water purification system for emerging economies. Capable of providing 5,000 to 10,000 gallons of U.S. EPA grade drinking water daily, from any water source, for as little as 1.5 cents per gallon, the system comes complete with its own self-contained generator for backup power, a custom housing, water dispensers and bottle washers.

WaterChef, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: WTER) manufactures a patented water purification system (PureSafe Water Station) designed for emerging economies throughout the world. WaterChef also manufactures water coolers with factories in Havre, Montana and Tianjin, Peoples Republic of China and sells water filtration products for the households and offices. WaterChef's headquarters are located in Glen Head, New York.

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