S2C Global enters into water supply discussions regarding Mexico, California
SAN ANTONIO, TX, Aug. 21, 2009 -- S2C Global Systems Inc. has entered into discussions with government officials in Mexico City and the Municipal District of Southern California to supplement their fresh water supply...
• Southern USA and Mexico need more water
SAN ANTONIO, TX, Aug. 21, 2009 -- S2C Global Systems Inc., an exporter of natural bulk water and supplier of water distribution technologies, has entered into discussions with government officials in Mexico City and the Municipal District of Southern California to supplement their fresh water supply. The water crisis as reported by media has rocked Los Angeles and Mexico City and water rationing is pervasive.
S2C's CEO, Alejandro Bautista has been invited along with the managing partner of Alaska Resource Management, Rod Bartlett to meet with officials of Mexico City to determine a suitable supply strategy. Mexico's National Water Commission said that the capital city's water supply system is at its lowest level -- less than 50 percent capacity after low rainfall totals last year and the leaky delivery system.
Our CFO, Joe Dickson is in dialogue with the Municipal District of Southern California to meet the legal and regulatory requirements of importing fresh water from Alaska into the Southern Districts (including Los Angeles). "Although the California process is meticulous we will do everything we can to meet the Californian need as expeditiously as possible," says Rod Bartlett. " We can supplement both cities with adequate supplies of fresh drinking water within a reasonable time frame'.
The water shortages now hitting Los Angeles and Mexico City now "only" threaten around 40 million people.
About S2C Global Systems Inc.
S2C Global Systems Inc. a Texas based company, with subsidiaries in Alaska, British Columbia and Nevada. S2C's primary focus is Alaska Resource Management, LLC a partnership with True Alaska Bottling focused on the export of billions of gallons of water globally from the water sheds of Baranof Island, Alaska.
S2C is also the owner of proprietary technologies related to the delivery, automated handling and distribution of water in the 10 and 20 Liter formats. The Company has proprietary green technology that can reduce the carbon foot print of bottled water by as much as 66%. Please visit www.s2cglobal.com.