USVI company provides drinkable water through portable stations in Caribbean
| 02.12.2008 | 13:30:25 | Views: 2991 | ID:
February 12 '08: Seven Seas Water, based in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands has developed a specialized water delivery and desalinization process for the tropics in addition to donating $20 million to finding ways of making clean water cheaper and more available to areas which typically have little water to use.
VentureBeat Wire reported that the company "owns and operates its own facilities in locales where fresh water is both expensive and scarce." Because of its unique position - the company is the largest water supplier in the Caribbean - Seven Seas can offer solutions "from shortage due to peak use and lack of rainfall, to storms and other catastrophic events.""Constructed in shipping containers and capable of being self-powered, our mobile reverse osmosis units can provide water to remote locations either long-term of on an emergency basis. Equipment can be in place swiftly with capacity designed to suit your needs," the Seven Seas website said.
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