Solarbrook announces design phase completion of cooling tower water recovery system

Oct. 29, 2009
CARY, NC, Oct. 29, 2009 -- Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation's CEO announced the completion of the design and prototype study phase of a water recovery system to be used on cooling towers...

CARY, NC, Oct. 29, 2009 -- Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation's CEO announced the completion of the design and prototype study phase of a water recovery system to be used on cooling towers.

"The system will recover water traditionally sent to the sewers, and will remove dissolved solids, and contaminates which result in lost cooling efficiency within the cooling tower system. Treated water will be returned to the tower as clean makeup water.

"Advantages of this system are reduced water consumption, reduced wastewater surcharges, and fewer chemicals going into the wastewater systems resulting in an environmentally GREEN solution. The system will be ready for several trials involving industry, and commercial systems in this calendar year," stated George Moore, President and CEO.

About Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation
Solarbrook Water and Power Corporation, headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, maintains a core focus of seeking out synergistic acquisitions that will provide capital appreciation and income for its companies. The mission of Solarbrook is to acquire and develop innovative green technologies and businesses that will improve the quality of water, and provide green options to energy throughout the world. We work to achieve these goals by means of detection, treatment and removal of contaminants, and to provide integrated clean power alternatives for remote and off-grid systems, further expanding market potential. For more information, please visit www.solarbrook-water.com

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