News | July 30, 2013

Bravo Brands Its Atmospheric Water ‘Splash Water For Life' As An Alternative Water Source In A Multi-Billion Dollar Drinking Water Market

New York (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) - Bravo Enterprises Ltd. (OTCBB:OGNG) reports that the atmospheric water taken from the Company's patented AIRMAX 3000 home/office machine and the AIRWELL 3000 commercial/industrial machine has been branded as Splash Water For Life (SWFL).

SWFL is a green, sustainable water generated from the 300 trillion tons of water in the air at all times from rivers, lakes and oceans. Moisture contained in the atmosphere is a practical water source not currently utilized. According to Water.org., the atmosphere contains 3500 cubic miles of water or .001% of the earth's total water reservoir volume of 350 million cubic miles. Even if all 6.7 billion people on earth used water from water vapor processors at the rate of 49 liters per day, they would only consume .002% of the available atmospheric water.

In addition to the drinking water market, SWFL will be marketed as an alternative water source to specific industries who need clean water to operate and produce goods, such as farming, disaster relief, etc. Businesses using waste water, treated water and desalinated water will be targeted to consider using SWFL because of its efficiency, accessibility and economic viability.

Bravo will also be setting up water stores with joint venture partners to sell its machines, the AIRMAX 3000, which produces up to 30 liters per day and its AIRWELL 3000, which produces up to 11,356 liters per day as well as the branded SWFL generated from the machines. In addition, reusable stainless steel water bottles branded as SWFL will be for sale and use for its customers.

According to a New York Times article, approximately 50 billion bottles of water are consumed per annum in the U.S. and around 200 billion bottles globally. Data provided by the United Nations indicates worldwide, agriculture accounts for 70% of all water consumption, compared to 20% for industry and 10% for domestic use. These statistics are well founded as, for example, farming livestock is more water intensive than farming crops. It takes 16,000 litres of water to produce 1kg of beef compared with 1,500 litres for 1kg of grain. Yet the increasing requirements for food are expected to come from higher protein based rather than more subsistence based diets. Already, too much water is being extracted in many river basins, leading to saline intrusion at river mouths and estuaries.

About Bravo Enterprises Ltd.:

Bravo has the exclusive manufacturing, marketing and distribution rights worldwide for its AIRMAX 3000 and AIRWELL 3000 atmospheric water harvesting machines, developed exclusively for the generation of clean, safe drinking water for human consumption and use. Both machines are operating and for sale and the water produced is branded "Splash Water For Life."

For further information contact: 1-888-488-6882

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SOURCE: Bravo Enterprises Ltd.

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