NEW YORK, June 6, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bravo Enterprises Ltd. (OTCQB:OGNG) reports while much of the world is under some form of water stress, certain populations are hardest hit during a water crisis. In general, developing nations have the highest impact rate, especially Sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa, India, parts of the Middle East, Central Asia, Chile, China and South Africa. These populations lack water for various reasons. Sadly, this results in numerous deaths, including hundreds of children every day, due to water-related illnesses.
Bravo's Atmospheric Water Generators (AWG) are a possible solution in many of the water stressed countries. Although a certain level of relative humidity is needed in order for the air to water technology to be truly effective, AWG should still be seriously considered. Water that is produced in areas where possible can and should be shipped as an alternative water source to places that cannot produce it and need it. Water in the air is constantly replenished and is not fully utilized. Water purifiers and filtration systems still require a water source in order to provide drinking water unlike AWG technology.
Sao Paulo, Brazil faces water shortage as elections and the World Cup looms.
Failed rains and the water demands of 20 million people have collided to create the worst water crisis on record in Sao Paulo, Brazil's largest city. Sao Paulo received less than half of its average rainfall during January, February and March—a time when the city usually receives almost 80 percent of its average annual precipitation. Reservoir levels in the water system that supplies nearly half of the metropolitan area's residents are at historic lows just as the region enters its traditional dry season, with little relief in sight until rains return in October. The Sao Paulo water crisis embodies the growing challenge that the world's largest urban areas confront to provide water to massive populations, share water equitably between industrial, agricultural and municipal users, and to do so in an era of a warming and drying climate.
"Bravo hopes to bring air to water solutions to the parts of the world with a need for safe, clean drinking water," states Matt Kelly.
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