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Aqua Dyne, Inc. Submits Bid for Australian Gold Coast Project
BRISBANE, Australia - September 9, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- Aqua Dyne Inc.
(OTC: BB AQDY) through its Australian subsidiary which specializes in thermal
desalination, has provided a submission to the Gold Coast Desalination
Investigation Study. Aqua Dyne Australia is Brisbane-based and operates a pilot
plant and production facility at Stapylton, which is mid-way between Brisbane and
the Gold Coast. The 22 page Registration of Interest was submitted to the Gold
Coast Water on Friday 27 August.
Aqua Dyne Managing Director Jim Wilson said that he believed Aqua Dyne had fully
answered the questions posed by Gold Coast Water in over fifty areas, including the
capacity of the company's JetWater system to desalinate and purify sea water, water
from the Council's waste water treatment plants and brackish ground water.
"We clearly emphasised the benefits of our system, ranging from operational,
maintenance, social and environmental. The fact that our JetWater system has been
designed on a modular basis with few moving parts and no membranes to clog and
foul, was seen as being of distinct advantage," Mr Wilson said.
The Gold Coast submission by Aqua Dyne follows the recent independent report by
international environmental and engineering consultants Maunsell, which rated the
JetWater system as being one of the world's best.
The report by Maunsell and their Chicago affiliate Metcalf and Eddy, made a cost
and technical comparison of the Aqua Dyne JetWater system with a range of other
commercial water desalination technologies available around the world. Maunsell
rated the Aqua Dyne system as one of the best overall in the market based on both
technical and cost criteria provided by Aqua Dyne.
Thermal desalination of water is based on evaporation, which duplicates nature's
own purification process, by heating water and condensing the steam.
In a recent article in Business Acumen magazine, Gold Coast Cr Mayor Ron Clarke
said that he wanted his region to lead the way with water desalination. He
acknowledged that already he had had some direct preliminary discussions with Aqua
Dyne about how it could meet the water challenges of the Gold Coast region,
including paving the way with a pilot plant installation.
Forward Looking Statements.
Source of News:
Aqua Dyne, Inc.
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