PLAINVIEW, N.Y., June 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- PureSafe Water Systems, Inc. (OTCBB:PSWS), participated last week (May 29-31), in the annual conference and symposium comprised of all the Water and Sewage Authorities in Israel, which took place in the Meridian Hotel at the Dead Sea.
Present were the management and professional personnel of 52 such entities, alongside official governmental representatives and private presenters.
The mandate of the water and sewage authorities in Israel is to independently serve its respective member municipalities by providing them with efficient and undisturbed water and sewage services throughout routine and emergency times.
Dr. Shaul Kochan, Director – International Markets for PureSafe, was present at the conference and provided information about our "First Response Water System" to attendees. Dr. Kochan reported that great interest was demonstrated by the attendees with regard to PSWS technology of water purification and the spectrum of possible utilization by the participant water authorities, agencies and corporations.
Follow up meetings have been scheduled with individual interested parties to seek an optimal business model which will allow the Israeli authorities to incorporate PSWS mobile units into their respective water services mandate.
"Israel is globally recognized as a leading country when it comes to innovative and creative water solutions. It is important for PureSafe to actively participate with Israel's water industry both,on public and private level," stated Leslie Kessler, CEO.
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