Apr 27

State Of Survival: A Sinking Feeling In San Joaquin Valley

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Apr 24

KTVU News – Made in the Bay: Device from Lafayette company makes water out of air

KTVU – A device looks like an ordinary water cooler, but it can make water out of air.

Wayne Ferreira is a former professional tennis player and co-founder of Lafayette-based Ecolo-Blue, which makes AWG’s, which stands for automatic water generators.

“It sucks air in. We have a condenser inside the machine which freezes the humidity and drops it into a holding tank at the bottom of the machine,” said Ferriera.

The humidity thaws, runs through a series of filters and comes out ready for drinking.

A small model makes eight gallons a day and sells for about $1,300.

Ferreira says his technology will not solve California’s drought, but it could certainly help. He also has machines that produce 2,500 gallons of water a day.

“We can aid, we can help. We can make it rain every day,” he said.

The former tennis champion met Thursday with representatives from UNICEF, which is looking for innovative ways to help solve the shortage of clean water in third world countries.

UNICEF says it is impressed by the concept. “We really believe there is no one solution. But solutions from different places, ideas from different places can make a huge difference in the lives of hundreds of millions of children, said UNICEF’s Tanya Accone.

Ferreira, who won a silver medal for doubles in tennis during the 1992 Olympics, says he became interested in the technology after he retired from tennis.

He says he has spoken to the California farm industry about AWG’s as a possible solution to replace water in wells. But he says they tell him it is too expensive right now.

Still, if the drought continues on, he says expensive water may be better than no water.

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Apr 16

Photos from CBS Interview

EcoloBlue Co-Owner, Wayne Ferreira, being interviewed by CBS13 Reporter, Nick Janes.

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Apr 08

Show Your Support For EcoloBlue

“ EcoloBlue water from air stations can solve everyday drought problems in your community. #EcoloBlue #WaterFromAir http://hfht.co/4TQdL ”

Please come show your support for EcoloBlue water stations and start spreading the word of these crucial solutions. In these days of drought, mandatory water restrictions, and whole towns running out of water, these are needed more than ever now.

Click on this LINK to go to HeadTalker, and show your support by clicking to spread the word on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, LinkedIn or all 4 of them. The world is desperate for water, and we can help.

Apr 01

California Mandatory Water Restrictions

One way you can assist with the drought, is to make your own water from the air. The more you make, the less you are depleting from the State. Make your own water, be self-reliant, and sleep easy knowing that you are being a part of the solution, and not part of the problems. We have solutions for your home, office, community, corporation, or even your whole town.

This drought does not just extend to the borders of California, so think about it if you are in a drought stricken state or country.

 

SPRING20 Promo

Mar 19

EcoloBlue Celebrates World Water Day 2015

WorldBeat Cultural Center presents
World Water Day 2015

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300X250When: Sunday, March 22nd 2015
11:00AM – 7:00PM
Where: WorldBeat Cultural Center
2100 Park Blvd.
Balboa Park, San Diego CA 92101
www.worldbeatcenter.org | info@worldbeatcenter.org
Cost: FREE

WorldBeat Center is joining the global World Water Day festivities with a full day celebration in San Diego on Sunday March 22nd, 2015. WorldBeat Center will be collaborating with local environmental organizations to continue to educate the public about water issues including conservation. With California’s continual drought and new water conservation restrictions it is important that San Diegans are aware of the new water restrictions and ways to save water. Activities will include: Afro-Cuban Percussion and Dance and African Dance workshops, local water activist speakers, Tibetan Bell Meditation, outdoor children’s water conservation poster painting, children’s storytelling and a globally synchronized water blessing and meditation. WorldBeat Center will also feature two atmospheric water generators (AWG) that make water from air and are sponsored by Watair and EcoloBlue. At 6pm PST millions will be uniting in “a moment of intention” for the waters of our world and the creatures that inhabit them. Both WorldBeat Center and Centro Cultural de la Raza are celebrating World Water Day as part of their mutual water history as former water towers.

World Water Day:
In 1993, the United Nations General Assembly designated 22 March as the first World Water Day. 22 years later, World Water Day is celebrated around the world shining the spotlight on a different issue every year. For 2015, the theme for World Water Day is ‘Water and Sustainable Development’. To learn more visit www.unwater.org

EcoloBlue’s atmospheric Water generators are state of the art AWGs, with a major emphasis on Water generation, energy reductions, and ease of use. The EcoloBlue range varies from up to 30L/8Gal a day for the home/office market, up to millions of liters/day in customizable Water Stations.

Mar 15

Did you know that you can make Free Soda with EcoloBlue?

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EcoloBlue’s patented model, EcoloBlue 30s, can make sparkling water from the air. Not only will it start off with 99.9% pure water, but then you can transform it to whatever you or your children desire.

How much money do you spend a year on soda? Many of the articles we have read state that the average American household spends approximately $850 on soda annually. And I wonder if that is just Coke, Sprite, Dr Pepper and the like. I wonder if they include sparkling water (plain or flavored), ginger ale, tonic water, and others as well.

On top of that, American’s spend approximately $240 per person on bottled water every year. And that is not even addressing the environmental impact of what is happening (or not happening) with all of those plastic bottles.

If we do the math… taking into account an average household to be 4 people, that is approximately $1810 spent on soda and bottled water per year for the average household. That in itself pays for your EcoloBlue machine, that now fulfills both of those needs for you, and includes your first filled CO2 canister and water bottle. While you may have to periodically purchase replacement CO2, or your preferential flavorings for your soda, these costs are very minimal in the grand scheme of things, and completely in your control based on usage.

If you prefer to stick with a more natural soda, by adding fruit or herbs, we have come up with a few suggestions on a previous blog post that you can peruse.

Think about it…. doesn’t it make sense to make your own water from the air, and reap in these savings all year long? Seems pretty logical to me.

And even better now that we are running a 20% Off promo on these home/office machines through the end of April (Promo: SPRING20). You can cash in on these savings even more.

Give us a call (800-691-6043) if you’d like to chat with one of our Sales Representatives about any questions you may have.

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http://www.msn.com/en-us/lifestyle/money-tips/10-ways-to-save-dollar1k-this-year/ss-BBhkEns#image=4
http://www.kiplinger.com/article/saving/T063-C011-S001-12-ways-to-save-money-by-going-green.html

Mar 10

EcoloBlue is now a proud supporter of the United Nations Global Compact

 

GC_Endorser_BLUE_RGB_GRADIENT 108x130EcoloBlue has committed to uphold the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact on human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. For this, EcoloBlue has been added to the United Nations Global Compact’s list of participants, along with over 8,000 other businesses, NGOs, academia and other organizations. We plan to engage in new projects and policies throughout each year, in order to forge healthier relationships between people, support moral endeavors, and make further progress towards a healthier planet.

Every day another home, community, and region becomes in dire need of clean drinking water for the well being of all. Our intention is to make a global impact on reducing the strain on our natural water resources, allow better living conditions for those who struggle to retrieve water on a daily basis, and generally make water more easily accessible for all.

The UN Global Compact asks companies to embrace, support and enact, within their sphere of influence, a set of core values in the areas of human rights, labour standards, the environment and anti-corruption:

Human Rights

  • Principle 1: Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
  • Principle 2: make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.

Labour

  • Principle 3: Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining;
  • Principle 4: the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour;
  • Principle 5: the effective abolition of child labour; and
  • Principle 6: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.

Environment

  • Principle 7: Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges;
  • Principle 8: undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and
  • Principle 9: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.

Anti-Corruption

  • Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.

Visit www.unglobalcompact.org to learn more.

Mar 09

EcoloBlue Emergency A.C.E. Container Tour

EcoloBlue provides environmentally conscious Water options to single family homes and offices, any business industry using large volume of potable Water, and in an emergency situation as a complete disaster relief solution.

EcoloBlue’s ACE Emergency Water Solution offers a self-contained, powered, water generation, and bottling system, that provides up to 2000 Liters of pure drinking water daily from the humidity in the air.

The ACE Container is designed for solutions such as on site emergency management at hospitals or large facilities, disaster relief, aid organization dispatch, military uses, and many others.

The ACE Container bottling system allows for distribution of clean drinking water in an emergency. The pouches are filled with 99.9% pure water, and capped within the ACE Container. The bottling system can fill a maximum of 30 pouches a minute.

Clean drinking water whenever, and wherever, you need it.

Please call EcoloBlue at 1-800-691-6043 for more information.

Mar 09

Interested in becoming an EcoloBlue Dealer or Distributor?

EB30 and EB30ME MachinesInterested in becoming an EcoloBlue Dealer or Distributor?

  • Do you want to do your part by helping people to conserve water?
  • Do you see a great benefit to helping reduce the strain on our natural water resources?
  • Do you want people to be healthy and drink some of the best water possible?
  • Are you passionate about helping to solve the global water crises, even in a small way, from your local region?

 

  • Do you have a storefront where you currently sell water or other green products?
  • Do you have a website where you sell other related products, and are able to take payment from your customers?
  • Are you an already established retailer, and would like to empower your customers to be able to create their own water from the air, by adding our solutions to your product line?

 

No municipal water hookup, no RO waste water down the drain…

EcoloBlue is actively seeking interest from hard working and motivated individuals and businesses, who seek to make a difference in the world, by making water from air. Join our already active team of domestic and international dealers and distributors today!

Please call 1-800-691-6043 to inquire, or please use the Contact Us form on this site and tell us a little about yourself and your business, and how this would be a great partnership.

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