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Watair Receives Unit Orders for Hong Kong from Roots Environmental

WOODLAND HILLS, California, December 21, 2009 – Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company has received initial unit orders of its WII–4010 Home/Office atmospheric water generators (AWG) from Hong Kong based Roots Environmental (HK) Ltd.

After extensive product due diligence, Roots has requested the shipment of an initial 6 units to Hong Kong from Watair to be used for demonstrative and trial purposes primarily for large property management companies. Initial interest is high and Roots management has projected post trial sales and the installation of 50 units by the second quarter of 2010 and 300 units for the full year in Hong Kong. Watair’s WII–4010 models retail for approximately $US1500 per unit.

Managing Director and Partner of Roots Environmental, Charles Wan commented, “After extensive review we are confident that Watair’s atmospheric water generation technology is unparalleled in the market today and look forward to working with the company in marketing and selling the products to the Asian market. We have already received strong interest from many of our client property management companies to install the units in multiple property developments in Hong Kong and Mainland China.”

About Roots Environmental (HK) Ltd.

Headquartered in Hong Kong, China, Roots Environmental (H.K.) Ltd www.rootshk.com began by manufacturing environmental products, and as market demand has increased, the company has evolved its business and product solutions into providing environmental protection services. The company offers a wide range of products and services for improving air and water quality, and energy cost savings, and has expanded its presence to Singapore, Japan, and China. The company aims to provide high quality environmental products, exceptional service, and is continuously contributing resources towards research and development and customizing design solutions to meet the needs of its growing client list. In a relatively short period of time, Roots has developed an impressive corporate client list that spans many industry sectors including; IFC – International Finance Centre, Hong Kong International Airport, Cathay Pacific Airlines, Jones Lang LaSalle, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Federal Group of Restaurants, and the Kowloon City Plaza.

Watair’s Mexico Distributor Reports High Demand for Units in Acapulco

WOODLAND HILLS, California, December 14, 2009 – Watair, Inc. announces that Agua De Aire Latin America Inc., the Company’s distributor for Mexico has reported on strong demand for Watair’s award winning Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) WII – 4010 Home/Office unit in the cities of Acapulco and Cuernavaca.

Agua De Aire’s Mr. Rafael Nunez and Mr. Eduardo Azpiroz, who are heading up the project in the region, have indicated that initial sales and marketing efforts to consumers and local businesses has generated an overwhelmingly positive response to date. They anticipate significant initial orders as the demand for economical and renewable clean drinking water continues to increase in the country.

Acapulco is a coastal city with a local population of approx. 750,000 as well as an additional 250,000 foreign residents. Cuernavaca, near Mexico City, with a population of over 1,000,000 residents has a considerably large percentage of upper middle class residents, which make these 2 urban centers attractive target markets for the Company’s WII – 4010 Home/Office unit which retails for approx US$1,500.00

President and CEO Robert Rosner commented, “Mexico continues to be a priority market for Watair due to its large population with a rapidly growing middle class and, a well documented shortage of clean drinking water. The positive feedback we are receiving from our distributor is exciting and validates the relevance and importance of our products in combating the growing global water problem.”

K-State’s Food Safety and Security Group to Conduct Advanced Testing on Watair’s Water Purification System

WOODLAND HILLS, California, December 9, 2009 - Watair, Inc. today announces that Kansas State University will undertake further testing on Watair’s purification system in its Atmospheric Water Generator’s (AWG) for control of Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7 and other potential waterborne hazards.

Watair is working with the internationally renowned Food Safety and Security Group at Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas to evaluate the company’s water synthesis and purification system for control of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and other microbiological hazards that can be associated with water. The studies will be conducted in biolevel 2 laboratories to allow for pathogen inoculation and quantitative determinations of the reductions obtained through Watair’s unique UV based purification system.

Watair’s President and CEO Robert Rosner said, “The goal of these studies is to further demonstrate the ability of our system to synthesize pure, chemical free water from humidity in the air without the risk of microbiological contaminants like E. coli”. Mr. Rosner further states: “We are delighted to have Dr. James Marsden, Regent’s Distinguished Professor of Food Safety and Security at Kansas State University, to lead the research team.

A late March 2010 timeframe is anticipated for the report. Future studies at K-State U will evaluate Watair’s purification system for control of viruses, including H1N1 and for other potential waterborne hazards, including Cryptosporidium.

The World Health Organization reports that every year more than 3.4 million people die as a result of water related diseases, making it the leading cause of disease and death around the world. Most of the victims are young children, the vast majority of whom die of illnesses caused by organisms that thrive in water sources contaminated by raw sewage. According to statistics compiled by UNICEF, lack of safe water and sanitation is the world’s single largest cause of illness. According to an assessment commissioned by the United Nations, 4,000 children die each day as a result of diseases caused by ingestion of filthy water. The report says four out of every 10 people in the world, particularly those in Africa and Asia, do not have clean water to drink.

Watair’s Mexican Distributor Leading the Way in Local Markets

WOODLAND HILLS, California, September 22, 2009 - Watair, Inc. today announced that its Mexican Distributor, Agua De Aire Latin America Inc. has received a tremendous response from demonstrating its WATAIR CI 2500 Commercial and Industrial atmospheric Water generator.

Agua De Aire Latin America Inc. is currently working with State and Municipal Government in providing a solution to the provision of clean drinkable water. The company has also begun commercializing the home and office unit (WATAIRE 4010) to government, corporations and individuals. “Since we became a distributor for Watair, the response and demand from corporations and government agencies has been overwhelming.” Mr. Javier Deboy, Sales Manager for Agua De Aire Latin America Inc.

“The Mexican market is a very important market for Watair due to its inadequate supply and availability of clean drinking water. The market is filled with suppliers of bottled water services, which make home and office deliveries and these services have continually, increase in price leaving a huge potential for our WATAIRE 4010 unit” said Robert Rosner. “The water issue is being addressed by the various levels of governments and a priority is being emphasized to provide the 100 million inhabitants with clean, drinkable water and Watair’s products will be at the forefront of such solution” further added Mr. Rosner

Watair Welcomes Juno Award Winner Derek Miller as a Company Spokesperson

WOODLAND HILLS, California, April, 24, 2008 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that Canadian Award Winning songwriter/performer Derek Miller has become a spokesperson for the Company to introduce our technology to Tribal and First Nations people of North America. Watair's CEO Robert Rosner stated "The Company is moving forward quickly to create public awareness not only for the need of a safe water supply but also the implementation of our technology to provide a sustainable source of drinking water. Derek has a loyal following of fans and associates and thus will be a vital link in delivering our message to the Tribal Nations of North America."

About Derek Miller:

  • WINNER 1999/2007 CANADIAN ABORIGINAL MUSIC AWARD

  • WINNER 2003 JUNO AWARD

  • WINNER 2003 FIRST AMERICAN IN THE ARTS AWARD

  • WINNER 2003 NATIVE AMERICAN MUSIC AWARD

  • 2003 NCI FM ALBUM OF THE YEAR

  • 2003 IMAGINE NATIVE FILM FESTIVAL BEST MUSIC VIDEO

  • WINNER 2004 INDIAN SUMMER MUSIC AWARD

  • NOMINATED 2006 GEMINI AWARD

  • WINNER 2007 ABORIGINAL PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD

  • WINNER 2008 JUNO AWARD WINNER

Watair's Exciting Technology Harvests Safe Drinking Water From Air at Eco-Friendly Langerado Music Festival in the South Florida Everglades

WOODLAND HILLS, California, March 4, 2008 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that Langerado Music Festival artists, production staff and campers will be getting a taste of an exciting new "water from air" technology that could be the answer to the Southeast's looming clean drinking water crisis. The festival, which has been bringing exploding jam-based live music to South Florida for the past five years, takes on an added mission in its sixth year -- showcasing ways we can all help the environment. Watair's Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs), which convert humidity in the air into pure drinking water, are one of the latest eco-friendly innovations that will be on display in "Greenerado Eco-Village" at Langerado's new home on Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.

"Severe drought throughout Florida and the entire Southeastern United States has virtually depleted the area's safe drinking water supply," said Derek Tacon, President of Aquaduct International LLC, authorized distributors of Watair's Atmospheric Water Generators. "Population increases, excessive real estate development and severe overuse force us to cultivate new, innovative solutions to generating pure drinking water." Using a patent pending technology that works on a principle similar to that of a dehumidifier, Watair's AWG units convert humidity in the atmosphere into water. However, rather than being discarded the water is completely purified via an intricate series of filtration systems that eliminate virtually all airborne pollution and biological contaminants, then stored in a chilled recirculating vessel for human consumption. The resulting water product rivals the taste and cleanliness of any bottled water on the market today and even exceeds stringent World Health Organization drinking water standards. The company's environmentally-friendly, cost efficient WII-4010 five gallon per day home/office machines along with the CI-2500 AWG unit, capable of producing 660 gallons of water a day, will be on display throughout the festival's duration.

All Watair AWG systems are designed to be energy-efficient and are equipped with the latest state-of-the-art electronics to ensure optimum performance. With units ranging in size from home/office units to commercial units capable of producing more than 1300 gallons of water in a single 24 hour period, the technology is attracting significant attention from the military, disaster relief operations, oil and mining operations, beverage bottling plants, tourist resorts, condominium developments and the boat/pleasure craft industry to name a few.

Watair Receives a Very Positive Review from the “Mars Society” on the Performance of Their Units During the Simulated Mission to Mars

WOODLAND HILLS, California, March 25, 2008 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to advise that we have received an initial review that our water-from-air units "performed very well" during the recent four-month mission at the Mars Society's Flash line Mars Arctic Research Station (FMARS). It is the first time that a simulated Mars mission has ever been conducted for such a long duration.

In recent correspondence from Engineer Paul Graham, who set up the habitat systems, Watair Consultant-Co-inventor Terrence Nylander, was advised of the successful utilization of the company's water-from-air units. During the mission, the Mars society, as part of its mission's science agenda, completed a "water utilization study," as water is one of the largest consumable masses on a long duration mission.

The purpose of this landmark expedition is to prepare for eventual human missions to the Red Planet by conducting scientific exploration under nearly all of the constraints that astronauts on an actual Mars mission will one day face.

Crew members included Commander and Geologist Melissa Battler; Executive Officer and Engineer Matt Bamsey (also Safety Officer); Chief Engineer James Harris (also Medical Officer); Chief Scientist and Computer Scientist Kim Binsted; Human Factors Researcher and Engineer Ryan Kobrick; Biologist Kathryn Bywaters; Geologist Simon Auclair; Engineer Emily Colvin, the crew alternate; and Engineer Team Coordinator Paul Graham, who set up habitat systems with Harris.

Graham went on to say that during transport the equipment received some initial damage but Graham concluded that "thanks to the spare parts your people so thoughtfully and carefully supplied, this damage was quickly corrected."

The Science agenda and mission training details of the project can be reviewed on the internet at http://www.marssociety.org/arctic/.

Engineer Paul Graham concluded by thanking Watair "for their generous donation" and promised a more detailed report from Chief Engineer James Harris and the mission's water specialist.

Nylander stated, "Watair is very pleased to have taken part in this futuristic scientific project, and looks forward to more participation in the future as re-use of enclosed moisture in a Mars module will be critical to future space exploration."

Water Facts

Nearly 97% of the world's water is saltwater or otherwise undrinkable. Another 2% is heldin ice caps and glaciers. That leaves just 1% for all of humanity's needs - agricultural, residential, manufacturing, and community needs. (United States Geological Survey).


Water regulates the Earth's temperature. It also regulates the temperature of the human body, carries nutrients and oxygen to cells, cushions joints, and protects organs and tissues. The human brain is 75% water. Human blood is 83% water and bones are 25% water. (American Water Works Association).


Each day, the sun evaporates 1,000,000,000,000 (one trillion) tons of water. (United States Geological Survey).

Watair's Exciting Technology Harvests Safe Drinking Water From Air at Eco-Friendly Langerado Music Festival in the South Florida Everglades

WOODLAND HILLS, California, March 4, 2008 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that Langerado Music Festival artists, production staff and campers will be getting a taste of an exciting new "water from air" technology that could be the answer to the Southeast's looming clean drinking water crisis. The festival, which has been bringing exploding jam-based live music to South Florida for the past five years, takes on an added mission in its sixth year -- showcasing ways we can all help the environment. Watair's Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs), which convert humidity in the air into pure drinking water, are one of the latest eco-friendly innovations that will be on display in "Greenerado Eco-Village" at Langerado's new home on Big Cypress Seminole Indian Reservation.

"Severe drought throughout Florida and the entire Southeastern United States has virtually depleted the area's safe drinking water supply," said Derek Tacon, President of Aquaduct International LLC, authorized distributors of Watair's Atmospheric Water Generators. "Population increases, excessive real estate development and severe overuse force us to cultivate new, innovative solutions to generating pure drinking water." Using a patent pending technology that works on a principle similar to that of a dehumidifier, Watair's AWG units convert humidity in the atmosphere into water. However, rather than being discarded the water is completely purified via an intricate series of filtration systems that eliminate virtually all airborne pollution and biological contaminants, then stored in a chilled recirculating vessel for human consumption. The resulting water product rivals the taste and cleanliness of any bottled water on the market today and even exceeds stringent World Health Organization drinking water standards. The company's environmentally-friendly, cost efficient WII-4010 five gallon per day home/office machines along with the CI-2500 AWG unit, capable of producing 660 gallons of water a day, will be on display throughout the festival's duration.

All Watair AWG systems are designed to be energy-efficient and are equipped with the latest state-of-the-art electronics to ensure optimum performance. With units ranging in size from home/office units to commercial units capable of producing more than 1300 gallons of water in a single 24 hour period, the technology is attracting significant attention from the military, disaster relief operations, oil and mining operations, beverage bottling plants, tourist resorts, condominium developments and the boat/pleasure craft industry to name a few.

Watair to Receive Environmental Award

WOODLAND HILLS, California, September 13, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company will be receiving an environmental award for its technology from the U.K. The Company’s Australian distributor, EnviroSource International Pty Ltd. (“EnviroSource”), participated in a United Kingdom environmental technology competition recently with outstanding results.

Watair’s model WII-4010 home/office atmospheric water generator marketed by EnviroSource as the “Aqua V” was evaluated in the U.K. and officials reported it as one of the most exciting and revolutionary products presented in years.

The environmental Green Apple Award will be presented in the British House of Commons on November 9th, 2007. (For more information, go to www.thegreenorganisation.info.)

Robert Rosner, the Company’s CEO, stated, “As Watair moves forward in the field of atmospheric water harvesting, it has identified itself as a clear leader in the industry in both innovation and future product design. This award clearly recognizes the Company’s efforts to remain in the forefront of the industry.”

Innovative Safe Drinking Water Solution Expected to Make Waves at Voice of the Wetlands Festival
WOODLAND HILLS, California, October 11, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce participation in the Voice of the Woodlands Festival held in Houma, La. Industry leaders and influential’s, politicians and environmental experts from across the country will be making their way to this year’s Voice of the Wetlands Festival (VOW) at Southdown Plantation for great music, food and local culture. More importantly, this unique festival is an opportunity for education and generating awareness about Louisiana’s severe coastal erosion issues, as well as the chance to experience first hand an exciting new water-from-air technology that could be the answer to NOT ONLY the gulf coast’s clean drinking water problems, but the entire country’s.

Festival exhibitor Watair’s Atmospheric Water Generating products (AWGs) are expected to be a key feature for those seeking eco-friendly, cost-efficient, clean drinking water. Using a patent-pending technology that works on a principle similar to that of a dehumidifier, Watair’s AWG units convert humidity from the atmosphere into water. However, rather than being discarded, the water is completely purified via an intricate series of filtration systems that eliminate virtually all airborne pollution and biological contaminants, then stored in a chilled recirculating tank and held for human consumption. The resulting water product rivals the taste and cleanliness of any bottled water on the market today and even exceeds stringent World Health Organization drinking water standards. Watair’s WII -4010 19 liter (5 gallon) per day home/office machines, along with the CI-2500 AWG mobile unit, capable of producing 2500 liters (650 gallons) of water a day, will be on hand to quench the thirsts of visitors for the duration of the festival.

“The demand for clean drinking water is an ongoing, ever-increasing problem plaguing people, communities and industries throughout the entire gulf coast and around the world,” said Robert Rosner, CEO of Watair International Inc. “Given the tragic lack of safe water in Gulf regions during the aftermath of Katrina, and as fresh water sources continue to be depleted through population increases, severe overuse, and excessive real estate development, the need to cultivate new sources for generating clean drinking water has become an immediate, compelling necessity for everyone to consider.”

With units ranging in size from home/office units to commercial units capable of producing more than 5000 liters (1300 gallons) of water in a single 24-hour period, the technology is attracting significant attention from the oil and mining industries, military, disaster & emergency relief operations, beverage bottling plants, tourist resorts, condominium developments and the boat/pleasure craft industry, to name a few.

Watair to Receive Environmental Award

WOODLAND HILLS, California, September 13, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company will be receiving an environmental award for its technology from the U.K. The Company’s Australian distributor, EnviroSource International Pty Ltd. (“EnviroSource”), participated in a United Kingdom environmental technology competition recently with outstanding results.

Watair’s model WII-4010 home/office atmospheric water generator marketed by EnviroSource as the “Aqua V” was evaluated in the U.K. and officials reported it as one of the most exciting and revolutionary products presented in years.

The environmental Green Apple Award will be presented in the British House of Commons on November 9th, 2007. (For more information, go to www.thegreenorganisation.info.)

Robert Rosner, the Company’s CEO, stated, “As Watair moves forward in the field of atmospheric water harvesting, it has identified itself as a clear leader in the industry in both innovation and future product design. This award clearly recognizes the Company’s efforts to remain in the forefront of the industry.”

Watair's Technology Utilized on the Mars Society Mission

WOODLAND HILLS, California, September 6, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that Watair’s technology is being utilized to provide safe drinking water for the 7-person crew comprised of scientists and engineers on the Mars Society’s 4-month simulated Mars mission in Canada’s high Arctic (www.marssociety.com). The mission has concluded and expectations are very high for a number of scientific breakthroughs that will be described in their final report. The purpose of the mission is to provide information and insight on what humans will be facing when they eventually land on the planet Mars.

Two of Watair’s WII-4010 atmospheric water generators, capable of supplying 10 gallons of safe daily drinking water for the 7 crew members, were provided by our former technology holder, Watair Ecosafe Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: WTAF) prior to the execution of the technology transfer agreement.

High levels of humidity are generated in the confined quarters housing the crew and their equipment. Fortunately, the presence of high levels of humidity is exactly what is required for Watair’s machines which utilize atmospheric moisture to produce safe drinking water.

One of the beneficial by-products of dehumidifying the air to harvest potable water is the heat usable for heating water for showering or heating the living space. Critical use of all the energy is just as important on Mars as recycling has become on Earth. The Mars Society is now preparing a “Water Study Summary” which will summarize the crew’s daily water consumption. Results related to water used for drinking, food preparation and oral hygiene will be of particular interest and value to the Company and will assist in our ongoing objectives to continually improve the design and performance of our water-from-air machines.

The company is committed to rigorous laboratory bench testing and evaluation as well as real-world field- testing of our products design and performance. Our partnership with highly credible scientific organizations like the Mars Society can only enhance the capabilities and credibility of the Watair brand.

Watair's Mobile CI-2500 on USA Tour

WOODLAND HILLS, California, September 4, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that the Company’s Mobile CI-2500 Atmospheric Water Generator is receiving a very favorable welcome while on it’s major USA tour. The CI 2500 industrial generator has been presented to potential distributors, government officials and shareholders across the USA and has created an incredible interest in the technology. The CI 2500 and Home/Office generators were shown at the US Navy small business conference in San Diego, California and achieved positive reviews from all who viewed the machines and sampled the water produced. The unit is equipped with a diesel generation plant which enables the generator to produce water in any location on demand.

The mobile CI 2500 is currently in New York State where the Company conducted a presentation at the Shinnecock Indian Nation Pow Wow. The Shinnecock Pow Wow is one of the largest in the United States with attendance of over 50,000 people representing tribes across the country. With relative humidity at over 70%, the commercial water generator has been producing approx 2700 liters of pure, clean, drinking water per day. (200 liters above the 2500 liter per day rated output of the machine.) The Company handed out approximately 7,000 samples and bottles of water per 24 hour period.

Watair’s representatives will be conducting negotiations with various native groups and entrepreneurs in the coming weeks whom are interested in purchasing generators for multiple uses and applications.

The mobile CI 2500 unit will be in New York city next where it will be demonstrated to other investors and interested parties over the next two weeks.

Watair Mobile CI 2500 Water Generator Commences USA Tour

WOODLAND HILLS, California, August 14, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce the dispatch of the mobile CI 2500 Atmospheric Water Generator on a major USA tour. The industrial generator is scheduled to be introduced to potential distributors, government officials and investors across the US. The tour will commence in San Francisco and carry on to Los Angeles, San Diego (Navy Small Business Opportunity Conference), Houston, Orlando and New York.

The Mobile CI 2500 is equipped with a diesel generation plant which enables the generator to produce water in any location on demand.

Watair International CEO Robert Rosner stated “The potential applications of the CI 2500 as a mobile unit are military, agriculture, humanitarian, emergency and disaster relief, to name a few. It is the company’s intention to introduce this unit to the appropriate procurement personnel in these sectors to create an awareness of our technology and introduce our product line.”

Watair Introduces Advisory Board

WOODLAND HILLS, California, May 2, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce the acceptance of Prof. James Marsden, Ph.D. and Mr. Brian Baker, B.A., to the Company’s newly formed Advisory Board.

Company President Mr. Terrence Nylander stated, “Watair is rapidly moving forward with international interest in our product line. The Company will rely on advice and guidance from individuals with extensive proven backgrounds and experience in research, scientific evaluation, business, marketing, and implementation of new technologies to an ever-growing global market. We welcome the input of Dr. Marsden and Mr. Baker, both of whom are successful and dedicated in their chosen fields, be it academic or business related.”

Professor James Marsden, Ph.D.

Distinguished scientist and food safety and security expert Dr. James Marsden has been named as the Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Board for Watair International, a leading water safety technology company. Dr. Marsden currently serves as Regent’s Distinguished Professor and Associate Director of the Biosecurity Institute at Kansas State University (“KSU”). KSU has placed a major emphasis on food safety and security. The research and educational activities at KSU address issues that directly impact human health, agricultural security and the economy. The university is the site of the Biosecurity Research Institute and the National Agricultural Biosecurity Center.

“Watair is privileged to have a scientist with Dr. Marsden’s expertise and experience to help advise the company on public health and safety and security issues relating to the production of safe drinking water. Our technology is uniquely suited to provide safe drinking water to consumers in North America, but also has implications for improving public health in developing countries throughout the world. Dr. Marsden’s interest in addressing problems associated with the shortage of abundant and safe drinking water make him the ideal person to oversee the company’s Scientific Advisory Board,” stated Robert Rosner, CEO of Watair.

One of the core technologies for Watair involves the production of safe drinking water from humidity in the air. This allows for the placement of systems in remote locations where the availability of water is limited. Dr. Marsden will advise Watair on issues relating to the production of water for consumer products; products sized for large commercial applications; government and military systems; remote systems designed to produce drinking water and sanitation in developing countries. Dr. Marsden stated, “The Watair system can produce safe water that is free of harmful micro-organisms and chemical contamination. The need for safe, pure drinking water is universal. This technology could reduce illnesses and mortality associated with unsafe drinking water in developing countries and also addresses the consumer demand for safe water in the United States and other developed countries. In addition, it is well suited to meet special needs that may arise during national emergencies and in military and humanitarian operations.”

Brian Baker, B.A.

Mr. Brian Baker is a co-founder and President of International Mascot Corporation (“IMC”), one of the largest producers of character costumes in the world, and as such has been involved in the operation, design, marketing, finance and manufacture of products for over 25 years. Mr. Baker has made solid business decisions to attain positive growth for his global company. His solid understanding of the importance of maintaining control over certain niches in the marketplace provided a successful expansion of the company’s operations in the mascot industry. IMC’s operations include a manufacturing and sales facility in Atlanta, Georgia. IMC is developing two other companies, specifically producing multiple products of the same design using state-of -the-art production technology. Mr. Baker has been awarded the Canadian Export Award of Distinction and the Premier’s Award of Distinction.

Kansas State University Validates Water Quality

WOODLAND HILLS, California, May 1, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce that an independent evaluation initiated by Kansas State University Food Safety System Research department confirms the production of safe drinking water from Watair’s home/office atmospheric water generator unit. Water collected from the water generator was evaluated to determine the natural bacterial populations in the product No microbial populations were detected in water collected. The study confirms the ability of Watair’s water generator to produce safe drinking water from natural humidity in the atmosphere. Further studies will be conducted to evaluate trace chemical impurities.

Robert Rosner, the Company’s CEO, stated that, “the Kansas State’s University report confirms many similar tests conducted by independent labs in different parts of the world. This provides further credibility for Watair as it aggressively pursues worldwide sales of its proven and innovative technology. The Company is committed to being the technology leader in commercializing this process of producing safe drinking water from the humidity in the atmosphere.”

Watair Acquires Technology Rights

WOODLAND HILLS, California, April 30, 2007 - Watair, Inc. is pleased to announce the acquisition of all the intellectual property rights (“IP”) from Watair Industries Inc., Canadian Dew Technologies Inc. and the inventors. The acquisition includes all current patents, know- how, knowledge, expertise, information and intellectual property relating to water treatment process and devices for water-from-air machines.

The agreement requires the Company to pay Watair Industries the sum of CAD $500,000 and the issuance of 2,400,000 restricted common shares of the Company; and to pay Watair Industries a royalty of the gross profits from the sales of all apparatus or products relating to the IP for a period of 30 years from April 25, 2007, and a royalty equal of gross licensing revenues on the IP. The agreement further requires the Company to pay Canadian Dew Technologies, the inventors, the issuance of 2,400,000 restricted common shares of the Company.

Cimbix Accepts U.S. Navy Purchase Order for Military Drinking Water System in Africa.

WOODLAND HILLS, California, October 3, 2006 - Cimbix Corporation, worldwide distributor of Watair Industries Inc. ("Watair") atmospheric water generators, announced that it has received a purchase order from the U.S. Navy for Watair's CI-2500 model atmospheric water generators. The system will provide safe drinking water for troops based in Djibouti in the Horn of Africa.

The CI-2500 can produce 2500 liters of safe drinking water per day and can be transported for use in hundreds of locations wherever U.S. troops are stationed. Unlike water treatment systems used to provide drinking water from surface or ground water sources, Watair's innovative technology harvests water from the abundant moisture in the earth's atmosphere, filters any particulate matter and uses ultraviolet treatment to ensure the safety of the drinking water. By providing water right in the area where troops are stationed, there is no need to incur the costs and face the logistical problems caused when thousands of bottled water containers are loaded, shipped to a military installation and then unloaded and transported to a fixed military site.

Acceptance by the U.S. military of Watair's industry-leading technology provides further evidence of the growing worldwide acceptance of the Company's alternative and safe method of providing drinking water, especially where surface and ground water may not be available or water may not be treatable in an economic, feasible or technological manner.



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