Healixa, Inc. (OTC PINK: EMOR) (“Healixa”, or the “Company”), a technology company focusing on building and acquiring innovative and disruptive technologies in the health-tech, clean water and green-tech industries, is pleased to release that Rep. Denver Riggleman, a member of Healixa’s Advisory Board, has commented on the Company’s recent acquisition of the patents and marks for Atmospheric Water Harvesting® (“AWH™”), a game changing clean water technology that can harvest potable water directly from the atmosphere almost anywhere on earth with minimal energy.
“Healixa’s recently acquired Atmospheric Water Harvesting® technology is a very exciting addition to the Company’s diverse portfolio,” commented Rep. Riggleman. “Not only do I believe that the technology offers Healixa an opportunity to capture a piece of the soon-to-be GLOBAL $450+ billion water industry, but I believe it is a testament to Healixa’s commitment to enabling widespread access to healing technologies through ethical engineering innovations.”
The water and water treatment market size is expected to reach $456.68 Billion by 2026 according to Fortune Business Insights™. Additionally, the report states that the growth in recent years was driven by the increasing number of water and wastewater treatment plants across the world. However, our new AWH™ technology can accomplish the same goal but in a much cleaner, safer and less expensive way. This technology would significantly reduce the need for such plants and as a result we expect to be able to quickly take significant market share in this fast-growing market. To this end Healixa is currently awaiting a prototype that is expected to be ready for testing in the next several weeks. Helixa already has had several government agencies and large companies express interest in our AWH™ technology and is projecting initial orders of potentially several hundreds of thousands of the AWH™ machines.
“This technology has the ability to change the game on the current clean water crisis that is accelerating throughout the world,” said Ian Parker, CEO of Healixa. “Given that every day more than 800 children under 5 dies from lack of clean uncontaminated water we are moving expeditiously to get this product to market. Quite frankly, everyday counts.” “This is a perfect example of our methodology of doing well for our investors and shareholders while doing good and help to improve the world around us” added Mr. Parker.
This AWH™ technology, to be known as the Global Acquaduct®, furthers Healixa’s mission to provide fundamental pillars for sustainable communities through novel technology. Healixa now has the ability to make a major impact on the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, which aims to provide universal access to clean water and sanitation by 2030.
About Healixa Inc.
Healixa is a technology company focusing on building and acquiring innovative and disruptive technologies in the health-tech, clean water generation and green-tech industries. Healixa embraces innovation by combining its intellectual properties, patents, strategic collaborations, and partnerships to create a “LaunchPad” of disruptive sustainable products.
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