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MEDIA RELEASE 7 March 2007

Local entrepreneur provides water solutions
With the growing concern for preserving water, a local resident has seen an excellent opportunity to invest in an innovative water solutions company.

Brad Moseley from Kellyville has had a growing concern for using water more efficiently for a number of years while working in the plumbing industry across Sydney for 10 years.

Brad said he had the opportunity to install a New Water Rain Reviva in early 2006 and was very impressed with the technology and simplicity of the product. He decided to acquire the New Water North West franchise which extends from Gladesville to Eastern Creek and from Homebush up to Cowan.

"My plumbing background has allowed me to meet and be a part of water saving solutions for many households. Being aware of the water crisis and the demand for water on a domestic level has led me to become a franchisee for New Water," he said.

New Water's Rain Reviva flexible bladder-tank captures rain from all sides of the roof and can collect up to 300 percent more water for washing cars, watering the garden, flushing the toilet and even operating the washing machine.

"Up to 30,000 litres of water can be stored underneath a house using the bladder-tanks, which can make a considerable difference to a household's mains pressure water usage," he said.

"New Water is a market leader in its field and provides innovative water solutions not only in the collection of rain water, but also in the recycling of grey water. This is undertaken using a system called Aqua Reviva which employs a non-chemical, biological treatment process providing households with a self-sustainable environment. The Aqua Reviva can also be powered by solar," Brad said.

All New Water products are Australian designed and made. The company also sells slimline and in-slab rainwater tanks.

New Water North West Sydney helps customers plan environmentally-friendly, sustainable and cost effective water solutions for their home.

Information is available at or call 1300 552 695.

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For further information please call Kim Larochelle on (02) 9413 4244.

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