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Ambient Water Corporation -  AWGI 
Atmospheric Water Generators


http://ambientwater.com/en/
 

Listen to The Water Values Podcast featuring our CEO Keith White.

Ambient Water CEO, Keith White, joins The Water Values Podcast for a fantastic discussion about Ambient Water’s unique distributed water solution. Keith takes us on the creative journey in which he conceptualized and tested a unit that could make safe, potable water out of the humidity in the air. After a long journey, he’s developed the technology and is now commercializing it with products that can help water poor areas with not only the provision of safe drinking water but also food supply and climate controlled shelter. You’ll be amazed with the distributed water solution that Ambient Water can provide and all the indirect benefits that result from the Ambient Water source of safe drinking water.
 





 
Photos of install of the AW400 in Houston Tx
 
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Ambient Water 800

Ambient Water 800 is a commercial and industrial system
that can produce up to 800 gallons of clean drinking water
per day, from the air. It is ideally suited for applications
such as:

  • Resorts and Hotels
    Apartment Buildings
    Hospitals
    Disaster Response
    Community drinking water
    Hydroponics






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Ambient Water 20K

The oil and gas industry is very water intensive. We are developing a customized system to produce clean water from the air for use in oil and gas fracking operations. This will reduce the oil and gas industry’s draw on municipal water supplies and enable cost-effective, environmentally friendly and sustainable energy exploration to power our modern world.






Model 2500
AWGI now selling this prodcut in Mexico and Peru
Also being sold ( as Aquaboy)  in retail outlets such as Walmart, Sears, Offic Depot and Office Max
 and online retailers Amazon and Ebay
See the following links:


https://www.amazon.com/Atmospheric-Water-Solutions-G2C-Generator/dp/B00BW5GLJQ/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1481207722&sr=8-1&keywords=aquaboy 

http://www.sears.com/atmospheric-water-solutions-aquaboy-atmospheric-water-generator-grey/p-SPM8745365808?redirectType=SKIP_LEVEL

https://www.walmart.com/search/?query=atmospheric%20water%20generator

http://www.officedepot.com/catalog/search.do?Ntt=aquaboy


http://www.ebay.com/itm/Atmospheric-Water-Solutions-G2C-Aquaboy-Atmospheric-Water-Generator-Grey/381666147803?_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851&_trkparms=aid%3D222007%26algo%3DSIC.MBE%26ao%3D2%26asc%3D38530%26meid%3D5bc4238114fa474c8399fd6ac7206026%26pid%3D100005%26rk%3D5%26rkt%3D6%26sd%3D252629235025


                          
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Model 2500
 

Atmospheric water generation company to supply H2O to Ballast Point, Stone Brewing and Rock Bottom

 
 
 
Ambient Water

Dig this atmospheric water generator from Ambient Water. It pulls humidity from the air and then filters it to turn it into consumable water. That water will then be taken to the breweries for their use.

Ambient Water, a leading provider of atmospheric water generation systems for extracting water from humidity in the air, recently announced an agreement to supply three craft breweries with water produced from its atmospheric water generation systems to brew special condensation-based beers. The three breweries include Ballast Point Brewing Co., Stone Brewing Co. and Rock Bottom Brewery.

The company’s flagship atmospheric water generator, the AW400, has been installed adjacent to UCSD’s Jacobs Medical Center, a state-of-the-art 245-bed medical and surgical specialty hospital opened in November of 2016. It is now fully functional onsite producing hundreds of gallons of potable water per day, to be used for landscaping (since there is no emergency situation, which is when the machine would serve in providing drinking water). However, Ambient Water is working with three of San Diego’s finest and largest local breweries to begin providing the water for craft beer brewing, an opportunity that could provide an additional and sustainable water source.

“Water is obviously a key ingredient to the beer brewing process, so this is intriguing for us. The system generates clean and pure water, making it a great water source for brewers and the perfect canvas for exploring new styles and flavors,” said Julia Cain, director of research and development at Ballast Point. “Utilizing Ambient Water’s atmospheric water generators could provide us with the water we need while bolstering our precious water supply. Plus, it’s a great story to tell people they are drinking beer with natural condensation in it. Unique stories like that are what craft beer is all about.”

The greatest benefit of the water produced from Ambient Water to the breweries is its purity. This allows the breweries to add their own ingredients to it to mimic water tastes from around the world, and brew beers that have never been tasted before. Water from an Ambient Water atmospheric water generator has only 7 ppm (particles per million), as compared to water from the City of San Diego that has 700 ppm.

“We are excited about this unique opportunity to work with three great breweries and further showcase the purity and drinkability of the water produced by our atmospheric water generators,” said Keith White, CEO, Ambient Water. “Americans consume a lot of beer, and water is the main ingredient. Breweries, especially those producing craft, are seeking a sustainable water source that is cost efficient but also pure, allowing them to manipulate taste specific to the beer they are creating. We believe this partnership will open doors for us within the market and allow for us to bring value back to our shareholders.”

A 2012 study by The Beer Institute reports that the U.S. consumed an estimated 6.3 billion gallons of beer within that calendar year. As beer is made up of 90 to 95 percent water, the market opportunity for a sustainable source that produces water that is pure is quite significant. There are more than 2,800 craft breweries in the United States alone, providing Ambient Water with a significant market for its atmospheric water generation technology.



 




Board of Directors

Keith White - CEO and CTO - Chairman of the Board
Keith White is the Chief Executive Officer and Chief Technology Officer of the Company.  He is a co-founder of AWG International, Inc. During the past 13 years, Mr. White has designed and developed a number of air-to-water appliances and has gained extensive expertise in the technology. Additionally, Mr. White’s efforts have resulted in a number of patents and patent applications for air-to-water devices. Mr. White has worked with a number of different manufacturers and suppliers to develop and deliver cost effective and reliable designs for atmospheric water generators ranging from personal/residential use equipment to commercial equipment.


Keith White
CEO and CTO
(888)757-3294 ext. 102
(702)522-1621 ext. 102

keith@ambientwater.com



Jeff Stockdale - President and COO - Director
Jeff Stockdale is the President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company. Mr. Stockdale holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University. From March 2008 to April 2012, Mr. Stockdale was the Vice President of Hardware Systems for Isilon Systems of Seattle, a leading supplier of Network Attached Storage Devices, now a subsidiary of EMC Corporation of Hopkinton, MA. During his tenure at Isilon, Mr. Stockdale served as Vice-President of Hardware Systems. He was responsible for development and delivery of all hardware platforms for Isilon including firmware and manufacturing related test tools. He was responsible for all hardware related efforts at Isilon, a leader in scale-out Network Attached Storage solutions. Hardware included platform design, delivery, and support including chassis design, electrical design, manufacturing test environment, diagnostics and utilities. His team designed and delivered world class storage platforms that lead the industry in performance and scalability. Isilon was acquired by EMC for $2.25 billion in 2011. From August 2006 to March 2008, Mr. Stockdale was General Manager for Lockdown Networks of Seattle, Washington, a startup company in the Network Security sector, serving as General Manager of Platforms and also had responsibility for manufacturing operations. He was responsible for all aspects of the hardware platforms that Lockdown delivered including specifications, vendor selection, customization, branding implementation, regulatory compliance, cost/margin tracking and improvement, manufacturing test, manufacturing, and fulfillment. He was also responsible for inventory management driven by sales forecast, minimizing inventory on hand, maximizing inventory turns and ensuring reliable product delivery within 24 hours of Sales Order receipt.

Jeff T. Stockdale
Chief Operating Officer
(888)757-3294 ext. 106

(702)522-1621 ext. 106
jeff.stockdale@ambientwater.com 



Michael Wende - Director
Michael Wende received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas and a M.S in Electrical Engineering from the University of Idaho. From September 2013 to January 2014, Mr. Wende has and is currently under contract with Itron, Inc. From February 2011 through May 2013, he was Engineering Project Manager for Flyback Energy, Inc., responsible for Flyback's first production product. From November 1999 through July 2010, he acted as an Engineering Product Manager, Lead Marketing Engineer and R&D Engineering Manager and strategic marketing leader on cellular equipment for Agilent Technologies, Inc. Mr. Wende evaluates technology and engineering expertise of privately held companies on behalf of investor groups.



 
 
 


 
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AWGI News: Annual Report (10-k) 03/31/2017 01:56:28 PM
AWGI News: Current Report Filing (8-k) 02/01/2017 01:53:24 PM
AWGI News: Information Statement - All Other (definitive) (def 14c) 12/28/2016 03:45:53 PM
AWGI News: Proxy Statement - Other Information (preliminary) (pre 14c) 12/14/2016 05:11:34 PM
AWGI News: Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) 12/02/2016 01:17:56 PM
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#13396  Sticky Note AWGI: 10Q for period ending March 31,2017: Renee 05/15/17 05:24:51 PM
#12706  Sticky Note AWGI DD Multi-Bagger 04/23/17 08:51:46 PM
#13465   does anyone here expect a PR about the bostonjimmy 05/28/17 10:14:26 AM
#13463   I'm still laughing at Leroy Jenkins!!!! And I TravO 05/26/17 01:51:48 AM
#13462   Hahaha! TravO 05/25/17 08:11:29 AM
#13461   LEEEERROYYYYY JAAAAANKINNNS RIPHarambe 05/24/17 10:24:22 PM
#13460   Get ready fellas RIPHarambe 05/24/17 10:24:05 PM
#13459   Hmmmmmm RIPHarambe 05/24/17 10:23:52 PM
#13454   wondered why .0003 was thick then see all koolmc 05/23/17 10:38:33 AM
#13453   Yes,I kind of agree with the past comments,there's bcraig1688 05/22/17 10:12:35 PM
#13452   Partnerships Sales Events and in particular. Raising the AS to Sponsoring Thought Capital 05/22/17 07:36:00 PM
#13451   What'd they lie about RIPHarambe 05/22/17 07:21:12 PM
#13450   0001's coming. Jeff and Keith are masterful Sponsoring Thought Capital 05/22/17 06:42:18 PM
#13449   Except that they have been doing these partnerships veg 05/22/17 06:11:00 PM
#13448   Trading hands, nothing wrong with that. Remember they RIPHarambe 05/22/17 04:26:02 PM
#13447   Massive selloff in the last hour. AWGI ChillinZX 05/22/17 04:11:19 PM
#13446   No. It's good exposure. In my ChillinZX 05/22/17 03:17:36 PM
#13445   let's be real; it would take much more bostonjimmy 05/22/17 01:59:42 PM
#13444   Sure is alot of volume though. bcraig1688 05/22/17 11:03:55 AM
#13443   An international phone call would be what, $5 ChillinZX 05/22/17 10:46:38 AM
#13441   I would think that's next to impossible with bostonjimmy 05/22/17 10:36:10 AM
#13440   Good point! Whoisit 05/22/17 10:14:04 AM
#13439   This may take some time before it takes Whoisit 05/22/17 10:10:39 AM
#13438   With all the tweets they post about drought ChillinZX 05/22/17 09:56:13 AM
#13437   It's the weekend, markets are closed, most businesses ChillinZX 05/22/17 09:29:37 AM
#13436   koolmc, here with AWGI... stervc 05/22/17 08:20:36 AM
#13435   Not much to say anymore have to wait herbster 05/22/17 07:55:59 AM
#13434   The silence here of late has been defeaning. bostonjimmy 05/21/17 04:58:12 PM
#13433   A Hobson's choice to be sure, especially since bostonjimmy 05/20/17 07:17:25 AM
#13432   This company is sure becoming an albatross around Doc Hollywood 05/19/17 09:39:46 PM
#13431   I'll put in an order at the end ChillinZX 05/19/17 10:34:55 AM
#13430   Abject surrender. bostonjimmy 05/19/17 10:21:36 AM
#13429   IMO this co is on death watch. bostonjimmy 05/19/17 10:19:42 AM
#13428   Yikes haha. What an idiot RIPHarambe 05/19/17 09:57:49 AM
#13427   Someone just took a huge loss selling 15 ChillinZX 05/19/17 09:39:42 AM
#13426   http://preparmy.org/health/effect-new-birth-due-water-contaminated-arsenic/ RIPHarambe 05/19/17 08:50:58 AM
#13425   It's coming. IMO AWGI GLTA OrangeShovel 05/19/17 08:35:29 AM
#13424   AWGI still holding should see nice pop soon ;-) MG-Trader 05/19/17 04:28:00 AM
#13423   decent hits at .0003 today koolmc 05/18/17 09:43:15 PM
#13422   Another interest conversion will come and there will logytwo 05/17/17 09:55:03 AM
#13421   Yeah were all Gamblers, if it goes, it bcraig1688 05/17/17 09:37:13 AM
#13420   Let's hope not. Something has to come from herbster 05/16/17 08:35:25 PM
#13419   You don't have to look for the negative logytwo 05/16/17 02:49:31 PM
#13418   I don't think so. gotgoals 05/16/17 02:39:42 PM
#13417   Boy, for now, this stock is dead money. Doc Hollywood 05/16/17 02:26:16 PM
#13416   I would respectfully submit that not many people bostonjimmy 05/16/17 01:39:49 PM
#13415   I'm looking at the facts agnostic to what bostonjimmy 05/16/17 01:34:56 PM
#13414   Because the report is so horrendous, everyone is ChillinZX 05/16/17 11:18:32 AM
#13413   Again, if your only looking for the negative, ChillinZX 05/16/17 11:12:11 AM
#13411   Your are like a drunk in denial. bostonjimmy 05/16/17 11:09:23 AM
#13410   do u consider that good? LOL bostonjimmy 05/16/17 11:00:34 AM
#13409   If they sell nothing all year, it is ChillinZX 05/16/17 10:59:48 AM
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