Bravo's Atmospheric Water Machines Provide an Alternative to China's Water Scarcity

| Source: Bravo Enterprises Ltd.

NEW YORK, Feb. 11, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Bravo Enterprises Ltd. (OTCBB:OGNG) reports that the Company is in talks with a potential manufacturing partner in China to manufacture the next generation AirMax 3000 home and office units. These machines are to be branded AquaPhere 220 and AquaPhere 110, an ode to the power source that the machines would be operating on.

Based on reports about the increasing demand for water and lack of accessible water, the AquaPhere 220 machines can be an alternative water source for China moving forward.

According to the National Intelligence Council (NIC) report Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds states with regard to China, "climate change, urbanization trends and middle class lifestyles will create huge water demand and crop shortages by 2030." Aside from its economic and public health costs, water scarcity also endangers economic growth and social stability.

Lack of water in China is compounded by the high levels of water pollution. Hu Siyi, vice minister at the Ministry of Water Resources stated in 2012 that up to 40 percent of China's rivers were seriously polluted after 75 billion tons of sewage and waste water were discharged into them. He also said that about two-thirds of Chinese cities are "water needy" and that nearly 300 million rural residents lack access to safe drinking water.

A 2013 report from the Geological Survey of China stated that 90% of the country's ground water is polluted. Estimates from the Ministry of Environmental Protection say that the water from approximately 25% of China's major rivers is so polluted that it couldn't be used for industry or agriculture. According to the Ministry of Supervision there are approximately 1,700 water pollution accidents annually resulting in almost 60,000 premature deaths annually.

"Taking water from the air rather than the ground makes a lot of sense in light of all available reports. We realize that not all families and businesses in China can afford to purchase the current model AirMax 3000, so part of the consideration in shifting the manufacturing of the home and office units to China instead of keeping it in South Korea is to keep costs down in order to serve the masses", states Jaclyn Cruz, President of Bravo Enterprises Ltd.

About Bravo Enterprises Ltd.:

Bravo has the exclusive manufacturing, marketing and distribution rights worldwide for its AIRMAX 3000 and AIRWELL 3000 atmospheric water harvesting machines, production models developed exclusively for the generation of clean, safe drinking water for human consumption.

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/s/ Jaclyn Cruz

Jaclyn Cruz, President           

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