VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 05, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Biish Maadziwin (Water of Life), an Indigenous-owned company from Peterborough, Ontario, seeks to make clean drinking water available to all First Nation communities in Canada. The company will present the revolutionary Rainmaker Worldwide Water-to-Water unit at the Assembly of First Nations National Water Symposium and Trade Show held February 6 – 8, at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver.

Supporting Community Independence

Biish Maadziwin offers custom water solutions designed to meet the needs of each community or business. This provides communities with water independence, as well as the opportunity for a partnership that prioritizes a strong, self-sustainable local economy. Biish Maadziwin customizes the implementation of water systems to serve communities of any size or geographic location. These units can serve communities of 200 to 30,000 people and can be deployed to serve First Nations in remote, isolated areas.

Since our water technology’s on-the-ground footprint is small, communities have greater flexibility in locating the equipment. Units can be on site as soon as 90 days after purchase order and operational within 14 days after containers arrive.

Steve Daynes, President of Biish Maadziwin said, “It is my personal priority to work with my fellow community members from an Indigenous perspective while at this important Symposium. We look forward to demonstrating Rainmaker’s Water-to-Water technology and we are confident that it meets the pressing demands of our many Indigenous communities.”

Michael O’Connor, President of Rainmaker Worldwide said, “We’re very pleased to be working closely with Biish Maadziwin. We believe we offer the best solution for helping Canada’s Indigenous communities upgrade their water infrastructure. It’s time to do away with ‘boil water’ or ‘do not consume’ advisories.”

Environmentally-friendly, Affordable, Customizable to Community Requirements

Biish Maadziwin offers Water-to-Water technology that produces pure drinking water from contaminated, brackish or sea water. Each unit can deliver from 37,500 to 150,000 liters per day and are designed to work within Canada’s climate.

These systems are powered by wind, solar, or a hybrid thereof to produce water at a very affordable cost per liter. Options are also available for grid and generator power. There are no harmful chemicals used in production, and only minimal maintenance is required for the machines.

About Biish Maadziwin

Biish Maadziwin’s priority is to make clean drinking water available to Indigenous communities across Canada. We are working with First Nations to implement water treatment infrastructures, as well as with countries around the world to emphasize an alternative option for communities looking for clean water solutions.

We understand the importance of clean water, and strive to contribute to the growth of healthy, sustainable, and vibrant communities. We are proud to provide communities with a sustainable solution to contaminated water that is less costly and more environmentally friendly than other water treatments.

About Rainmaker Worldwide Inc.

Rainmaker Worldwide Inc. (OTC:RAKR) is headquartered in Peterborough, Canada, with an innovation and manufacturing center in Rotterdam, Netherlands. Our patented water technology provides economical drinking water at scale wherever it’s needed.

Our key global markets are:

  1. The humanitarian sector where we are helping to bring safe drinking water to over 800 million people who are living without access to clean water
  2. The commercial sector with a focus on oil and gas, agri-food and mining that needs a cost-effective, environmentally-friendly solution for cleaning their wastewater

Rainmaker builds two types of energy-efficient, fresh water-producing technologies:

  1. Air-to-Water, which harvests fresh water from the air
  2. Water-to-Water, which transforms seawater or polluted water into drinking water

The technology is both wind and solar powered, is deployable anywhere, and leaves no carbon traces. We also offer options for hybrid, grid and diesel-powered models.

Air-to-Water units are available in three standard sizes, producing 5,000, 10,000 or 20,000 liters of drinking water per unit per day. Water-to-Water units are also available in three standard sizes producing 37,500, 75,000 or 150,000 liters per unit per day. In the humanitarian sector, Rainmaker technology is suitable for communities of 200 to 30,000 people, depending on number of units deployed.

Our goal is to become a global leader in solving the worldwide water crisis. Simply put, we’re creating safe, drinking water where little or none exists.

Interested parties can access additional information about Rainmaker on the Company’s website located at http://www.rainmakerww.com.

For more information, please contact:

Biish Maadziwin – Water of Life
Steve Daynes
info@waterlives.ca
1-877-984-7569

Rainmaker Worldwide Inc.
Michael O'Connor
info@rainmakerww.com
+1-877-334-3820