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    Posted May 28, 2014 by
    XavierC123
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    Glendora, California 91740, California
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    Severe weather

    New Study Forecasts More Drought

     

    May 27, 2014
    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

     

    XavierC, LLC
    1220 Pennell Drive
    Glendora, California 91740

     


    New Study Forecasts More Drought

     

    Survival Guide Offers Instant, Low Cost Solution

     

    (Glendora, CA) A study just released by the University of California, Davis' Center for Watershed Sciences says the state's ongoing dry conditions will deal a "severe blow" to irrigated agriculture and farm communities in California's Central Valley.

     

    The third year of the current drought has leaders scrambling to cope with the impossible task of delivering much needed supplies to agricultural, industrial and residential users. Due to the urgency of this situation, XavierC, LLC, a southern California based company, has decided to present a proactive solution.

     

    In their ‘Official Drought Survival Guide,’ presented free to visitors of their website, they offer 3 practical, low cost, environmentally friendly steps to counteract the ill effects of the severe drought. They include: 1) Protect What You Have, 2) Calculate the Cost and 3) Implement the Solution. According to media consultant Glenn Freeman, the company has rushed a low cost, environmentally friendly breakthrough into production and is making this available to city and municipal reservoir operators across the nation.
    This breakthrough consists of 4 inch hollow, plastic ‘Conservation Balls.’ According to president Sydney Chase, “more water evaporates from reservoirs than is consumed by humans and over 90% of evaporation can be prevented.” Conservation balls are 4” hollow plastic spheres with a small amount of ballast inserted to prevent blowing away in high winds. These Conservation Balls are inserted in large numbers to cover any body of water.
    Not only do Conservation Balls save water and treatment chemicals from evaporation, but birds and other animals are kept out and algae is prevented from forming. The manufacture of XavierC LLC Conservation Balls are ISO 9000 certified and are NSF certified safe for placement in drinking water.

     

    Conservation Balls provide a portable floating cover that
    automatically adjusts to the water level, therefore, becoming the low cost environmentally friendly way to save thousands of dollars each month by preventing evaporation of water in reservoirs.

     

    Conservation Balls are produced in a large 90,000 square foot manufacturing facility, located in southern California. The factory is ISO 9000 certified and hollow plastic XavierC Conservation Balls are NSF certified safe for placement in drinking water and city and municipal reservoirs. The facility employs 100 full time staff operating 3 shifts up to 7 days a week to accommodate all production needs and schedules.

     

     

     


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