Pure Water is about to get the best water treatment system in the industry.
CEO David Stokes said he and his team are making “historic” investments in the business and are “very excited” about the future.
“I have never done it before,” Stokes told FOX Sports.
“It’s not easy to do it, it’s not quick, it can be expensive.
It is a massive undertaking. “
We have been looking for a solution to this issue for quite some time.
It is a massive undertaking.
I don’t know how you can do it in a way that is economical and efficient.
It’s not something that we’ve ever done before.”
Stokes said Pure Water has a plan to “transform the way people live, eat, and work.”
“Pure Water will continue to invest in its operations to improve the quality of our water,” he said.
“Pure Water is in the process of acquiring a new, state-of-the-art wastewater treatment facility in Arizona.
We will continue our work on a new facility, and we will be able to provide customers with water as they desire and as they expect.”
Stokes added that Pure Water will “transform” the water treatment process.
The CEO also told FOX SPORTS he and the team are “a little bit surprised” that Pure Waters water, which is produced and bottled in California, is now being marketed as a cleaner water.
Stires said Pure Waters “is a very, very clean water” and he’s confident that PureWater will provide a superior quality product to customers.
Pure Water has been the target of a lawsuit brought by the Environmental Protection Agency over alleged contamination of groundwater.
In a lawsuit filed in April 2018, EPA officials alleged that Purewaters water was not certified to meet federal guidelines, and had exceeded the drinking water quality standard for drinking water in California.
The EPA said PureWater failed to follow drinking water standard requirements by failing to follow water quality tests and by failing “to test water for contaminants.”
The EPA is currently seeking to have the suit dismissed.
(Read more about Pure Waters)”This case is about whether or not Pure Water can be trusted with your water,” said EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt.
A spokesperson for the EPA told FOXSports.com that they are still working on the case and could not comment on specific aspects of the lawsuit.
“Pure Waters has been a leader in water conservation for more than 30 years and is committed to improving water quality in California and beyond,” the spokesperson said.
As part of its new water management plan, Pure Waters has purchased land at the company’s facility in Santa Clara, California and plans to move forward with a water project that will provide clean water to more than 6,000 people.
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