Revealed: How to Generate 60 gallons of Fresh Water every Day out of Thin Air

Wowzzzer's new "Create your own fresh-water supply" training provides free information for people interested in sustainable living, and others looking to solve the water shortage situation.

Houston, United States - June 30, 2020 /PressCable/ —

For all families who suffer from dry wells or depend on water trucks and bottled water to live, find out how to create your own fresh water supply. Wowzzzers.com LLC is offering a free training session on how to solve this water scarcity issue that plagues families in many parts of the country. The training will be held online and will take 20 minutes.

For full details, interested parties are encouraged to view the website at https://freshwaterhack.com/waterfreedom/home.

Areas that will be covered in the training include:

How a Simple Device, Provides 60 Gallons of Fresh Water Per Day – Wells are going dry, and families depend on bottled water and water trucks to live. This Do-it-yourself device generates fresh and uncontaminated water for all daily needs.

Reduce water bills – Less dependence on water companies and save hundreds of dollars per year

Sustainable living tips – Need to prepare the first response for the mega droughts that are coming, and other crises like hurricanes, tornados, and flooding as well as giant snowstorms.

When asked about the reasons behind the decision to provide free training on such an in-demand topic, Chris Burns, Owner of Water Freedom System said,

American families cannot afford to leave our water scarcity situation in the hands of water companies or restrictive laws, The only solution offered is to cut back the availability of water to grow food on our farms. Farmers are forced to leave fields unplanted. The other solution is to raise the prices for something everyone should be able to afford. Discover the Water Freedom System and regain control of the water needs for your family and garden

All survivalists, preppers, interested in sustainable living, as well as people who have dry wells or depend on water trucks and bottled water, can find the most up-to-date information about the free training at https://freshwaterhack.com/waterfreedom/home. Customers who have specific questions about the training itself may contact Wowzzzers.com LLC via their website.

Contact Info:
Name: Andre Amsing
Email: Send Email
Organization: Wowzzzers.com LLC
Address: 9654c Katy Freeway # 106, Houston, Texas 77055, United States
Website: https://freshwaterhack.com/waterfreedom/home

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88966510

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