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Experts Predict Growing Water Shortages in Many Parts of USA

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The article mentioned an October 2010 report on water risk by an environmental research and sustainability group, Ceres, as well as a July 2010 report from the Natural Resources Defense Council, which indicated high risk areas for potential water shortage conflicts.

The article stated that the 10 largest US cities with potential water problems are:

1- Los Angeles, CA
2- Houston, TX
3- Phoenix, AZ
4- San Antonio, TX
5- San Francisco Bay Area, CA
6-Fort Worth, TX
7- Las Vegas, NV
8- Tucson, AZ
9- Atlanta, GA
10- Orlando, FL

ADB International Group, Inc.'s wholly owned subsidiary, Centriforce Technology Corp. ("Centriforce"), believes that its technology provides a potential solution for future water shortage problems in many parts of the USA and the world.
"Centriforce's advanced desalination system uses its patent-pending multi-stage flashing technology to supply potable water from saltwater or brackish water sources," stated Matthew Schulman, President of Centriforce Technology Corporation. "Independent testing has proven that Centriforce's system is more efficient and more economical than currently available reverse osmosis systems," he added.

Centriforce believes that its technology will play an important part in the ongoing effort to address the world's looming water shortage problems. Humanity cannot survive without fresh water, and this is becoming a very high priority for government and industrial organizations. Centriforce's competitive advantage will be its ability to deliver fresh, potable water at a lower cost than its competitors.