Brac Systems Inc. Sells Semi-Commercial Greywater Recycling Systems to the MUMI Mining Group, South Africa

Montreal, Quebec Canada (PressExposure) August 26, 2011 -- Brac Systems Inc. (BAAD - OPEN MARKET - Frankfurt Stock Exchange) - Brac Systems announces the sale of four semi-commercial greywater recycling systems to MUMI Mining Group, South Africa.

Brac Systems Inc. is pleased to announce the sale of four semi-commercial greywater recycling systems to MUMI Mining group, South Africa. Tom Wright of Creative Energy Solutions SA (CESSA), Brac Systems Inc.'s South African representative, responsible for the MUMI Mining Group project enthused "This is a major step toward the reduction of this mining industry's carbon footprint within Africa and the preservation of our most valuable natural resource."

Dennis Yasar, president and CEO of Brac Systems currently in Costa Rica overseeing  Brac Systems expansion project in the Central and South American region stated. "Creative Energy Solutions in South Africa are to be congratulated for their splendid efforts in securing this project which we believe will develop into a strong and successful partnership within the African market."

The four semi-commercial greywater recycling systems are to be installed in the MUMI Group's new labor camp servicing sixty four single units, a recreation facility and dining hall. This new camp has been designed to allow for future expansion in which the SGW semi-commercial greywater recycling systems are the ideal solution. "The systems are modular in design, this will allow for additional greywater holding tanks to upgrade the semi-commercial greywater systems to accommodate the change in requirements of the camp." said Mr. Wright.

Four further labor camps are to be constructed by the MUMI Group in Africa company with the inclusion of the Brac Systems semi-commercial greywater recycling systems expected.

Mining companies throughout Africa now required to lower their carbon footprint and CESSA are well positioned to provide real solutions for this, and a multitude of other industries. "We are currently working on numerous projects in Southern and Central Africa in the tourism and commercial industries as well as private and public buildings which will establish Brac Systems as the preferred choice, not only for greywater recycling but also rainwater harvesting and blackwater treatment." said Mr. Wright.

This sale in South Africa provides additional encouragement that this continent will prove to be of significant value for both Brac Systems and CESSA with increasing confidence in the emergence of Africa to be a strong and profitable market.

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Suzanne Holbrook

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Press Release Submitted On: August 26, 2011 at 5:39 am
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