LOS ANGELES, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- August 15, 2006 -- Save the World Air, Inc. ("STWA") (
The report, which will undergo rigorous peer review before publication, will provide an overview of RAND's role in assisting STWA develop a commercially viable technology. RAND will summarize the work that was accomplished including a review of the literature on the theoretical basis for the impacts of magnets on fuel properties, a description of the lab testing process, and an overview of the market opportunities that could reduce engine emissions and approaches to product design and testing.
Eugene E. Eichler, Chief Executive Officer of STWA, stated, "I am gratified that this report will be publicly available on the RAND web site, linked to our own web site and published in the Library of Congress. We expect this report to focus on our product design and testing and the bringing of our products to growing market opportunities world-wide."
About Save the World Air, Inc.
Save the World Air, Inc. is currently engaged in the product development, initial sales and marketing of devices using proprietary technologies that can be installed on motor vehicles, motorcycles and stationary engines to reduce harmful emissions caused by internal combustion engines, as well as improve fuel efficiency and/or improve performance. The company's patented ZEFS ™ devices have been shown to reduce harmful emission, improve both fuel efficiency and enhance engine performance in repeated independent laboratory testing. The company's patent-pending CAT-MATE® devices have been shown to reduce harmful emissions in repeated independent laboratory testing. For more information, visit the company's website at www.stwa.com.
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