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AquaLiv Technologies, Inc. and Its Subsidiary, AquaLiv, Inc., Release Funding Updates
Date:5/4/2012

SEATTLE, May 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- AquaLiv Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB: AQLV) and its subsidiary, AquaLiv, Inc., have released an update concerning the previously announced $50 million capital infusion for AquaLiv, Inc. The company is also pleased to announce that it has executed a separate $3.5 million financing agreement.

In January, the company announced that its subsidiary, AquaLiv, Inc., expected the first tranche of funds from a $50 million funding round to arrive in April. Today the company released an update about the investment.

"The funder estimated that the first tranche of funds should be issued in April, but it is going to take longer," stated AquaLiv CEO, Craig Hoffman. "The Conditional Commitment Letter issued by the funder does not expire until June 15, so apparently they did anticipate this could take additional time to put together."

According to the company, the funding deal is progressing even though definitive contracts have not yet been issued. The funder requested an additional large package of underwriting documents on April 2nd and AquaLiv delivered the requested documents on April 13th. At this time, no further documentation has been requested.

"We hope to have more updates on this funding soon," added Mr. Hoffman. "However, in light of the economic environment and the difficulty in raising capital, we have continued with additional fundraising efforts during this period. This is not an indication of our confidence in the funding group, but a prudent business hedge for our future."

As part of that effort, the company recognized the need for its own funding separate from AquaLiv, Inc. In order to strengthen its operations and capital structure, the company executed a $3.5 million financing agreement. The company views the terms on the funding as significantly better than the cost of funds to the company previously.

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