MIDLAND, Texas, Jan. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- STW Resources Holding Corp. ("STW") (STWS.PK), a water reclamation services company, today announced that it has delivered its proprietary water desalinization facility to convert 700,000 gallons of brackish well water a day into rain-equivalent water for the maintenance of greens and fairways at the Midland Hills Golf Club. Under terms of the agreement, STW has received payment for designing, engineering, manufacturing, and installing its customized equipment that adds proprietary technology and a proprietary chemical mixture to a desalinization membrane technology to increase the amount of fresh water recovered and lower the cost of operation. The equipment has been delivered and will be operational in the next 10-14 days. STW CEO Stanley Weiner noted that the Ranchland desalinization facility marks an important milestone in the company's potential growth and revenue streams by broadening its business model using proprietary water reclamation technology parallel to the technology STW uses for the oil and gas industry. Weiner said, "STW has worked very closely with its engineering and manufacturing teams to assure the unit would be delivered on time and operate economically to produce a high recovery rate of fresh water from the brackish water source. "By cleaning up brackish water to use in watering the golf course, John Morrow and Kevin Leary, the owners of Ranchland Hills, are saving the scarce water resources of West Texas. They are demonstrating that they are conservation-minded and good stewards of the Midland community." About STW Resources Holding Corp. STW Resources Holding Corp. provides customized water analysis, reclamation and remediation services to a variety of complex industrial and municipal applications throughout several geographic locations. As an independent solutions provider, STW utilizes proven technologies from various well-known manufacturers. These technologies are available as fixed or mobile units with varying capabilities. STW's process ensures that the most effective and efficient technologies are implemented. Current potential project locations include the Eagle Ford Shale (TX), and the West Texas Delaware and Permian Basins (TX).