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Reflects strategy to benefit from water industry decentralization

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA) has approved a change of the company’s stock ticker symbol to “OCLN” – pronounced “Oh-Clean.” Read More

1Q 2016 Revenues were up 2,985% as compared with Q1 2015, with a 50% increase over the full year

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that its revenues for the 1st Quarter of 2016 are up 54 percent over 2015 total revenues. The company continues to demonstrate growth in the wastewater treatment market through the commercialization of its EWS technology and the continued success of Progressive Water Treatment, an OriginClear subsidiary. Read More

Sets new HQ at LACI’s La Kretz Innovation Campus, plans to mentor startups in the water cluster

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that it has agreed to become a strategic partner of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI), a non-profit organization led by the City of Los Angeles and its Department of Water and Power (LADWP), that helps accelerate the commercialization of clean technologies. Read More

H2S-Neutralizer can improve well head pressure, and reduce hydrogen sulfide, with minimal environmental impact

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that Cobalt Aqua Control LLC (Cobalt) recently shipped its first commercial sale of 15 barrels of an injectable crude oil sweetening liquid, produced with OriginClear technology, to an oil operator in South Texas. Read More

Progressive Water Treatment Acquisition in Q4 Increases total 2015 revenue to about $1 Million

OriginClear, Inc., today announced that its annual 10-K filing revealed that overall revenue had increased by nearly six times, year over year, to $954,470 (from $166,195). The fourth quarter contribution from its October 1, 2015 acquisition, Progressive Water Treatment (PWT), was $773,699. Read More

Effluent contamination levels are said to be 100 times higher than home sewage

OriginClear, Inc., today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary for Asia, OriginClear Hong Kong (OCHK), plans to target the Palm Oil Mill Effluent (POME) treatment market in Malaysia. Totaling more than 65 million tonnes annually, POME effluent is widely recognized as a major environmental concern because its contamination level can be 100 times higher than domestic sewage. Read More

Water reclamation and treatment to play a critical role in natural food production

OriginClear, Inc., today announced that it has successfully developed and proven Advanced Oxidation for its breakthrough water cleanup system, Electro Water Separation™, or EWS. University laboratory tests have shown that EWS with Advanced Oxidation (EWS:AOx™) can now extract dissolved contaminants, which are otherwise difficult to remove without chemicals such as chlorine. Read More

Water reclamation and treatment to play a critical role in natural food production

OriginClear, Inc., today announced that it is a founding member of a CEO Summit designed to address truth in labeling and natural processing methods. The inaugural Summit will be held on March 12, 2016, during Natural Products Expo West, beginning at 3:30pm at Morton’s Steakhouse in Anaheim, California. Kantha Shelke, PhD, food scientist and mainstream journalist for Bloomberg, TIME, and Newsweek, will moderate. Read More

CSU Bakersfield teams up with OriginClear to treat industry wastewater for agricultural benefit

OriginClear, Inc., announced today its growing research and commercialization activities in California’s Monterey Shale region, with a focus on treating produced water for reuse. The company’s collaboration with California State University at Bakersfield, has garnered interest from area oil producers who are seeking to comply with new, tougher regulations, and farmers who are looking for new, safe sources of irrigation water. Read More

Modernizing this power plant’s water treatment could reduce both costs and CO2 emissions

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), was awarded a key contract, valued at about $700,000, for upgrading and expanding a large boiler feedwater treatment system at a power plant in the Northeast. In the upgrade, a modern ultrafiltration pretreatment system will feed both an existing and an expanded reverse osmosis system. This upgrade/expansion project will bring the existing plant from 400 to 800 GPM production. Read More