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New boiler feedwater treatment plant utilizes all Dow Chemical products

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that Minnesota-based public utility, Xcel Energy (NYSE:XEL), awarded the company’s subsidiary, Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT) a large-scale contract for a boiler feedwater treatment system. The contract totals nearly two million dollars and uniquely utilizes all Dow Chemical (NYSE:DOW) products, including Ultrafiltration (UF), Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Electrodeionization (EDI) processes. Read More

Riggs Eckelberry comments on the company’s stability, revenue and performance as it looks to 2016

OriginClear, Inc., announced today that its CEO Riggs Eckelberry is featured in a comprehensive "text" interview with Princeton NJ based Kinsley Street Investors Group (KSI). Read More

Massively combining three functions on one Reverse Osmosis system makes for company’s largest single unit to date

OriginClear, Inc., today announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), has commissioned, or put into operation, a 750 gallon per minute (GPM) ) Multiple Media Filtration, Softener and Reverse Osmosis (RO) system for a 75,000 barrel-per-day refinery operated by Delek Refining in Tyler, Texas. Valued at more than $1 million, paid before the OriginClear acquisition, the water processing system is PWT’s largest single unit to date, and includes advanced process technologies that are new to the refinery and its operators. Read More

New partner pledges $1 million over two months and completes first payment of $150,000

OriginClear, Inc., and its master licensee for China, OriginClear Hong Kong (OCHK), today announced that OCHK recently signed a binding Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to launch a sales joint venture (JV) in the People’s Republic of China and the Republic of China (Taiwan). The JV partner is Mr. Ming Xu, an inventor and owner of a ceramic materials factory in mainland China. Read More

Wisconsin joint venture to manufacture systems for agricultural effluent reuse using Electro Water Separation

OriginClear Inc, and and Renewable Water Technologies (RWT), a spin-off of Wisconsin’s Renewable Algae Group, plan to form a joint venture (JV) to offer complete treatment solutions for agricultural effluent reclamation, with a focus on dairies equipped with anaerobic digestion systems. Read More

2014 numbers are profitable and forecasted to repeat in 2015

OriginClear announced today today the completion of an independent audit of its subsidiary, Progressive Water Treatment, Inc. (PWT). The independent audit was disclosed in a Form 8-K filed with the SEC and reported that PWT’s 2014 sales were $6,075,108, with net income of $813,747, or a 13.4 percent net profit margin. Read More

Paper will be presented at International Water Conference (IWC), 15-19 November, in Orlando

TriSep and OriginClear announced today the results from field-testing of a combined treatment system in a joint paper, “Produced Water Treatment for Reuse in Cyclic Steam Boilers and Crop Irrigation”, authored by TriSep and OriginClear. The paper confirms that electrochemical treatment and polishing membranes eliminate detectable levels of oil, enabling water reuse in agriculture and steam boilers. Paper findings will be presented at the International Water Conference (IWC) being held in Orlando, Florida November 15-19, 2015. Read More

New toolkit could help eliminate contamination which can cut value of crude oil by 10%

OriginClear announced today that its proprietary electro-oxidation technology effectively removes 96 percent of bacteria and 97 percent of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) from produced water, without chemicals. Results were reported after lab and field testing on produced water from the Eagle Ford shale using OriginClear’s new Electro-Oxidation (EO) Toolkit. Read More

Previously-rejected water can now be a freshwater source for up to a third of Horizon City’s residents

OriginClear Inc., today announced that a system built by its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), is recovering 700 gallons per minute (gpm) of previously-rejected water at the existing RO treatment plant in Horizon City, Texas. The recovered water is being blended with raw well water for consumption as city drinking water. Read More

First transaction in company’s corporate strategy to rapidly acquire leading U.S. water service companies

OriginClear Inc., today announced it has acquired 100 percent of Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), a profitable and fast-growing designer, builder and service provider for a wide range of industrial water treatment applications. Read More

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