The United States of Water
From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, January 23, 2017
Four years ago, the Water Resources Group presented a report to the World Economic Forum, at Davos, Switzerland.
It tells the whole story: water is the game.
- Right now, the world loses at least $100 billion in productivity each year… because of droughts.
- Nearly a billion people don’t have access to safe freshwater… and that number could quadruple by 2030.
- And by then, one-third less food to feed a growing population…. because of water.
It’s a grim picture, and what can we do about it?
Our technology, as it gets out into the world, will make it possible for industry to afford to use fouled waters again.
Right now, three different organizations are negotiating with us to license in the oil and gas field in the USA alone.
They plan to spend tens of millions to roll out systems based on our technology.
And that’s in the US alone.
We acquired one company of brilliant water experts. They just did THREE utility scale projects!
We know many, many more water experts. We are in discussions with dozens of them, large and small.
It’s time to unite these experts into an effective group… what I call “The United States of Water”.
Here’s our latest video that tells the story:
Membrane Technology Conference
Hope to see you there!
Have a great week.
Riggs and Team
President & CEO
OriginClear, Inc. (OCLN)
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