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April 11, 2016

OriginClear Revenue Increases Six Times in 2015

On the Youtoo America Network, the Biz Brew Show interviews Riggs Eckelberry on record revenue increase and water treatment breakthroughs in China and Bakersfield.

February 29, 2016

TRAILER: California’s Great Drought: Can The Oil Industry Help?

Despite this winter's rains, California is still mired in a multi-year drought. The problem seems unsolvable, but help may come from an unexpected source. This documentary boldly explores new ground in the search for solutions as the state looks for ways to keep the water flowing.
See the full documentary here.

Announcements

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.
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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.
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In The News

CEO of the Year, California  
March 11, 2016

CEO of the Year, California

AI Global Media: "Looking to the future we plan to become a major player in the outsourced water treatment business in North America.... In order to achieve this we plan to acquire other firms working in the industry, as well as establish our technology as a de facto standard in first-stage water clarification."
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CSUB engineering students work closely with L.A. company to tackle wastewater treatment  
March 11, 2016

CSUB engineering students work closely with L.A. company to tackle wastewater treatment

The Bakersfield California: "“If they do develop something to solve that problem here,” he said, “it could be also part of a global solution.” - Dr. Luis Cabrales"
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