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March 30, 2017

How OriginClear Supports On-Site Water Processing

On the Big Biz Show, how OriginClear’s technology is being scaled up in the oil and gas industry, and how building a group of water companies will help users clean their water right at the point of use.

March 19, 2017

OriginClear attracts licensees in Kern County

Last year, OriginClear demonstrated to California’s oil industry that it could clean its Produced water better and faster, and now licensees are bidding for the technology.

Announcements

Improvement of capital structure follows key technology announcement, record revenues and gross profits

OriginClear, Inc., today announced that a 1-for-35 reverse stock split will be effective as of the opening of trading on Wednesday, April 12, 2017. The number of shares issued and outstanding of common stock will be reduced from just over 1 billion to approximately 30 million. Investors should note that for 20 trading days after the reverse stock split, the ticker symbol of the company's common stock will change to OCLND.
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Regional partnership for proving program signed at provincial government ceremony

OriginClear, Inc., today announced its partnership with a regional organization in the Chinese province of Shandong for remediation of a shale gas site operated by the government-owned Sinopec Group, Asia's largest oil and gas company, and the second largest in the world, as listed in the Fortune Global 500.
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In The News

OriginClear partners with Florida university to test leachate treatment solutions  
March 28, 2017

OriginClear partners with Florida university to test leachate treatment solutions

Waste Today: "OriginClear already implements its technology in East Asia and is testing solutions for North America at Florida Atlantic University."
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Circular water companies make a splash heard ‘round the world  
March 22, 2017

Circular water companies make a splash heard ‘round the world

GreenBiz: ""We go to the early adopters first," said OriginClear CEO Riggs Eckelberry. The cost-effectiveness of the new technology allows him to predict a future in which companies operate decentralized, on-site water treatment centers that recycle dirty water and push it to points of use."
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