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October 26, 2017

Does the U.S. really only recycle 1% of water?

CEO Riggs Eckelberry reports on commercial breakthroughs in Malaysia and India, OriginClear's footprint in multiple markets, and an interesting fact about which countries recycle the most water.

August 29, 2017

OriginClear at Water Solutions 2

At Sustain OC's Water Solutions 2 conference, Riggs Eckelberry presented OriginClear’s current mission to address the micro-toxins remaining in drinkable water, the timetable for development, and planned launch with an early commercial champion.

Announcements

Company’s initial guidance ahead of quarterly filings indicates revenues on growth trend

OriginClear, Inc., today issued preliminary guidance that its Dallas-based subsidiary, Progressive Water Treatment (PWT) more than doubled its revenue from the second to the third quarter.
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Full-duty commercial system builds on to lab and pilot unit manufacturing capabil

OriginClear, Inc. announced that its Asian subsidiary has manufactured the company’s first standalone commercial system, and is preparing to ship it to a Chinese industrial customer. This is a compact, full-duty commercial system that uses OriginClear’s Advanced Oxidation Process, AOx™, to remove ammonia from high-salinity effluent from an electrode-plating facility. OriginClear deploys AOx by itself, when water is already free of suspended solids.
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In The News

Rounding Up Glyphosate’s Threat To Drinking Water  
October 12, 2017

Rounding Up Glyphosate’s Threat To Drinking Water

Water Online: "In the meantime, while researchers conduct studies to understand the exact dangers of glyphosate’s presence in our water, OriginClear is focused on ending its presence in our water once and for all."
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Hurricane season has completely overwhelmed wastewater treatment centers in Florida and Texas  
September 14, 2017

Hurricane season has completely overwhelmed wastewater treatment centers in Florida and Texas

Quartz: "OriginClear is working with local affiliates to send industrial water filter machines capable of cleaning water from oil spills to the affected areas."
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