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Modernizing this power plant’s water treatment could reduce both costs and CO2 emissions
OriginClear, Inc., announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), was awarded a key contract, valued at about $700,000, for upgrading and expanding a large boiler feedwater treatment system at a power plant in the Northeast. In the upgrade, a modern ultrafiltration pretreatment system will feed both an existing and an expanded reverse osmosis system. This upgrade/expansion project will bring the existing plant from 400 to 800 GPM production.
PWT contributes $1 million in 4th quarter and lines up $2.7 million in sales orders for 2016
OriginClear, Inc., announced today that its 2015 revenue estimates show a dramatic improvement over previous years. Revenue, an estimated $1,170,000 in 2015, increased by 700%, year over year, from 2014 which was approximately $200,000. The bulk of the increase came from the new subsidiary, Progressive Water Treatment, which began to contribute its revenues in the 4th Quarter, when the acquisition closed.
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Water & Wastes Digest: "Revenue, an estimated $1,170,000 in 2015, increased by 700%, year over year, from 2014 which was approximately $200,000."
Filtration + Separation: "Minnesota-based public utility Xcel Energy has awarded OriginClear Inc’s Progressive Water Treatment Inc (PWT) a contract valued at nearly US$2 million for a boiler feedwater treatment system."