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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.
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.
Bill Charneski previews his upcoming presentation at the 2017 Annual Convention and Exposition of the Association of Water Technologies in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He discusses the power of a network of small, agile water integrators able to serve end users seamlessly and at the highest levels of quality.
You and I care about only one thing: the water we drink. CEO Riggs Eckelberry briefs the Big Biz audience on how OriginClear is moving quickly to address the drugs, the hormones, the solvents and the pesticides in the water.
On the heels of his success in Kern County's oil country, OriginClear partner Talbott Howard comes on the Big Biz Show to discuss how ECT is solving big water problems and creating a network to roll them out.
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.
OriginClear CEO Riggs Eckelberry discusses how the need for clean water is driving demand for solutions and great companies, and how decentralized water treatment will create clusters of technology and service companies - the United States of Water.
Views of the Kern County, CA, facility where ECT's ECOPOD, Powered By OriginClear, is pre-treating water without chemicals or adding anything to the water. Includes an excerpt from an interview of Christine Zimmerman, Regulatory Affairs Advisor for Valley Water Management, the cooperative managing Produced water for many Kern County oil producers.
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.
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Industrial water users are increasingly outsourcing their treatment needs to regionally based water service companies. However, the water treatment industry is fragmented, and there must be an aggregation of customers to fully realize market potential. The OriginClear Group™ plans to become a major U.S. player in the water solutions provider business by consolidating smaller, expert, more agile water treatment companies under one single global group.