In this briefing we delved into why you don't really want to be totally dependent on the government for clean water. We've been evangelizing it for years and these days even Bloomberg advocates treating water onsite for non-potable reuse… But how about "self-reliant water" — how can we make it a reality on a wide enough scale? Find out in the replay!
We've evangelized for years that what water needed was to decentralize infrastructure — something we know exactly how to do. But what about scaling it fast enough? Well our new marketing czar, AJ Fikejs, gave us a glimpse in this show and seeing him in action it was hard not to get totally enthused about the future! So what's the plan? Find out in the replay!
It's Official — Modular Water is on fire! Why? True, its killer combination of durability and affordability give it a competitive advantage, and Dan Early's clever use of continued education for water industry engineers has built MWS a booming defacto sales force… But what's the "secret sauce" and what does it mean for water's future? Find out in the replay!
The depth of the Modular Water Systems™ (MWS) competitive analysis really demonstrates its product's advantages with authority, and the phenomenal growth potential because of its perfect market position… So how will OriginClear use that strategic edge and what is the action plan for MWS in the future? Find out in the replay!
We opened this week's briefing with a hard look at how everyday Americans are being impacted by inflation and the cost of living… What they're saying about it is dire, but what does that have to do with water? EVERYTHING! Water is now the most rapidly inflating expense in the USA as covered in last weeks briefing, but this week we highlighted SOLUTIONS. From TV footage of how small communities like Coalwood WV are solving their lack of sewer by installing our modular Water Systems in a Box™, to our strategy that is rapidly scaling point of use water nationwide. And the supercharger that could ramp it all up to hyper-speed? WE HAVE IT! Find out all about it in the replay!
We covered in the briefing how college tuition is no longer our #1 inflating item… Then what is? As it turns out, studies show the most rapidly inflating expense in America is now — WATER! But what is really interesting is the secular trend tied to it that people are just starting to notice... And, that we predict will soon make it seem weird for businesses to rely on the central water sewage system! What could have that much impact? Find out in the replay!
There's always something new on the show, and tonight we showed a clip on how reverse osmosis works! But the real focus was on key issues and solutions related to bringing more people clean water… With an impacted global water supply, increasing consumer water costs and a persistent decline in infrastructure integrity making water management progressively more challenging, what can we do? We shared on the show some very smart people spotlighting our mission and solutions on prominent platforms — like the Geopolitics & Empire podcast, But the MAJOR STRATEGY we've put in play is Water On Demand™… Can it rise to the challenge? Find out in the replay!
HEADLINE: "Old failing infrastructure is flooding Florida beaches with sewage..." That's Sarasota, Daytona Beach, Boca Raton — NOT some unknown backwater, and it's becoming typical throughout the US today! Can we do anything about it? The evolving solution is decentralized water treatment with onsite modular infrastructure — called Water On Demand™. And the latest news on its merger and other exciting developments? Get it here in the replay!
What does the leading realist in the geopolitical establishment, Peter Zeihan, say about water in the coming decades? Well, the dominating trend Zeihan singles out ─ the reshoring of industry and manufacturing to North America ─ including Mexico ─ heavily depends on…WATER! So, how does Water On Demand™ meet this growing regional demand for water, in the face of widespread infrastructure failure? Find out in the replay!
We looked at what's behind the massive fish die-offs and there are several reasons. Can you guess the main one? As for our tease that we finally have a handle on it — Well, you'll actually see what we're talking about in the briefing! But our main focus is the broader crisis with water infrastructure that businesses and communities are struggling to survive… How can we rapidly make clean water accessible to them? Find out in the replay!