From: Riggs Eckelberry
Los Angeles, July 13, 2015
Bloomberg: "California Farms Are Using Drilling Wastewater to Grow Crops"
The story broke last Wednesday and was picked up by the Washington Post and the Houston Chronicle's Fuel Fix...
Bloomberg's headline photo showed our own team of Nicholas Eckelberry and Lee Portillo hard at work proving our technology for cleaning up all that oil water for irrigation!
New, cheaper technologies
Bloomberg reports that recycling is taking off because... it's getting cheaper.
|Operators don’t need to use expensive cleaning techniques to make wastewater suitable for drilling. Instead, less extensive but cheaper treatment is proving good enough, an insight that could help the practice take off elsewhere...|
But quality is a major concern. Environmentalists want to make sure the water used for irrigation is safe.
Our ultra-efficient technology can both help lower costs, and ensure clean water as well.
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We've helped make a documentary about this — it's called The California Drought: Can Something Be Done?
Check out the trailer here! I'll keep you updated as we come closer to release.
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Riggs and Team
President & CEO
OriginClear, Inc. (OOIL)