Enough Is Enough
DIRECT ACTION TO MEET HUMANE STANDARDS NOW.
Basketball legend Cedric Ceballos and Fred Martin, Founder of Compton Kidz Club, will join OriginClear CEO Riggs Eckelberry on stage at the 16th AREDAY Summit, in Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado at 9:15am on Saturday, August 17.
About 3000 households in the city of Compton California, are plagued with “disgusting, brown water”, resulting from pipe and well contamination.
The City of Los Angeles is working hard to resolve the issue. To buy the City time, we propose to raise the money to install simple units in each affected household, to deliver the standard tap water level that all consumers rightly expect.
OriginClear is sponsoring the Enough Is Enough™, initially for Compton, and then extending to other cities with major tap water issues, such as Newark, New Jersey.
The campaign intends to emphasize local participation. Households will be given the option to “pay it forward” but will not be required to pay more than their existing water bill.
“Once we have solved this issue in Compton, we want to repeat the process in other cities in California and elsewhere,” said Eckelberry. “While initially a non-profit fundraising initially, we believe that this could evolve into government funding over time.”
About Cedric Ceballos
Cedric Ceballos is a former NBA All-Star who has played for the Los Angeles Lakers and the Phoenix Suns, later completing his on-the-court play with the Dallas Mavericks, the Detroit Pistons and the Miami Heat. In his early childhood days, Cedric attended Dominguez High School in Compton, California. Cedric is currently a Vice President with the Dallas Mavericks and an on-air analyst for FOX SPORTS SW for the Dallas Mavericks and the New Orleans Pelicans.
About Fred Martin
Fred Martin, a Compton native, founded the Urban Entertainment Institute/Compton Kidz Club in 2002. He has since been making good on his promise to encourage and hone the skills of any child who wants to pursue their dreams.
Through a partnership with Cisco TelePresence, Compton Kidz Club has become the first performance arts program to increase its reach through technology, giving “Music to a World Without Borders.” With this technology, Cisco and the Urban Entertainment Institute are bridging the gap, providing universal access to content, and changing the way we learn.
Fred Martin is called upon by the Who’s Who of the entertainment industry, backing up Ray Charles on his Grammy-winning Genius Loves Company album, and collaborating most recently with Diana Ross, Beck, Diane Warren, Dream Theatre and The Muppets.
OriginClear is sponsoring a nonprofit effort to improve water quality with support of American Renewable Energy Institute
Aspen, CO and Los Angeles, CA – July 23, 2019 – OriginClear Inc. (OTC: OCLN), a leader in decentralized water treatment, will announce the Enough is Enough™ campaign at the 16th AREDAY Summit (https://www.areday.net/), August 15-17 in Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado.
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TV and Radio News
CEO Eckelberry discusses the direct-action campaign, Enough is Enough™, and the American Renewable Energy Institute’s involvement with the OriginClear-sponsored non-profit. Hear how basketball legend Cedric Ceballos is on board and why this approach to handling Compton's "brown water" would have worked in Flint.
CEO RIggs Eckelberry discusses plans to address Compton's dirty water problem at household level and buy time for the water district and state and reports on how this sponsorship aligns with OriginClear's entry to the consumer water space.