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CEO Riggs Eckelberry talks about the new "on the edge" water treatment revolution and why the business world is rapidly adopting OriginClear's model. Find out how our onsite Modular Water Systems are helping businesses retain their actual focus while increasing real estate asset value.
CEO Eckelberry talks about OriginClear's actions to improve the company's capital structure and is joined by COO Tom Marchesello who briefs the audience on what Environmental, Social, Governance (ESG) really is all about. Hear how OriginClear's onsite modular water systems can enable thousands of companies to upgrade their environmental stewardship while ...
Case study shows how point-of-use treatment solves lack of access to public sewer system
Los Angeles (Nov. 7, 2019) – OriginClear Inc. (OTCQB: OCLND), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, announces it has officially commissioned its first closed-loop modular toilet waste recycling system for a commercial project in the mid-Atlantic. The customized wastewater treatment system, valued at $130,000, helped the customer expand its automotive dealership into a rural area otherwise unfit for operation.
Reflects a plan to strengthen capital structure for future growth and acquisitions
Los Angeles – Oct. 29, 2019 – OriginClear Inc. (OTCQB: OCLN), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, today announces that on Oct. 24 it implemented a 1-for-2000 reverse stock split. The number of shares outstanding of common stock has been reduced from about 6.2 billion to approximately 3.2 million. Investors should note that for 20 trading days after the reverse stock split, the ticker symbol of the company's common stock will change to OCLND.
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Riggs Eckelberry doesn’t look like a bomb-thrower. And yet, he’s driving the disruption of a trillion-dollar industry that has fallen behind the times and is affecting the health of millions. That industry is Big Water...Read More
Riggs Eckelberry doesn’t look like a bomb-thrower. And yet, he’s driving the disruption of a trillion-dollar industry that has fallen behind the times and is affecting the health of millions. That industry is Big Water. Simply, those billion-dollar centralized water systems aren’t coping with demand, and water quality is getting worse...Read More