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"A water filtration system that uses a physical filtration method is often recommended [when you want to remove sodium from your water], such as reverse osmosis, which actually removes those minute particles," says Riggs Eckelberry, water expert and founder and CEO of OriginClear, a Clean Water Innovation Hub.
Water bills have been on the rise for some time. In fact, the average combined water and wastewater costs have jumped 43% since 2012. In some places – particularly drought-prone ones – the problem’s even worse.
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NEW YORK, Jan. 19, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FMW Media Works' New to The Street will feature OriginClear, Inc. (OTC Other: OCLN) on its nationally syndicated and sponsored television program. The series will span six (6) months following OriginClear, Inc.'s growth as it builds innovative technologies and businesses that are each designed to solve a major problem in the water marketplace.
While water conservation is a key focus in combating climate change, so is improving the quality of the water consumed. Globally, industry and agriculture combine for a whopping 88% of freshwater, while 12% is used for municipal purposes, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.
Riggs Eckelberry, founder and CEO of OriginClear, says, “We need to start looking at our [water usage] practices ourselves, but we also need to start holding industry and agriculture more accountable.”
Founder and CEO of OriginClear, and leader in the self-reliant water revolution, Riggs Eckelberry, explains the strained relationship between water and low-income communities that is causing socioeconomic disparity in America. “The further you are from where water is resold, the more you pay,” he says.
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“Simply put, water in this world is in trouble, and it is growing more and more scarce and more and more polluted," Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginClear said. "The bright side is that something can be done about these problems. The more we bring light to them, encourage both curiosity, and instill the idea that there are solutions that can be found in the younger generation, the better a world we will all live in.