There’s nothing better than a rearview mirror, but since you can’t drive backwards, you’re going to have to develop the ability to evaluate in real time. It means being willing to make mistakes — FAST.
What role to do you think more widespread water treatment can play in helping to prevent future pandemics?
Can it be that more sanitation could drown future COVID-19’s before they surface?
A genius I know, OriginClear® CEO Riggs Eckelberry, firmly believes it can and to finance it, he has created the ultimate liquid investment.
May 3, 2020 by ALEJANDRO ROYO
An Innovative System of Pig Manure Management
The Zaragozan company, Depuporc, is working on an innovative system of pig manure management that could go as far away as the United States.
By Daniel M. Early P.E.
When a car dealership in Pennsylvania found the perfect piece of land for an expansion project, the price seemed too good to be true. Turned out, it was. Daniel M. Early, PE, senior engineer for OriginClear’s Modular Water Systems and its subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment, was approached about finding a solution for this real estate development.
Water treatment technology firm OriginClear Inc. is moving its corporate headquarters from Los Angeles to its manufacturing site in McKinney.
Riggs Eckelberry, the company’s CEO, said its California team is now increasingly virtual while its product development and manufacturing takes place at its East University Drive site.
OriginClear Inc., a downtown water treatment technology company, announced April 21 that it has moved its corporate headquarters to its manufacturing site in McKinney, Texas, near Dallas.
Industrial Advancements Widely Vary
If you travel the world (which everyone arguably should do if they can), you’ll quickly discover that various areas of the globe are in massively different places when it comes to specific industrial advancements. As an example that stands out, take water technology.
Don't Follow The Crowd
Warren Buffett is the last person you’ll ever see following the crowd.
In fact, the man known as the “Oracle of Omaha” is considered by many to be the epitome of the smart (and successful) investor — a sage who sets trends rather than follows them. His investments have been so successful that his current wealth is valued at $86.1 billion, earning him a place of honor on Forbes’ prestigious The World’s Billionaires ranking.
Reliance on Central Networks
'Currently, about 90% of the U.S. population relies on centralized networks of pipes and huge “mega-facilities” for water treatment and distribution. But due to a lack of proper funding, a general deterioration of this water infrastructure has occurred at a rapid pace, nation-wide.
Article by Jeremy Ryan Slate
Original Publication: Grit Daily
Disrupting Big Water
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...