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Real Estate Sector Embraces Sustainability to Prepare for Upcoming Water Shortages and Rate Increases

Nov 3, 2022 1:11:00 PM

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South Florida Students At Saint Mark's Shine Hope On The Next Generation Of Sustainability Leaders To Help Solve Growing Water Issues

Oct 13, 2022 2:02:18 PM

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The Dangers Of Drinking Water In America

Sep 21, 2022 1:41:57 PM




by Miah Huerta

CEO and Founder of OriginClear and leader in the self-reliant water revolution, Riggs Eckelberry, explains the water crisis in America to be a major concern with safety playing a key role. “The global water crisis and water issues we are experiencing in the United States are at an all-time high. We are falling behind by $75 billion every year in water infrastructure, which is impacting the quality of water for citizens,” he says.

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A Founder’s Journey Includes Having a Personal Life

Sep 19, 2022 2:07:09 PM



With Riggs Eckelberry

MP spoke with Riggs Eckelberry, co-founder of the company that eventually became OriginClear, about his entrepreneurial journey. Beginning in 2014, Eckelberry and his team developed a series of transformative businesses that OriginClear manages as the Clean Water Innovation Hub™.

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The Benefits of Outsourcing in Fintech

Sep 7, 2022 10:12:44 AM



by Tyler Pathe

Turning to fintech

“Outsourcing fintech allows one to expand beyond their initial means, and thus accomplish far more,” comments Riggs Eckelberry, founder and CEO of the water supply company OriginClear. As a clear-cut example of outsourcing to fintech companies, Eckelberry points toward his company’s collaboration with a water fintech called Water On Demand.

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10 questions with Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginClear

Aug 25, 2022 4:05:28 PM




1) How can people ensure their homes are using water efficiently?

Riggs Eckelberry: There are a number of things one can do, such as ensuring they have no leaky faucets or pipes with regular maintenance, having drought-tolerant plants that require less water, investing in a pool cover to reduce evaporation and in turn reducing refill water, and installing water-saving devices like low-flow shower heads and toilets.

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9 Money Moves To Prepare For Rising Inflation

Aug 8, 2022 11:41:49 AM



by Jeff Rose

Choosing specific investments can be difficult. The stocks that have worked in the recent past don’t seem to be performing well now. While there may be no truly recession proof stocks, there are some sectors that are known to perform better than others in inflationary environments.

“During times of inflation, utility stocks become a great investment option,” suggests Riggs Eckelberry, Founder and CEO at OriginClear, an idea lab for water innovation projects. “They are relatively low risk and remain steady regardless of the current economy or market cycle, making them desirable for any well-diversified portfolio.

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Riggs Eckelberry, OriginClear CEO, Discusses Forward-Thinking Water Treatment Technology

Aug 5, 2022 12:04:30 PM



by Grit Daily Staff

The state of water in the United States has become one of the nation’s top priorities with current demands affecting future availability. According to Seametrics.com, America recycles less than 1% of its wastewater, intensifying the effects of an ongoing drought. As the country grapples with water scarcity, toxic contamination, and aging infrastructure, water companies are investing in forward-thinking applications of technologies to treat water and help communities meet water-related goals.

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The Fintech Times | What sets a Fintech for Good Company Apart from the Rest with 0VIX, Milken Institute and More

Aug 2, 2022 1:30:44 PM




by Francis Bignell

Riggs Eckelberry, founder and CEO of OriginClear said, “A ‘fintech for good’ company has a greater purpose than one that is purely for profit. My company Water On Demand isn’t just lending money or assisting with transactions. As centralized water infrastructure fails, more and more businesses and communities are having to take matters into their own hands, yet they lack the capital to obtain the treatment systems they need.

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LeafScore | How 7 States Are Dealing With the Colorado River Water Shortage

Aug 1, 2022 11:17:21 AM




As states around the River’s lower basin face the most critical shortages, this affects all of us.


 by Michelle C. Hollow


Reuse and Recycle

Cleaning and reusing wastewater is in place in many states around the country. “On-site reuse is a major opportunity for drought-affected states to do something about their water scarcity problem,” said Riggs Eckelberry founder and CEO of OriginClear, “Simply let local users reuse it at the place of use.”

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