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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.
Among initiatives working to increase America’s standard of water is OriginClear (OCLN), a leading water company in modular on-site treatment systems equipped with long-lasting and cutting-edge materials to treat Earth’s most precious resource. “In places like Compton, CA the water runs brown to this day—despite many attempts to resolve the issue,” says CEO Riggs Eckelberry.
With issues resulting from the pandemic, inflation, and a shift in the housing industry, advanced technologies to treat water are a go-to solution for companies and communities alike as they confront the failing central infrastructures in the country. One of these innovations is the growing trend of modular on-site treatment systems.