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South Florida students aim to help solve water issues

Nov 21, 2022 4:16:10 PM

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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.


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Seeing young minds interested in protecting our environment is truly incredible, and I think all the resources and encouragement we can give them now will greatly improve the future of our beautiful planet.”



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