MCKINNEY, TX / ACCESSWIRE / October 22, 2020 / Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of industrial water company OriginClear, has had nothing short of a life-changing year. With their latest invention the Pool Preserver™, a trailer-mounted machine that uses reverse-osmosis to purify pool water without using any chemicals and only minimal energy, it's clear that innovation is their specialty.
Conceptually it makes a lot of sense to farmers and oil producers alike: Use the latest filtration technology to turn one of Kern's most troublesome waste streams — oilfield produced water — into a safe irrigation source.
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.
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.
Article by Chris Cowell
Original Publication: Craft Brewing Business
Debut & First Sale
When OriginClear Inc. debuted its on-site water treatment solution this year, its Modular Water Systems division, the first sale was to a craft brewery. Modular Water Systems is radically different in that it deploys a manufacturing approach totally unique to the water and wastewater industry in North America.