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Global Banking & Finance Review | Water sector investments expected to explode against fast-rising inflation

Mar 31, 2022 3:21:28 PM





by Connor David

One of the fastest growing commodities coming out of these times is water. As water scarcity becomes more widespread due to climate change and population growth, investing in water utilities is set to become a fast-growing sector. One company hoping to make a splash is OriginClear with their Water On Demand™ pay-per-gallon water recycling system that allows businesses and housing developments to clean their water on-site and pay for it like they would a utility bill.


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Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginClear shares, “The portion of an investor‘s total investment that goes into Water On Demand is secured in a wholly-owned subsidiary for use in providing water equipment for projects where the end-user does not need to pay for the machine upfront, but pays by consumption. In other words, we are operating as a private water utility.”



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