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How AOxPlus™ delivers 10,000 times more superior contaminant breakdown than the original AOx™ technology on the same footprint and offers a more efficient treatment solution to sectors that produce highly contaminated wastewater
Craft Brewing Business: "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."
Money Inc: "The stock market indices are in a “topping” behavior at the moment, with recent dips and spikes pointing to volatility. The investing environment in equities right now isn’t at its prime, and even real estate or traditional investments such as CDs are topped out. Individual investors confronted with stalling in these markets should consider cryptocurrencies and blockchain as non-traditional investment vehicles that will become commonplace and are poised to disrupt multiple industries."
I think my work in water is a public good. It’s amazing how most people in the world think water is a major problem. But the problem is so huge they do not know what to do about it. They sense we have a mission and that everything we do is to help with the problem.
You know, most people don't realize there's nobody in charge of Bitcoin. There's nobody in charge of any true cryptocurrency because, by their nature, they’re decentralized and set up with these self-managing rules and processes. Without a central authority, the rules run the game, and the...
The drivers for improving a country’s water system can be progressed through the use of tokens, according to the company behind WaterChain’, a new cryptocurrency to fund the necessary new tranche of smaller, decentralized water treatment systems.
Cryptocurrency has undergone an extensive revolution, and its capabilities stretch far beyond bitcoin. Millennials are fueling this trend, and, according to Riggs Eckelberry, the potential for its uses in the future is endless.
Blockchain has far more to offer than just securing cryptos; distributed ledger technology (DLT) can actually provide the foundation for any number of applications.
Riggs Eckelberry: "Water users are increasingly forced to treat their own wastewater on-site, at the point of use. This sets the stage for Modular Water."