ENSIL-ENSCI, Limoges, France
In December 2017, we entered into a preliminary agreement with the National Superior Engineering School (ENSIL-ENSCI) of France’s University of Limoges, to validate OriginClear’s breakthrough process, Electro Water Separation with Advanced Oxidation™ (EWS:AOx™), for extremely challenging water treatment problems, such as landfill runoff and flooding from major storms and hurricanes.
In February 2017, OriginClear entered into a Master Research Agreement with Florida Atlantic University (FAU) in Boca Raton, FL. The Agreement establishes a cooperative framework for further scientific research and validation projects pertaining to OriginClear’s technology, Electro Water Separation with Advanced Oxidation (EWS:AOx), when applied to landfill leachate treatment.
In June 2015, OriginClear announced it executed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with California State University, Bakersfield (CSU Bakersfield). The MOU establishes a cooperative framework to research and validate OriginClear’s technology for application in agriculture and oil and gas operations and widen educational opportunities for CSU Bakersfield students.
In March 2014, Barry Cohen, Executive Director of the National Algae Association (NAA)announced that the NAA has added OriginClear’s Model A12 entry-level algae harvester to its permanent algae demonstration site in Houston, Texas.
In 2011, CEO Riggs Eckelberry was named to the Advisory Board of the National Algae Association.