OriginClear Inc (OTCQB:OCLN) CEO Riggs Eckelberry tells Proactive Investors the water treatment company is focused on its 'slate of acquisitions' lined up for next year. Eckelberry says the company licenses its Electro Water Separation technology using Advanced Oxidation...
18 May 2018: Riggs Eckelberry briefs the audience at RestartX on the global water scarcity crisis, and how the coin funding process through WaterChain can directly address it. Sign up for updates at www.waterchain.io!
29 Apr 2018: The water crisis is real! "By 2030, there will be 40% more demand for water than there is supply." Live from Coin Agenda, founder Riggs Eckelberry briefed investors on OriginClear's latest start up WaterChain. There is a better way to bring in new technology to handle the coming water crisis!
31 Mar 2018: RT (Russia Today) News interviews Riggs Eckelberry and other innovators during recent blockchain conferences in Puerto Rico. Blockchain cryptocurrencies are becoming increasingly important to relief efforts in Puerto Rico, where 100 thousand people are still without power following 2017's Hurricane Maria. RT News is said to be the fourth largest news network, ahead of CNN, with 700 million viewers.
16 Feb 2018: Riggs Eckelberry presents the WaterChain vision for the first time at d10e, the leading decentralization conference in Silicon Valley. WaterChain is a way to raise capital through the coin process, so that investors can help the water industry ramp up to meet the global water crisis.
29 Aug 2017: At Sustain OC's Water Solutions 2 conference, Riggs Eckelberry presented OriginClear’s current mission to address the micro-toxins remaining in drinkable water, the timetable for development, and planned launch with an early commercial champion.
16 Jun 2017: At the Marcum Microcap Conference in New York, SNN’s Shelly Kraft interviews CEO Riggs Eckelberry on OriginClear’s latest news, including technology commercialization and acquisition updates.
11 Apr 2016: On the Youtoo America Network, the Biz Brew Show interviews Riggs Eckelberry on record revenue increase and water treatment breakthroughs in China and Bakersfield.
29 Feb 2016: Despite this winter's rains, California is still mired in a multi-year drought. The problem seems unsolvable, but help may come from an unexpected source. This documentary boldly explores new ground in the search for solutions as the state looks for ways to keep the water flowing.
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7 Jul 2015: Based on AlgEternal’s field tests, its pure algae concentrate, harvested with OriginClear technology, may reduce conventional fertilizer cost by 40 percent. AlgEternal reported these findings following field tests at its agricultural facility in Weimar, Texas.
13 Feb 2015: January 22, 2015, NAA Workshop, Lafayette Louisiana: OriginOil introduces its Smart Algae Harvester line with the A25, a workhorse algae harvester able to process up to 36,000 liters (about 10,000 gallons) of algae cultivation water, and produce a 5-10% concentrate with extended shelf life, with zero chemicals, that can be used for any beneficial use of algae, including nutritionals.
5 Jan 2015: Introducing the Smart Algae Harvester™, powered by OriginOil's patented Electro Water Separation™ (EWS) technology, which removes 99% of the water, with no chemicals, and with very little energy consumption.
12 Nov 2014: Nicholas Eckelberry "from warm sunny LA" reports GEN 2 machine delivering crystal clear water at 90 GPM... 3000 barrels per day! Now off to Delta, Colorado for real world frack water testing!
24 Oct 2014: Director of Operations Andrew Davies walks us through the operation of the Smart Algae Harvester™ A25 using the touchscreen controls, new with this model.
22 Oct 2014: OriginOil has launched the all-new Smart Algae Harvester™, with increased capacity, touchscreen logic and stainless-steel construction, for the same price. In this video, Andrew Davies walks through the Model A25, describing its main functions (not including the touch screen controls.)
28 Feb 2013: This animation shows how EWS Algae™ works in minutes and without chemicals, to dewater and concentrate algae into a useful, shelf-stable product that can be used for many valuable applications.
16 Sep 2014: OriginOil co-founder Nicholas Eckelberry describes his trip to China and OriginOil's potential part in China's one-trillion dollar program to cleanup its air and water.
3 Jun 2014: CLEAN-FRAC 1000, OriginOil's new demonstration-scale frack water treatment system, was shown to successfully remove contaminants and impurities at a showcase for media, public officials and prospective customers. The Showcase took place at the headquarters of OriginOil licensee, Industrial Systems Inc. (ISI) on Colorado’s Western Slope.
30 May 2014: How our first pilot-scale frack water cleanup system operates; narrated by Andrew Davies at our licensee's site on Colorado's Western Slope. Includes visuals of actual processed water samples.
14 Feb 2014: Smart Algae Harvester A120 (formerly A60) is a mid-scale algae harvester that processes up to 120 liters (32 gallons) per minute of algae water and is ideally suited to distributed architectures. A120 units can be assigned individually to manage a pond or bioreactor, and can be combined to achieve massively parallel processing capability.
22 Aug 2013: In a wide-ranging discussion, OriginOil CEO traces the evolution of the company’s technology from its beginnings, and how this technology is transforming water treatment in various industries.
12 Mar 2013: The President of the French Republic, François Hollande and previous Areva CEO Anne Lauvergeon have launched a competition to support enterprise innovation, and Ennesys is one of two companies in the lead. Is it France’s next Apple or Google ? Includes an interview of Ennesys President Pierre Tauzinat.
28 Feb 2013: KGET, Bakersfield, CA's NBC Affiliate, reports on OriginOil's recent testing at the Lost Hills oil complex near Bakersfield, including footage of the testing and interview with OriginOil's GM of Oil and Gas Division, Bill Charneski.
28 Feb 2013: OriginOil's team reports on the trial of its water cleanup technology at Los Hills, near Bakersfield. Includes a look back at the first promising tests that have now been vindicated, with reduction of organics by as much as 99%, and turbidity by as much as 98%.