How are you holding up? "Safer At Home" seems to be the new rule. But we're hard at work─while staying safe! And we hope you are too.
You know, for some weeks now, I've been telling you all about Water Autonomy™. That's where more and more businesses are doing their own water treatment─as cities fail to keep up.
But we are selling water systems to the cities, too! And that's good, because the cities spend good government money.
A Municipal Win
Earlier this month, our own Mike Jenkins at Progressive Water Treatment scored a nice half-million dollar Purchase Order for a city water system in Texas. Nice work Mike!!
And this isn't the only government project in our forecast. Why is this happening?
Well, remember a year ago when we were building that manufacturing sales rep network?
At the time, we reported:
In the water industry, the most effective way to reach decision makers is through some fifty manufacturer’s sales representatives in the United States. Each sales rep’s “customer base” can generate seven figures in annual business for a water equipment manufacturer.
Much of What Those Reps Bring us is Government Business.
Now, city water treatment and pumping contracts happen very slowly. They normally take months to win, and months more to complete.
But they are very reliable, and we expect them to be unaffected by the economy.
Why? Because the government is looking to spend money now.
As always, I can't guarantee that we will get these contracts; but the business is there, and it's solid.
This half-million dollar city contract was for a reverse osmosis system. That's often used for desalination, or just to eliminate minerals.
Here's one that we built some time back for an oil refinery in Texas.
It's a 500 gallon per minute (GPM) system. Beautiful craftsmanship. Very nice work, Progressive Water Treatment!
Revving Up Water Autonomy™
Meanwhile, what about that decentralized water treatment?
Well─the key to getting deals done is always finance. Follow the money!
And we have come up with an amazing way to connect our investors to project financing that is both inexpensive and highly profitable.
Perfect steady revenue for these uncertain times!
I will cover this in detail tomorrow.
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Riggs and Team
President & CEO
OriginClear, Inc. (OCLN)
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