"Compton district that served ‘disgusting’ drinking water will cease to exist", announced an LA Times article earlier this year.
OK, but the problems with this "brown water" are ongoing.
So, last month, my brother and co-founder Nicholas and I met with a pair of well-connected Compton citizens to find out what was going on.
As you know, our Modular Water Systems™ brand features a line of patented, prepackaged, prefabricated systems.
But you might not know what has turned into our hottest packaged product.
Drumroll... Pump Stations!
Today, we are in an all-day meeting near Dallas, to launch our unified brand effort behind Modular Water Treatment.
In his 1990 book, The Macintosh Way, Guy Kawasaki wrote:
“The Macintosh Way of doing business means doing the right thing and doing things right…. It is a way of doing business for people who are foolish or brave enough to try to make a difference in a world of mediocrity.”
Tom Marchesello will be with me on the 9 May briefing, and he will also join me on MoneyTV earlier in the day.
Tom is an absolute rock star executive and he is now helping Dan Early ramp up Modular Water Systems. We are literally overloaded with business! A great problem to have.
OriginClear Supports a Government Push for Self-Help Water Treatment
Los Angeles, CA – May 2, 2019 – OriginClear Inc. (OTC: OCLN), a leader in providing water treatment solutions headquartered in Los Angeles, CA, wants to improve California Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposal to tax drinking water for underprivileged communities. It’s a simple idea that it says will actually save money for water users.
On TV last week, I discussed a major problem (view clip here). Let me set the stage.
New York City's water supply system is among the finest in the world. New York barely needs to treat its water. If you've tasted the water, you know.
JL is back!
Our intrepid President of Technology is back from his trip to India, and he will be discussing the results on MoneyTV today.
Not only are we getting astonishing business breakthroughs in India and elsewhere, but we are also developing new joint patents for field applications of our technology.
Happy MLK Day!
Important: the CEO Briefing scheduled for this Thursday is being rescheduled for the NEXT THURSDAY (the 31st).
The reason is actually quite cool: I will be on my way back from a meeting to sign a letter of intent to acquire a great Texas-based water company.
No promises, but we believe we have the funding lined up, and the great owners appear to be in agreement.
This is an amazing, profitable company, and we would be proud to have them join the Group. I can say no more.
For any real disclosure, you will have to wait for the disclosable event! Until then, do not bank on it!
I discussed this potential acquisition on MondayTV last Thursday. Watch it here.
OK so what's this Big Mojo story?
Mike Jenkins is the star V.P. Sales at our Texan subsidiary, Progressive Water Treatment.
On the 10th, he wrote:
"Well gents, I thought I had received a Dear John email to my follow up email this morning on this project. But when I signed into the site, this is what I found!
Today's Topic: Integration
Part of our plan to become THE disruptive company in the water industry involves experimentation. These days, new technology requires a lot of what my friend David Batstone calls "enlightened trial and error".
But once you know what works, you have to integrate it into what you've got.
That's what's going on right now. In today's briefing, I will discuss how we are integrating our award-winning technology with our latest hot tech, Dan Early's Modular Water.... And much more.
I'll also give you an update on our project to acquire a slate of new companies!
So, join me at 5pm today. Just click here to book your spot!
Join me TODAY at 5PM Pacific Time for your final CEO Briefing of the year!
Just click here to book your spot.
These briefings are a great way to discuss our business and our latest developments, in depth.
Today, I will review where we stand, especially the latest news that our pig farm system is launching in the USA after being piloted in Spain!
Here's the story from our President of OriginClear Technologies, "JL" Kindler:
This week, Dan Early's Modular Water Systems signed up another micro-brewery. This one is in Southern California.
What's amazing is that it took just three days from the first contact to the client's final acceptance of the $70,000 proposal.
Three days. And water deals usually take months!
Why did the client choose us? Three reasons: "Quality of MWS, water savings and cost."
You can see our own notes right here:
Remember the famous "Herding Cats" Super Bowl video? That's what this year has been like for Bill Charneski!
I'm happy to tell you that he's managed to "herd cats", and that we now have a "slate of acquisitions" lined up.
We're starting to understand the full potential for Modular Water Home™.
Last week I talked about the terrible problem that rural communities have with "their own, private Flint", as the New York Times put it.
But these rural homes are themselves part of the problem!
Yep, it's those septic tanks, which are basically a big filtration system into the ground.
(I'll discuss this situation — and the opportunity! — on my CEO Briefing this afternoon at 5pm PST. Just click here to book your spot.)
A Wayne University study states: "...for some time now contamination of groundwater from septic systems has been second only to contamination from industrial uses."
America’s voting this week, but this headline grabbed my attention on Saturday: