This photo is... well, exactly what it looks like.
Yep, a toilet! This had been "black water" (flush water) just a few moments before. And not just in a home, but in a big commercial operation.
"This is an actual photo of the water produced by our first closed loop blackwater recycling system where we are supplying reclaimed water for reflush purposes at a Pennsylvania automotive dealership.
"The water in this toilet is derived from the use of our tertiary treatment system and is being recycled numerous times, all while reducing potable water demand and having ZERO impact on the local environment.
"No drainfield. No direct discharge. self contained and closed loop."
(We will explain all these terms on tomorrow's call!!)
This is a big deal, because this automotive dealership was cut off from the city sewage system. They had to become totally self-sufficient — not just for the human waste, but for all other toxic waste.
So it means a lot that this water is showing up, clear, in a toilet!
There is a whole back story on this, how they had to work out all the government permits, and so on...
Dan will join me on tomorrow's briefing to tell the story.
Also hot off the press, today's interview with top podcaster Jeremy Ryan Slate:
|Jeremy Ryan Slate: There's a Trillion-Dollar Market that no one is thinking about... It's time to disrupt it. I chat with Riggs Eckelberry of OriginClear about Privatizing Big Water and the Trillion-Dollar Market he wants to turn to Five Trillion.|
So that's a deep dive into the megatrend of Privatizing Big Water. You're helping us own it!
I will discuss this on the CEO Briefing tomorrow, too.
See you on the call!
Riggs and Team