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Bringing Water Into the Digital Age

Apr 1, 2020 12:38:02 AM / by Riggs Eckelberry posted in Riggs Eckelberry, CEO Briefings, CEO, Trillion, Disruption, Promotion, Updates, Investing, Water Independence, Regulation A

Good Morning!

Water In The Digital Age

How do we make digital marketing VASTLY EXPAND industrial water? Manuel Suarez will show us how it's DONE!

Join us Thursday (tomorrow) on my monthly webinar at 5pm Pacific, 8pm Eastern. Just click here to register.

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Why is Elon fixing his own car window?

Jan 30, 2020 2:57:16 PM / by Riggs Eckelberry posted in CEO Updates, Riggs Eckelberry, CEO, Updates, Elon Musk

Happy Thursday!

It was 1995, and thieves had broken into Elon Musk's car. 

"Could not afford to pay for repairs, so I fixed almost everything on that car from parts in the junkyard. Ironically, that's me replacing broken side window glass. The circle is complete lol," Musk said.

 

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What does this have to do with OriginClear?

Jan 22, 2020 5:52:47 PM / by Riggs Eckelberry posted in CEO Updates, Riggs Eckelberry, CEO, Update, PFAS, Updates

Good morning!

This slide stunned me this morning.

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Why Trailerized Water Systems Are Vital

Jan 9, 2020 2:30:43 PM / by Riggs Eckelberry posted in CEO Updates, CEO Briefings, CEO, Update, Updates

Good morning!

And welcome to our first update of 2020.

 

The Weekly CEO Briefing Goes BIG!

The weekly briefings have been such a success that we are promoting them as full webinars!

Yes, starting next week, I will be making a full weekly (or so) presentation, live on Zoom. 

So—today's CEO Briefing will be the last informal one.

But I promise you it will be interesting!

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As Sewers Break, Businesses Cope

Dec 29, 2019 11:35:03 PM / by Riggs Eckelberry posted in CEO Updates, Riggs Eckelberry, CEO, Storm Water

Good morning!

Timing can be an amazing thing. In my last CEO Briefing of the year, I said,

"The big centralized water systems, which are paid for by citizens, should be growing to meet the population demands and all this stuff I just talked about, but they are basically just trying to keep up with the degradation of their systems.

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