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The Infrastructure Bill - Will It Help?

Apr 22, 2021 4:50:45 PM

Happy Earth Day!

As part of its $2 Trillion infrastructure bill, the Biden Administration has proposed the largest-ever water budget: $111 Billion.

Is this enough? Tonight I'll be reviewing this research note from the amazing Pavel Molchanov over at Raymond James.


Raymond James report 16 Apr 2021

Key Snippets

I can't share it in its entirety due to copyright limitations, but I will be showing you some key snippets.

Pavel says:

As part of the Biden administration's $2 trillion infrastructure plan, water is allocated $111 billion, which, if enacted, would be the largest-ever federal commitment vis-a-vis [concerning] water.

Big deal, right?

So, is this enough?

Tune in tonight for the answer, as I will give you some more information to think with, and form some conclusions.

And, I will show you how the solution is something we can and are doing something about*. Not just us, but eventually (it's our plan) the whole water industry.

So... Join me at 5pm Pacific, 8pm Eastern
Just click here to register!


Yours in water,



Riggs Eckelberry
President & CEO
OriginClear, Inc. (OCLN)

* There is no assurance that Water On Demand™, a business model planned for the development of pre-funded water projects, will be capitalized or successfully launched.


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