"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.
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Here he is, taking a sample of the water for lab analysis.
Both Nicholas as a now-private inventor, and OriginClear, are happy to help the county solve this problem.
But centralized solutions take time. Meanwhile, area taps continue to run brown water. “It’s disgusting, but safe,” quotes the article.
All I know is that if this were going on in Beverly Hills, it would be fixed, and pronto.
Am I right?
Enough is enough. We intend to deal with the problem right at the point of pain, buying time for the county to fix it.
I will tell you all about in today's CEO Briefing, at 5pm Pacific. Sign up here.
I'll also tell you about how decentralized water treatment is good for global warming, and of course about how we are continuing to execute on our plan for the second half of this year.
Riggs and Team