America’s infrastructure is broken. And our government is spending nearly 100 billion dollars to fix the nation’s 150,000-plus water systems; but runaway inflation is defeating that effort. So, local businesses are taking Direct Action to clean and recycle their own water. We’re helping them “cut the cord”, by developing outsourced pay-per-gallon programs and a future digital currency to streamline payments.
One person, who is very well versed in the growth opportunities of the Decentralized Water Industry around the world is Riggs Eckelberry.
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is co-founder and CEO of the innovative water technology company, OriginClear®, which is delivering water solutions for industrial customers worldwide.
Based in Los Angeles with operations in Texas, Virginia and China, OriginClear has developed and licensed an invention that treats industrial and agricultural waste water with very little energy, and no chemicals. And now, industrial users can treat their water right where they use it, using prepackaged “point of use” water treatment systems that have an amazing life cycle of up to 100 years or more.
Riggs came to the water industry from a quarter century in high technology, specializing in commercializing breakthrough technologies. During the dotcom, he worked on a series of tech successes, such as Quarterdeck’s CleanSweep, security software vendor Panda Software, and the sale of companies to EarthWeb, BeFree, and BellSouth. Just prior to founding what is now OriginClear, he helped drive security software company, CyberDefender, to an IPO on the NASDAQ as its President and Chief Operating Officer.Reserve your spot today!
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