- Increased pollution, rising population and climate change all straining worldwide water supply
- Biggest issue that keeps U.S., other countries from success is reliance on centralized water technologies
- Infrastructure failure can be addressed by developing decentralized, onsite and modular water-treatment systems like OriginClear Inc.’s innovative products
Recycling water is a worldwide issue, according to OriginClear Inc. (OTC: OCLN) CEO Riggs Eckelberry, who noted that with issues such as increased pollution, rising population and climate change all straining worldwide water supply, poor levels of water recycling are not sustainable.
“Leaders across all industries need to rethink their entire approach to using and delivering water,” Eckelberry noted in a recent article (http://nnw.fm/oUR5e) titled ‘Israel Recycles 90 Percent of Its Water, the U.S. Recycles 1 Percent. Here’s How We Can Change That’.
In the article, Eckelberry described the varying levels of water advancement found in countries around the globe. He referenced the lack of consistency in countries industrial advancements, especially regarding water technology. Achieving a level of 90% water recycling, Israel is the world leader by far; Spain ranks second at only 20%. Alarmingly, America lags behind at a mere 1%.
OriginClear is on a mission to change those numbers, seeing tremendous potential in the future of water management around the world.
“The biggest issue that keeps the United States and other areas of the world from reaching Israel’s exceptional level of success is the reliance on centralized water technologies,” Eckelberry said. “An estimated 90% of people in the United States rely on mega-facilities for water treatment and distribution, both for home and business use. That means that, to a large degree, people have very little control over their water.”
Complicating the matter is the fact that those facilities are breaking down, Eckelberry explained. Unfortunately, “maintaining and repairing them balloons the already unnecessarily high price tag of moving water from one place to another safely. And increasingly, it’s just not economically viable to keep the facilities open at all.”
The good news is that the infrastructure failure can be addressed by developing and using decentralized, onsite and modular water-treatment systems, said Eckelberry. “These systems can scale based on personal, business or community needs. They also can be built flexibly in ways that address specific geographical concerns or advantages.”
OriginClear is leading the way to water decentralization. A leading provider of these types of water-treatment solutions, OriginClear offers breakthrough water-treatment and conveyance products that can effectively improve the quality of water around the world by returning it to its original and clear condition. The company’s stated mission is to empower this global movement with modular water-treatment and conveyance products that enable water independence and help make clean water available globally.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.OriginClear.com
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