OriginClear’s Water On Demand Achieves First Funding, Prepares for Pilot Program
CLEARWATER, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--OriginClear Inc. (OTC Pink: OCLN), a leading corporation in the self-reliant water revolution that develops outsourced pay-per-gallon programs, has announced that it has received first investor funds into its Water On Demand #1 subsidiary. The Company plans to allocate these and future Water On Demand™ investments to purchase water equipment that customers pay for as a service. Ken Berenger, VP of Business Development, outlined the program recently in a Money Show presentation: https://youtu.be/3XPN12zIez8.
“On that day, we received the first six-figure investment in Water On Demand™, and we began talks for a commercial pilot to implement water treatment as a managed service.”
The Company also began talks for a commercial pilot program using such a pay-as-you-go water treatment contract, known in the water industry as Design-Build-Own-Operate (DBOO). Such contracts are typically indexed to local water rates, with the potential of an inflation-friendly investment over the long term.
“After months of planning, I’m delighted to be implementing water as a managed service to replace capital expense,” said Tom Marchesello, OriginClear Chief Operating Officer. “Unlike the plain Design & Build model, where the revenue just occurs once, the full DBOO model can bring decades of lifecycle revenue.”
“October 29, 2021 is a red-letter day for us”, said Riggs Eckelberry, OriginClear CEO. “On that day, we received the first six-figure investment in Water On Demand™, and we began talks for a commercial pilot to implement water treatment as a managed service.”
Accredited and non-US investors should contact OriginClear at firstname.lastname@example.org, or book a call at www.oc.gold/ken.
Water On Demand customers avoid the burden of capital expense, and outsourced maintenance helps users such as breweries and mobile home parks eliminate the expense and expertise of running a water system of their own. These privately metered programs are common in the water industry, but have been applied, until now, to much larger systems, such as desalination plants at the scale of entire islands.
With its prefabricated, modular systems, OriginClear believes it can serve local industry, a fast-growing user base as our national water infrastructure continues to deteriorate (a 2016 survey by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) showed that $271 billion is needed to maintain and improve the nation's wastewater infrastructure: https://archive.epa.gov/epa/newsreleases/epa-survey-shows-271-billion-needed-nations-wastewater-infrastructure.html.) Local action may help alleviate much of this gap.
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