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September 13, 2013

EWS Aqua Q60 the Aquappliance…water treatment system

FIS: "EWS Aqua Q60 (the Aquappliance) is a commercial fish farming pond water treatment system, designed to clean pond water of ammonia, bacteria and aquatic animal pathogens in a continuous loop. The system is designed to reduce fish stress and improve yields, while sharply reducing or eliminating the need for chemicals and antibiotics. If desired, the system can convert pond ammonia to a nitrate-rich feed for algae." Read More

September 3, 2013

AlgEternal chooses OriginOil’s EWS system

BioBased Digest: "...AlgEternal will integrate OriginOil’s Electro Water Separation into its commercial algae production platform for paying customers in the US and overseas as early as the fourth quarter. AlgEternal selected OriginOil EWS technology after exhaustive testing demonstrated that the EWS systems harvest algae at the highest level of efficiency." Read More

August 29, 2013

AlgEternal selects OriginOil EWS technology

Algae Industry Magazine: "AlgEternal selected OriginOil EWS technology after exhaustive testing demonstrated that EWS Algae systems harvest algae at the highest level of efficiency, and effectively control bacteria in algal paste to facilitate a long shelf life, while producing a live cell harvest." Read More

August 23, 2013

AmericaCNG selects OriginOil’s water treatment technology

Water Technology: "AmericaCNG has selected OriginOil's Electro Water Separation (EWS) chemical-free technology for the treatment of frack flowback and produced water." Read More

August 22, 2013

OriginOil and AmericaCNG partner for oil and gas E&P operators

Scandinavian Oil-Gas: "AmericaCNG, OriginOil's latest OEM, plans to market EWS to its LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) equipment customers at shale plays across the United States by leveraging OriginOil's Throughput Program, which is designed to eliminate capital costs for operators." Read More

August 21, 2013

CEOLIVE.TV Interview

CEOLIVE.TV: "In this CEOLIVE.TV CEO Interview we speak with Mr. Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginOil, Inc." Read More

August 21, 2013

ASPEN, COLORADO Scientists have been trying to unlock the secrets of algae for decades.

Checkbiotech: "The most recent breakthrough for OriginOil is the ability to clean up fracking water as well as produced water. Their process can reduce harm to the environment, lower costs and make large-scale harvest possible. Crossing disciplines into aquaculture, they can help improve yields while making seafood healthier by dramatically reducing toxic ammonia and bacteria levels in water." Read More

August 20, 2013

A Quest To Save The Struggling Fish Farm Industry With Algae And Ingenuity

Fast Companies Co-Exist: "...One of these companies, OriginOil, is making inroads in the aquaculture industry with a closed-loop system that can both clean the water in fish ponds and produce nitrogen-rich water for fish feed." Read More

August 19, 2013

Targeting Distributed Algae Architectures, OriginOil Launches Mid-Sized Algae Harvester

Equities.com: "The new harvester, designated EWS Algae A60, processes 60 liters (16 gallons) per minute of algae water and is ideally suited to distributed architectures. Individual A60 units can each be assigned to manage a pond or bioreactor assembly of up to 500,000 liters." Read More

August 17, 2013

Ballot measure on Colo. fracking ban in the works

Aspen Daily News: "The panel included former Garfield County Commissioner Tresi Houpt, who also served on the state’s oil and gas oversight commission; Zane Kessler, director of the Thompson Divide Coalition, which is working to protect a wild landscape west of Carbondale from drilling; Scott Hall, whose Black Diamond Minerals drilling company holds controversial leases in the city of Fort Collins; Riggs Eckelberry of OriginOil Inc., a company that recycles water used in the fracking process; and leadership consultant David Trickett." Read More

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