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August 1, 2013

Electromagnetic separation technology applied to aquaculture

Chemical Engineering: "Technology originally developed for harvesting oil from algae has now been applied to sanitize water and remove ammonia from commercial aquaculture ponds. Electro Water Separation (EWS) technology, developed by OriginOil Technologies..." Read More

July 29, 2013

Energy Innovation: US Algae Company Turns Sewage Into Biofuel

The Energy Collective: "Right around this time last summer we took note of a new US-France urban algae farming collaboration that combines algae biofuel production with wastewater treatment." Read More

July 26, 2013

New Global Energy and OriginOil to Create Permanent Technology Showcase near California’s Salton Sea

Penn Energy: "New Global Energy, Inc., has entered into an agreement with Origin Oil, developer of Electro Water Separation, the high-speed, chemical-free way to clean up very large quantities of water used by the oil & gas, algae and other water-intensive industries, announced that it will establish a permanent technology showcase at Aqua Farming Technology..." Read More

July 25, 2013

OriginOil commissions third party studies to validate its Electro Water Separation technology

Bio Based Digest: "Multinational engineering firm, MWH Global, plans to test and study the EWS Petro process for the recycling of produced and frac flowback water. Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering plans to test and study the EWS Aqua process for the removal of ammonia and pathogens from pond water." Read More

July 24, 2013

OriginOil Commissions Third Party Studies to Validate its Electro Water Separation Technology for Aquaculture and Frack Water Applications

Global Energy World: "Multinational engineering firm, MWH Global, plans to test and study the EWS Petro™ process for the recycling of produced and frac flowback water. Pacific Advanced Civil Engineering (PACE) plans to test and study the EWS Aqua™ process for the removal of ammonia and pathogens from pond water." Read More

July 23, 2013

OriginOil technology successfully processes liquid sewage

BioBasedDigest: "...A prototype EWS Waste unit now processes liquid waste at an urban algae demonstration site near Paris, generating clean, nitrate-rich water to feed algae grown on the building’s roof as an energy source." Read More

July 23, 2013

Voilà! US Algae Company Turns Sewage Into Biofuel, In France

Clean Technica: "The companies behind the project are California-based OriginOil, Inc. and Ennesys, a partnership involving OriginOil and UK based Pacific Junction Corporation (Ennesys SAS was founded in France to provide a platform for the project)." Read More

July 23, 2013

Voilà! US Algae Company Turns Sewage Into Biofuel, In France

Clean Technica: "...Considering all the political poop that certain US legislators have lobbed in the direction of France over the past ten years or so, that’s a bit of poetic justice for you, especially since the project has been a success so far and it passed an important milestone last week." Read More

July 19, 2013

Building’s Treated Sewage Feeds Rooftop Energy Source

Environmental Leader: "Water technology company OriginOil says its Electro Water Separation system has successfully treated a commercial building’s liquid sewage directly at the point of origin." Read More

July 19, 2013

OriginOil processing sewage to grow algae in Paris

EcoSeed: "OriginOil has developed a process to treat liquid sewage at the point of origin and use it to feed and grow algae for fuel." Read More

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