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Fifty villages along the Huai River now drink cleaner water.
Many industrial enterprises are faced with the question of treating/cleaning/disposing their wastewater on-site or shipping it off to be treated. What’s most effective? Cost efficient? Best for the environment? IX Water is …
Being the lowest person on the pole at a wastewater treatment plan is never easy, but it is made all the worse because it is usually that employee who has to deal with blocks in pipes caused by “disposable” wipes.
All oil & gas, and industrial operations need to be recycling their water. It’s so easy now – especially with IX Water’s OG system which can treat water for almost any contaminant of concern to mankind, and do it effectively (99.99% clean) and with a much bigger cost savings than traditional treatment, or trucking and injecting methods.
14.8 billion gallons of water are used by industry every day in the United States ALONE and 82 % of that comes from surface waters – streams, rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and wetlands.
According to a Gallup poll taken earlier this year, 65% of Americans believe that protection of the environment should be given priority over economic growth.
Why would you want to be involved in industrial wastewater treatment?
It ain’t pretty. It ain’t glamorous. And, there’s so darn much of it. Precisely! Next to polluted air and rising temperatures, contaminated water is a huge problem for the big blue marble we call earth.
We can’t live without water and I’m proud as a partner here at IX Power Clean Water to have a role in the quest to make sure we have enough
The industrial wastewater treatment market – is big and getting bigger, and IX Power Clean Water is poised to take on its share!
This astonishing natural phenomenon is yet another example of the resilience of the natural world, and of its ability to heal the damage wrought by our species. More than that, it is an ominous reminder that the Earth does not need us, we need it.
FORBES recently reported on an initiative that we’re glad to see – especially since its one that IX Power Clean Water could help them with!
In “Major Fashion Companies Sign Pact Vowing To Reduce Industry’s Environmental Impact” by Andria Cheng she writes that “ahead of the G7 meeting in France 32 major global fashion and textile companies, from H&M and Gap to Burberry and Chanel, signed a Fashion Pact, promising to lower the industry’s negative impact on the environment.”
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