OUR GOAL is to help industry all over the world create a closed water loop, leaving clearwater resources for people, animals, and to grow food.

For oil & gas produced water, coal & coking plants, and chemical, textile, & pharmaceutical manufacturing

The global water and wastewater treatment market is expected to reach $211.3 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 6.5% during the forecast period of 2019 to 2025.

The growth of this market is majorly driven by rapid population growth and urbanization, growing demand for new water resources, rising focus on water quality and public health, increasing prevalence of water-borne diseases, growing need to treat industrial wastewater sector, and stringent government regulations on treating wastewater.

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So the rain has come, what does this mean for the drought?

So the rain has come, what does this mean for the drought? Before we get into what is happening as the rain falls, let’s look at what happens to the ground during a drought. Soils naturally carry moisture, this moisture spaces out soil particles while also holding...

Irrigation Series: Drip Irrigation

Drip. Drip. Drip. Yup, you guessed it, another irrigation technique. Now, we will discuss what drip Irrigation is. Drip irrigation is another irrigation technique that is used for large crops. Drip irrigation uses tubes or pipes that are buried beneath the soil. The...

Irrigation Series: Acequias

Let’s talk acequias. Acequias are a form of irrigation that has been used for hundreds of years. In the US, acequias are most well known for their use throughout New Mexico. Acequias use a community-based approach to regulate water resources. Acequias are essentially...

Irrigation Series: Flood Irrigation

Water is life, but how we use water is just as important as getting to the water. This is the first of a series that will discuss different irrigation techniques. Up today- flood irrigation. First, what is flood irrigation? Flood irrigation is an irrigation system...


When I’m out hiking, my favorite snack is almonds. When I open the fridge, I see almond milk. Almonds are delicious. Did you know that Kern County in California is the number one almond-producing region in the U.S.? Yet there is limited water. Over the last 20 years,...

Jackson Water Crisis

Jackson, Mississippi has been struggling with getting clean drinking water to its residents. Nearly 7 weeks ago, the city issued a boil water notice due to the possibility of raw water entering city pipelines after a big storm. According to NPR, Jackson city officials...

The Colorado River Basin is Overdrawn

Overdrawn. That was the theme of the Colorado River District annual water seminar last Friday, September 16th. Overdrawn is the perfect theme given the rapidly depleting water resources of the Colorado River Basin. According to CPR’s report on the water seminar, the...

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