The U.S. Defense Logistics contract was for 90 days so it will be over before Christmas. I'm a believer and a buyer just because I don't think the KV would have JVd with TRER if they didn't believe in the possibilities for use of their technology on TRER's pile of rare earths.
Applied Sciences at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, the JV’s planned engineering partner.
“We were already in extended discussions to use EWS for a new micro-algae venture,” added Steve Herman. “A light bulb went off and we realized we could deploy EWS to help farmers, our core business customer, to address their water reuse headaches.”
OriginClear plans to grant the JV a license to integrate its EWS technology into the treatment process, and to contribute its experience and expertise; while RWT plans to contribute its industry relationships, and market to the farmers. The JV is designed to offer affordable and practical treatment solutions to end-users and has made plans to manufacturer locally, in partnership with a local fabrication company.
“Our research indicates the opportunities are enormous,” said Mael-Disa-Vingataramin, OriginClear’s VP of Licensing and Business Development. “Wisconsin alone has more than 10,000 dairies. We think we have the potential to generate short-term revenues from the sales of our core proprietary components systems manufacturing, while also developing long-term revenue from the joint venture’s profitability over the coming years.”
While the JV plans to target all dairies, it is designed to especially serve the needs of the fast-growing anaerobic digester market. There are also numerous small-scale digesters operating in China, where OriginClear recently established another JV.
OriginClear Inc. (OTC/QB: OOIL), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, and Renewable Water Technologies (RWT), a spin-off of Wisconsin’s Renewable Algae Group, plan to form a joint venture (JV) to offer complete treatment solutions for agricultural effluent reclamation, with a focus on dairies equipped with anaerobic digestion systems.
Headed by Steve Herman, Owner and CEO of Renewable Water Technologies, the JV is expected to deploy OriginClear’s high-speed Electro Water Separation™ (EWS) technology for first-stage water clarification of agricultural effluents.
“After performing a series of tests on contaminated water coming from farming operations in Wisconsin, we decided to move to the next phase of commercial deployment,” said Steve Herman. “Tougher water disposal regulations are forcing farmers to implement on site water treatment solutions. A 2,000-cow dairy needs about 40 million gallons of water annually. With water scarcity on the rise and increased regulation, water needs to be reused on site. Farmers are looking for innovative means to clean it back to drinking water grade.”
“We believe OriginClear’s Electro-Water Separation technology is a natural fit for farmers equipped with anaerobic digesters and other treatment technologies, as it provides a critical piece to enable closed-loop recycling,” said Dr. John Katers, Professor and Chair of Natural and Applied Sciences at University of Wisconsin Green Bay, the JV’s
The interest by the Defense Logistics Agency may be prompted by the heightened tension between the U. S. and China because of China's acts of aggression off their coast line. No longer can the U. S. depend on rare earths from China. Need a very positive PR by the JV regarding further rare earth results from the TX pile.
Historically, reverses do NOT work out for holders unless there's good news and EVTN is short on that.
"Do you know what it costs to run the system at Kreider?"
Do I understand correctly that Kreider, who never paid a cent toward the system's installation years ago and reaps the benefit of their herd's shit being eco-friendly eliminated doesn't even pay for the electricity to run the system?
Forgot to mention OOIL. Did own it but not any more: They just put out a PR re using Reverse Osmosis on a TX city's water just as STWS is doing. Lots of water opportunities.
Yes, all the spring water is long gone and there hasn't been much since then so the drought is back on. There's talk that El Nino will bring rain later in the season but that's then
Me - several times - averaging DOWN! I like water reclamation stks. Been buying CDNL just because I've visited Panama and they need help in the hinterlands badly. ESPH is another that I'm in the red on. I'm patient when I think there's a chance and all 3 appeal to me because they have a chance.
I'm on the PA leg. mailing list and I haven't seen a thing re HB724 since all talk months ago. Just hanging around - waiting..
Forgot to say that I'm a big fan of cumulative preferreds and own a bunch of them and I've been watching CORR-A as it slowly sinks. Might just buy a little of that one of these days.
TD says CORR is 52% owned by institutions with a 6% short interest - as of??
I have ~2000 shares. and will continue to nibble at it as I think the company is relatively safe in these times and you have to put your money somewhere. I've been a LONG-time follower and occasional owner of UPL and think they are an excellent company in a struggling industry and they will survive. Also, I like CORR's triple net business approach.
Even if it pops, I'd be thinking it will slip back because all this goodness will take time
Think my guess is wrong as I occasionally get PA legislature Emails regarding everything but HB724. Avian flu is a much less hot topic to pass on as opposed to 724 which has probably been put in the basement.