OriginClear Inc (OTC: OCLN) has reported that Dallas-based Aspen Water Inc is currently presenting OriginClear products under its own brand at trade shows in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Baghdad, which began in February and will wrap up during March.
“All of our products must fit easily into a helicopter or a small truck or van,” said Ed Atchley, Aspen Water’s Vice President of Sales.
“For larger requirements, we have now adopted systems from OriginClear under our brand.” Aspen Water is not otherwise affiliated with OriginClear.
The first unit from OriginClear is the EVERUS™ Military & Disaster Relief Wastewater Treatment System, designed by OriginClear’s Modular Water Systems to treat both black and grey water at field installations, scaling from 3,000 to 150,000 gallons per day.
The second product is a design for a 100,000 gallon per day desalination system, developed in collaboration with OriginClear’s Progressive Water Treatment for a large potential governmental contract in the region. It is now being offered more widely to solve pressing desalination problems in a compact and efficient footprint.
“Aspen Water has a great network of customers, ranging from military to government to NGOs,” said Riggs Eckelberry, CEO of OriginClear.
“Their products have met certification for the highest quality and versatility. We are honoured that Aspen has adopted our own products to complement its own line of rapid-deployment purifiers.”
Aspen Water has developed a global network of military and governmental customers, including all branches of the U.S. Military, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U.S. Border Patrol, as well as governmental and civilian disaster and humanitarian relief agencies. Aspen Water offers both fresh water and full saltwater desalination purifiers. Aspen purifiers are able to produce drinking water from ditches, rivers, lakes or standing water that may contain chemical and/or biological contamination.
Aspen’s Ed Atchley has been presenting at IDEX, in Abu Dhabi, the largest military exhibition in the region, which takes in all of the Gulf Coordinating Council countries, and has been invited to present this month in Baghdad. He will remain in the region until mid-March.