NetworkNewsBreaks – OriginClear, Inc. (OCLN) and Spain-Based Licensee Depuporc Unveil Comprehensive Manure Treatment System

OriginClear (OTC: OCLN), a leading provider of water treatment solutions, together with its Spain-based licensee Depuporc S.L. (www.Depuporc.com), today announced successful completion of a comprehensive system with the capabilities to continuously transform pig manure into a zero-waste output of fertilizer and clean irrigation water. According to the update, a leading Spanish pork producer hosted a demonstration version of the system as part of its plan to dramatically increase production while complying with strict European Union limits. A company video featuring the system is available on OCLN’s website (http://nnw.fm/0lAkL). “Most operators in the region are planning large increases in hog farming, but their lands are already saturated with ammonia. Strict EU limits make ammonia reduction absolutely essential before increases in swine production can occur,” Eduardo Chopo, co-owner of Depuporc, said in the news release. “The logical solution for these operators is to treat the manure for fertilizer and water reuse. This is where our patented system, which incorporates OriginClear’s technology as a third and final step, has been shown to reduce pollutants and also generate valuable fertilizer and irrigation-grade water, solving a major barrier to expansion for European hog farmers.”

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About OriginClear Inc.

OriginClear addresses the self-reliant water market, deploying advanced technologies at the point of use with modular, prefabricated systems that create durable assets and water independence for industry, commerce and agriculture. From its Texas-based factory, OriginClear designs and prefabricates an entire line of plug-n-play, containerized Modular Water Systems(TM) that enable water purification, recycling and wastewater management. The company manufactures and distributes these professional-grade, self-reliant units to commercial and industrial properties such as hotels and resorts, real-estate housing developments, office buildings, military installations, schools, farms, food and beverage manufacturers, industrial warehouse, oil and gas producers, and medical and pharmaceutical facilities. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.OriginClear.com.

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