Media Coverage

April 27, 2020

Water tech firm OriginClear moves corporate HQ from Los Angeles to McKinney

The Dallas Morning News - By Paul O'Donnell
The company bought Progressive Water Treatment Inc. and its Texas facility in 2015. Water treatment technology firm OriginClear Inc. is moving its corporate headquarters from Los Angeles to its manufacturing site in McKinney. Riggs Eckelberry, the company’s CEO, said its California team is now increasingly virtual while its product development and manufacturing takes place at Read the full article...

April 21, 2020

OriginClear Moves HQ to Texas From DTLA

Los Angeles Business Journal - By Howard Fine
Development & Manufacturing Already Centered in Texas OriginClear Inc., a downtown water treatment technology company, announced April 21 that it has moved its corporate headquarters to its manufacturing site in McKinney, Texas, near Dallas. “We have enjoyed our stay at the La Kretz Campus of the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator complex, including its extraordinary prototyping Read the full article...

February 6, 2017

Progressive Water Treatment completes major power plant project

Water Technology - By Editor Water Technology
OriginClear Inc.’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Progressive Water Treatment Inc. (PWT), completed the installation and startup of a $2 million boiler feedwater system for a power plant operated by a major Midwestern public utility. The project utilized all Dow Chemical products. The assignment replaces a 1980s-era water treatment system and doubles plant capacity. 

January 13, 2016

Xcel Energy selects OriginClear subsidiary PWT for boiler contract

Filtration + Separation - By Roisin Reidy
Minnesota-based public utility Xcel Energy has awarded OriginClear Inc’s Progressive Water Treatment Inc (PWT) a contract valued at nearly US$2 million for a boiler feedwater treatment system. The project involves treating a site groundwater source for high pressure boiler feed make-up. The primary processes that will be used to treat the ground water are ultrafiltration Read the full article...

November 4, 2015

PWT reverse osmosis systems recover millions of gallons for Texas city’s drinking water

Filtration + Separation - By Amanda Jacob
PWT fabricated and installed dual 350 gallons per minute (gpm) reverse osmosis (RO) systems to recover reject water from existing, primary RO systems. According to the company, the new systems have operated at more than 99% efficiency since their commissioning. “Horizon City is now able to use this water as a source for drinking water,” Read the full article...

October 26, 2015

Progressive Water Treatment Turns Previously Rejected Water into Freshwater

Environment + Energy Leader - By Jessica Lyons Hardcastle
Water treatment provider OriginClear says that a system built by its wholly owned subsidiary, Dallas-based Progressive Water Treatment, is recovering 700 gallons per minute (gpm) of previously rejected water at the existing reverse osmosis (RO) treatment plant in Horizon City, Texas. The recovered water is being blended with raw well water for consumption as city drinking water. “That’s over a Read the full article...