Water Is The New Gold: How Does Everything We Do Create Success?
Well hello everyone again, and this is waterson new gold, co-host, tom archicello, who will deliver the, tom martial cello, report. Super cool. So we have. We have a very packed agenda. What is the new gold, helping you thrive in the world's only vital scarce, and recession-proof, market it is today the 30th. Last. Report of july. First of all of course i'll give you the, important notices, of the day. Which is safe harvest, statement. Where we. Say we things. Are anticipated. Intended etc. We should not bank on them but they are our very. Best. Estimation, and the regulation, d is for accredited, investors. And, again the securities, exchange commission has not. Passed on the validity, of these. Now. Sharkpreneur. We're in the middle of. An epidemic, pandemic. That. Is not very different from previous ones but this time we're paying attention. Right. So, um, and it's good because we're we're. Reforming, our practices, we're washing our hands and so forth, well maybe we need to take care of the water more because. Water is why sanitation, is why we are not going to have, 80 or 100 million dead like we did with the spanish flu, when there were no flushing toilets. Today. We do have the flushing toilets but we still have a big problem. I believe, that the best. Way to prevent future pandemics. Is to dramatically, improve sanitation. The. Is, doing it, that's the challenge, you know they'd say we've invented 50, of the anti-gravity. Chair we've got the chair, right, so, where is the, the point of leverage, on transforming, this industry. And that. Was that show i'm going to move on directly, to the next one. And this is the ellis martin show that was done uh, two days ago. This is a sponsored, show, and um. He's on the radio, so he's not normally, his kitchen is not normally, seen but i i recorded, it so that we would have it here's, here's a short excerpt. How does one potentially. And i know we've got some listeners, out there that, may be interested in possibly, investing, in this. Methodology. In oregon clear how does that happen, for example, when airbnb, was first being you know developed. You couldn't, invest in one of those. Airbnbs. Because it wasn't rolling right, so what did people invest in they invested in airbnb. And it became, you know a multi-billion, dollar company. Now. Disclaimer, i'm not claiming we'll be a multi-billion, dollar company but i think we can be a lot bigger than what we are today. By executing, on this. And then eventually. People started. Doing the investing in airbnbs. And becoming, little, hoteliers. You know the micro, chains of hotels. And that was a later business it's the same thing here, currently. We don't have the late the the we haven't built. This marketplace. It's, being built that we're doing we have all these lab. Uh projects. This airbnb. For water. I believe. Will change, the way, water, is, done in the world. Because, they'll be easy financing. Now. Here's something, else i wanted to share with you that is a very, very recent development, that you're the first to hear, it's a virtual, circle because. Let's say that. Somebody has a need. Our modular, water systems, chief engineer. Dan earley. Develops, a solution. We help finance, it get it going. And now it's one of our products, being sold in the marketplace. We did that with a product called the pool preserver. Which is a wonderful little trailer mounted. System, that that, can pull up to a house. And recycle, all the water and avoid. You know having to flush all that water out every couple. Ever, twice a year. And, that. Product called the pool preserver. Was first financed, one of using this creative financing, method. Creating, a whole new business for these pool cleaning companies. Which are often, you know. One or two. Person shows. And. It has now become a product. That we're selling, and so there's this really cool thing where. We're. Creating new products. Out of. Solving, a problem. That got that we got financing, for, and. I i, i'm so excited, about where this is going alice because. I have um. We have a very strong division, in texas, which. Builds, amazing. Systems well they built the first pool preserver. And. To, for a pioneer who was just inventing the whole idea. And. They can build. Anything. These. Guys and gals. Have built two million dollar systems. Twenty thousand dollar systems the, everything in between. You tell them what you want they'll do it so a whole variety of things that they can build. So we have this ability to build things. Solve the problem. Get a system in place, and now we have a product. Which becomes a standard product line, no longer custom. And, how, is that isn't that a great way.
To Create cool new products. Because. Literally, they're being financed. And. Everybody wins, it's amazing. I was just going to say it sounds like a win for everybody, involved, that does sound. Amazing. Think about it. There's been no investment, market for water it doesn't exist, why because they were all huge. They were all billion dollar. Municipal, bonds remember how you could you could always invest in a tax-free, bond, right, for a sewage system. Well they still go on but you know. And now. For the first time. Ordinary. Investors. Who, maybe were investing in real estate ouch that kind of hurt didn't it because it's not doing so well, ordinary investors, who got into oil and gas. Uh not so great this year either is it. Uh, solar which has been set back five years by covid. Water has not been a factor it's not been, it hasn't had a depression why because there's never been any investment in it and once people can invest in it the demand for water is not going to change. Covid, is not going to change the demand for water. No possible, disaster, could in fact, disasters, could only increase the demand for fresh clean water right, so, it's really, the ideal, commodity, because. Demand for it will never, become, less. And that's the pioneering, we're doing that i'm so excited about, that i want to invite your listeners. To come listen to me report on every week, on oc dot go slash ceo. And i really want to see you all here, well riggs it's great speaking with you for the first time on our airwaves, thanks so much for joining me today on the program, and i look forward to chatting with you again in the very near future thanks so much. So that's, that show, and um. The full, ls as well potentially. Show, is, going to be. Available one website. But, i wanted to get on with it, we have something called the origin, clear, process. Now probably the screen is a bit fuzzy right now. Because i'm still in video mode because the very first. Piece of this new. Powerpoint, that reflects, what i was just telling ellis about the breakthrough. Of the full integration. Is very interesting and i'll tell you more of a story about that in a second but let me get going. With this. New video. The origin clear process for solving public health. Worldwide. So. So after that video, we talk about so sanitation, is survival. What does that mean. Well we know that the spanish flu which is actually a chinese flu, is called the spanish flu only because. The only country that had a free press at the in 1918. Was spain. So that they're the only guys that reported it everybody else kept it a secret it killed. Actually some say as many as 100 million people. And the cause was sanitation, in other words the terrible, conditions, in the trenches in world war one all the, soldiers, come back home spread it all over the world. Also there was no running water flushing toilets.
And In fact. In most of the world and that's true still in most of the world but it's gotten better. Where are we at today. Well we are better at today, cover 19 fatalities, are much lower than spanish health. But we still have had the worst economic crash in history. Worse, than the crash, that resulted. From the spanish, flu. Which was in. If you look at 1920. 21, there. Down 28.6. Percent, that was a previous record, caused by. Up to 100 million people dying. So. It gives you an idea, now 100 million people. Compared to the population, back then is something like, 300, million today. So think about it, we have a very interconnected. Economy. And so it's really really important, that we stay on track with, sanitation. The situation, is not very good the united states national, nations reports. That, 1.2, billion people don't have safe water. And 2.6, billion do not have decent sanitation, they're still using outhouses. And so forth. Worldwide, only one-fifth, as a sewage is treated i say this very often 30, of the industrial, weight of water, is treated meaning 70, is not. And then finally, uh just in the usa, for example we have 26 million septic tanks. That generate, 200 000 bacterial, infections, infections a year and a hundred thousand. Viral infections, a year that's just from the septic tanks and there's many other sources, so. We have to do something about it we also have safe drinking water, violations. This is uh. From the nrdc, natural. Natural resources, defense council. And these are all the safe water violations, that were reported. You have a huge amount of violations. Here. And you can actually look these up by going to. The environmental, water group. Ewg.org. And looking under your zip code and you will see the condition of your water. Not very pretty, what is the problem. The big central water grid no longer works, that is the core issue. So what does that mean we've had infrastructure, decay since 1960. At least. This is from a report. By the central, budget office public spending on transportation, water infrastructure, this is from a. Webinar by lux research, and by the way if you want the webinar, just, let devin know, uh you'll see his. Phone number at the end or his email and i'll give you. Access, to the webinar. Really interesting, anyway, aging infrastructure. Widening investment, gap, i did not do the type 1 aging that was not me. But it shows that in 2012. Adjusted dollars here. It went from something like 14, billion to 72, billion so almost a seven times increase. That's like when you don't maintain. Your. Old. Toyota, celica. And it starts to bleed a lot of oil and stuff like that or you have to keep maintaining, you're not getting a new car, you're not getting a new car you just keep trying to maintain the old car problem's getting worse.
The Investment, gap, will turn into 150, billion, added, each year over the next decade. This is horrendous. So, we have this. Enormous, gap. And, you can see from the graph there. It's not a small number the spending, is the blue, very small, and it's what on. 2025. It's around 45, billion. Whereas the need is 160. Billion. So you see how fast this grows it's horrendous, you. And i don't feel it when we we can flush our toilets at home we have clean clean-ish, water, coming in. But. This is not the case with businesses, and that's where the problem, occurs. So the answer is micro, water systems in other words decentralized. Treatment, at the point of use, i say micro water systems because. In energy you have the central big grid and then you have the micro, grid. And more and more, electrical, activities occurring in the micro grid not the central grid, similar thing here, what is it what do i mean by this, it's also called point of use, well here we have a picture. Where, all these different locations. And uh. They're doing their own treatment, and as a result, the bottom there the central wastewater, treatment plant is much much smaller, than it has to be so, lower, lower volumes of wastewater. Less, water loading to downstream, centralized facilities. And, advanced, treatment technologies. That's us enabled, localized. Reuse. Technology, barriers. There are issues, scaling, down from the huge, is very hard. Number two, remote monitoring. Meaning, internet. You know, of things iot. Industrial, internet of things iiot. System reliability. Regulations. That's being solved, so. Technology, is, is very much needed. Finance. Wall street finances, big central water projects, with bonds. But there's no such marketplace, for newer. Micro, water, projects. As a result funding takes months if it happens, at all that's a big issue, that we noticed. Is slowing things down, and the micro water projects, are the ones that are going to save us because they're small and they they can be, rolled out quickly, the origin clear process. Now why am i this is really interesting because a few months ago i was saying, we've got an old part of our business which doesn't grow fast, which is the texas, operation, and modular water and so forth. And, it's just. It's doing fine, it's not going to grow fast. And separately we're building investor, water which is the financing, thing. Recently. They became integrated. This was a result of our pilot program this is so exciting, and tom's going to be telling us about it about this in a minute but let me just run you through it, first of all of course we've raised millions of dollars to develop this process what are the investments, for example. Our core technology. And acquisition. Licensing, of patents. For self-standing, modular water systems, and the current pilots. Of direct investment, in microwater. Systems, so these things have all added up our texas manufacturing. Operation. Right there the, the silver-haired, guy is mark stevens he's the head of it on the left is dan early, our chief engineer, for the entire company he's amazing, guy. And. He is the inventor, of our unique modular, technology. Which. You know roll-on, roll-off. Systems. That, can be deployed, quickly, and also. If. Financing, goes sour you can always take them back, and that's what's, the key thing there. And that's dan early who licensed it to us for 10 years with with, re-licensing. Rights. And then our water investment pilot which you've heard a lot about, which i won't get into, but basically it's how you create. This airbnb, for water that i was talking about here's the full process integration. And this will be animated this is going to be cool animations, literally i wrote this today so, bear with me, customer request a solution. I've got a problem with my. Well. Let's say a 200, home. Subdivision, that i'm building in alpharetta, georgia, it's off the grid, i need a closed circuit, wastewater. Treatment system. Dan early, or or mark stevens, design the system. Then we work out the financing. Either, normal leasing, or there's a new alternative, that we're working on. The customer system is delivered. Then we standardize, a product. And now we market the standard product we have a case study, pool preserver. So this device, here. Was built originally as a custom solution, and what it is you see the little, pipes snaking, into the pool and back, it's basically. Like a recirculation. System what it does, over a period of six or eight hours, is it completely replaces, the water in your pool, and you don't have to drain the pool, important, because when you drain pools.
They Crack. They also, you know on the bottom right you see a pool that lifted up out of the ground, because. The water table like in florida is. So high up that when you emptied out the pool the pool goes up, these are all very common problems so you don't want to empty out your pool, this is very expensive problem by the way. We we worked on a recycling, solution here's the guys working under the trailer, here at the left is are the. Membranes, that are going to go in, and then, the final, solution. Is there, financing. Now, we did some creative financing, for the pool preserver. And, as a result it was possible to do, and now we are piloting, how we can do this more and more, because. We you know set this program up and publicized, it we have a lot of leads. People are interested in thomas dealing with those leads. And, again we're still in pilot this is not an investment, offering, we're doing this stuff. On a one by one basis, working, with. Leasing companies, or, you know, sophisticated. Investors. But is not. An investment, offer. Now here, on the website, you'll see. That we've actually put the business model in place so we have all the ways. That, it creates, benefits, and there's a whole. What they call pro forma which is the theoretical. Business model and it goes on the page goes on and on so, it's all up there on the website. And it's now a standard product. On, originclear.com. So that is the exciting thing, product line now has, we've developed an entry level product which is inexpensive. And a full-size, one. We're achieving price, efficiency, we're getting leads, being generated, through our marketing, he's financing, solutions of putting pool cleaning people into new business here's, ryan kustra. Who, like millions of others found himself without a job, and. He said. That the timing could not have been better i'm super excited, already thinking about a second one he's making good money he's i think paying something like three thousand dollars a month for his unit, and last i heard he was doing. 14, 15, 000, a month and this is what's great you deliver the machine you plug it in you go to your other pools come back, take it up it's, additional, revenue at the same time, and we're planning strategic, partnerships, with pool companies, and and distributors. The winning combination. For this was. Progressive water treatment, fabricating, a custom, modular water, doing the prefabrication. Uh the designs, of it then, the. Financing, that was done, we standardized, the product line total win for pool industry. Water savings. Pool saves from cracking. Businesses, created, at a time of major recession. This, i feel is the winning combination. Now, phil and through investors, is an amazing, group. That, uh has done a wonderful job in real estate. And that, company that they've they've built is, number 128, i think 500, 3000. Into your growth, and they basically. Have the philosophy. Of, helping people in this case getting into houses they could never get into in the first place, and also making money for the investor. Now, they reached out to us to go into partnership, with us. And i hasten to add that none of what we do, is, they. They don't endorse it because, here's what they do, they engage in the rigorous, screening, processes, to certify. And so they are actually interested, in making sure that these things, are, high quality products and services, etc. So they're certified, they educate the entertain. Confer protection, create a community, very exciting people and we're honored. To be licensing. Their, brand. From them and also to be working with them, on improving our process. Now. You ask, how can i invest in origin clear remember. You can't say airbnb, story in the beginning you couldn't invest, in. The actual, airbnbs, that didn't exist you invested in, airbnb, itself. And this is the opportunity, itself, well, it's, for accredited, and offshore investors, only, there is this corporate bond. Where you get double-digit, yield, you get an immediate, grant of a quarter of your investment. As stock, that is a protected. Zone, that you can then, when you convert it into common stock, it's converted, at the price. Then, and also by the way, if the price goes up you capture the current low price. And then you can redeem the investment anytime, for twice. If you invested a hundred thousand dollars. At any time, you can redeem it for two hundred thousand dollars in stock, priced again at the time of conversion, which tends to protect you of course, there's no such thing as a sure thing in stocks. But we've done our very best, to protect, you guys. It's a hundred thousand dollar unit. Uh but you can. Invest, in fractional, why invest. Well to help us develop a direct investment marketplace, the airbnb, for water.
And Also. This unique, origin clear process. We think will drive the micro, water systems market, so we'll become, dominant, we believe. You get paid to wait, you get double digit dividends, convert to stock when the time is right. And. You will have a chance to join the philadelphia investor network of investors. Who also do great work in real estate as i said. All right, and here's the action, which i'm going to get to later, okay so that is our new. Standard corporate, presentation. And so i'm going to flip back here, to. The tom marchilla, report. It's all, yours. How are we doing in texas, how's it going. Texas is actually doing great man, the team is just, cracking. This month i'm very impressed, and very proud of the team. Honestly. Probably the most amount of like, active, inbound, leads, plus. New purchase orders, plus, new. Proposals. All at once like. Our, big discussion, today was that we need to actually hire, another person, we need another engineer. And we're probably gonna need some improvement, to our process. Just to get all the workload done. So that's, on the table and i have to actually wrap that up tomorrow with the guys because. We actually have that much work it's actually it's really cool. Wow, well in fact, what i thought we would do is is i i went ahead and redacted, one of the proposals. That you sent me, as an example. Yeah so i can explain what this is so. We. Put proposals, out when folks ask us to do things like pump stations, so our. Modular, product line of pump stations. Has caught, on with a lot of the consulting, engineering. Community, who service. Small cities and towns. And so what happens, is when they. Get an order for pump stations typically they'll get an order for multiple, pump stations, in this case this is an order for four. Pump stations, actually, of our design. Uh where we basically, just do one right after the other uh for municipality. So basically, shows how we, put the whole thing together, these are pricing, in at about a hundred and. Fifteen thousand dollars a shot, you know plus our our services, and some other costs for installation. And startup. And you can go through it shows a little bit about kind of the design, shows actually our equipment. Shows sort of the materials, we're going to put in there that's an example of one of our pump stations, on a big flatbed, that's, being delivered, they're fairly sizable, obviously. And this, gets into the actual equipment that's inside the pump station, basin, so you can see the. Pumps and grinders, and so forth that we'll use in the device. And, it goes through our terms and conditions and so forth, the reason why we're showing is because we're getting good at. Standardizing. Not just our products but also our, our business process, so this way we can turn around our pricing quotes, and we can turn around our proposals, quicker. Those go into the hands of the engineering, teams that we work with, they're able to understand, them and then repeat the process, again so we can bid on more projects more frequently, fantastic. So that's the last page there and it shows all the things that, progressive, water does. And now we'll turn to. A very cool, product, which, is. Really interesting for us now why are the booster pump stations so interesting for us yeah booster, pump skids, are, are just like a bread and butter product, for any kind of issues in water. So, especially in industrial. And commercial, environments. A lot of times they have, pumps, in place for some different, you know processes. But often what will happen is they'll become overloaded. Or they're just too small, so they need a bigger pump a booster. Basically. To make the water flow faster, so a booster pump skid. Because we assembled the entire, thing as a unit, at our factory and it's ready to go you basically, can drop it in and, plug it right in and turn it on. And just start, pushing the water. And there's no downtime, for waiting and so forth it's very very popular, very important product, because then the manufacturing. Process, or the industrial, process does not have to shut down at all it basically, continues, to just rip, so that's, that's why these are really important, from uh, you know. You, i love what you're doing because what you're doing is creating all these standardized, products.
And, In fact, the other, interesting thing that's going on is we know that, a very important business builder, is consumable. Sales right. When you're selling the. Filter, replacement, filters and stuff, membranes. Gas so what happened. We had a big pop. Yeah. 200, grand, in one month on that, so usually it's like 50 right, yeah 50 is pretty common, you know we're always selling filters and so forth but in this case we. We had some additional, orders, we. Also, actively. Have been out you know selling. Selling membranes, and literally we sent an email out to more people saying, hey we're here in texas we're still doing wait, you didn't just wait for the business to come. No we didn't we actually help people here alive, and doing things, and people respond to that, look it's important to tell people every now and then that we're in america. We're in texas. We're doing stuff, as americans. And people respond to that because. There is some issues right now with supply chain of of issues coming from overseas, and people are getting hurt with it, on their projects, so yes they like the idea that we're trustworthy, and we're right here. Re-shoring. In fact we're getting a lot of mileage out of the fact that we are texas, not. China or wherever, yeah, absolutely that's that's well so i i like where the numbers are going and, tom i really appreciate your hard work on it, thanks and thank you for mentioning the uh reserve, i literally was on the phone. A bunch today, and yesterday, and the day before. By, people interested, in the pool, product which is really great. You know and then we have some. Awesome new designs, that you know we're excited about. That'll help as well. And you know it's funny actually, dan and mark and i were, ex trying to explain to each other, actually why it was so important. And we came up with something that we thought was useful because you know when when you think about a pool. At somebody's, house, they're spending on average about fifty five thousand dollars to a hundred grand, for these beautiful backyard, pools right. And. You know it's it's kind of an elite, or premier, status, issue to have great stuff and they want really awesome water. You know so when you think about it there's, it's like 20. Of some home value, is in the pool. That's a lot right. In america, think about that that 20, of your home values, is all around your pool activity. So you want to really take care of it because you don't want the chips and the dings and stuff. And when you really start explaining. How valuable, the pool is and how much money went into it, people are like oh yeah, reverse, osmosis. You know pool cleaning, is totally, what i want because i want to take really great care of that i want the best water possible so people are, they get it they're like i really like that. Yeah and speaking of reverse osmosis. Um, we can't say who yet but that our hotel. Chain that we're working with is starting to give us orders very exciting. Again, a testimony, to your incredible, persistence, tom because you have been all over it forget, months. It has been a while. No doubt, i i i joke every now and then going at least, we're slow. You know in the industry, for water but, that's, kind of the irony of it all right, we know that the industry. Historically. Has been slow, there's a process, to it but dan would like to tell you it's more like, like a steamroller. Or a train, or a titanic. Once it's on track it just keeps, on plowing, so i honestly, think we're, we're on this track now where we're just. Hitting it and repeating, it and now it's like just going to chug its way along, and we'll just keep executing, so, amen. And again i appreciate, that, i'm hearing great things and of course. We're still, carrying out. The this financing. Pilot. Which we believe is going to speed things up, how can you participate. Preferred stock offering a corporate bond, double digit, dividends. We've covered this before. And here's your contact information. Eight seven seven four four zero four six zero three ken barringer, the amazing, ken barringer at extension two zero one, devin angus at extension 116. Or email, invest, origin, clear, dot com. Schedule a call with ken this is super cool oc dot gold slash ken, grab a slot, you're talking to him, feel free to harass him tell him that, he needs to i don't know shave, something, but call him. Schedule a call with him. Uh i'm i'm just trying to give him a hard time. Anyway, so. I'm going to just uh check some of our chats here. So, daryl. We've got daryl saying glad you hear the. Like the heat of north central texas. From weatherford. Beats the florida humidity, for sure. Actually. Both. Both, myself, and tom on this show we are in florida.
And In fact. The company's headquarters. Recently. Was relocated, to the tampa bay area, but our manufacturing. Is for sure in texas. Daryl wants a tour of this texas facility. Just email, invest, originclear.com. We'll take care of you. It's been a packed, discussion, i'm super excited again about the origin clear process. You're going to be hearing more and more about it it's more holistic. Where i was working on it before it was like doing the financing, here and doing. Texas over there and modular water and, now it's become one hole and it's all generating. A. Product, line. And i invite you to go to. The, actual website. Which is, you know originclear.com. And. There is a whole. Page as i told you, for the pool preserver. You're welcome, to take a look in detail. This is a super cool product. Here i'm showing you the it's under water purification. Pool preserver. And, right here you've got this cool thing. With the video presentation. And all the cool stuff i won't get into it with you because. We are out of time but there's a whole gallery of photos. Kevin pruitt our. Content marketer. Did a great job here. The benefits. Of pro forma. All the way down. Technical, factors. The announcement, that we made, and the form so do join us, feel free to reach out, everyone, i want to thank you for, for being with us for sticking we, virtually everyone stuck around so thank you for that. And. Have a great weekend. I'll see you in. August. You.