Investing in Water | Riggs Eckelberry

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Today’s episode features Riggs Eckelberry, the CEO of Origin Clear.

Riggs grew up the son of an international businessman.

He also had a natural draw towards making the world a better place and joined a Non-profit right out of high school.

Then in the early 80s, he followed his passion for technology and started his very own tech company in New York.

Riggs eventually sold that to one of his sales reps but didn’t let that stop his business journey.

After some high-level executive positions, he eventually became a CEO in the mid-2000s for what would become a major disruptor in the water industry.

This company, which Riggs is still the CEO of today, is called Origin Clear.

Today, there is a growing need for water independence as central infrastructure fails and populations migrate to secondary cities.

Origin Clear answers that call with their Water On Demand initiative which allows everyday investors to invest directly in productive water projects, thereby enabling businesses and communities to pay for only the water they use with no upfront capital required.

End-users simply sign a long-term service contract, with regional water companies providing expert support.

Innovative OriginClear modular systems are licensed to builders to standardize the fleet, leaving zero “new technology” risk as only proven technologies, systems, and methods are implemented.

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