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Sterile Effluent Technologies

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Waste Water Sterilization and Reclamation

Raw sewage water can be turned into sterile water in a matter of hours and to drinking water in just another 20 minutes.

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E3 Water, LLC’s mission is to dramatically increase the quality and availability of water by integrating innovative water and wastewater treatment technologies into markets worldwide. With these technologies, we will make a difference to communities, transforming their quality of life by protecting the environment, bolstering economic vitality and improving health and well-being.

 

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Global Demand

 

According to the World Bank, "The greatest challenge in the water and sanitation sector over the next two decades will be the implementation of low cost sewage treatment permiting selective reuse of treated effluents.

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DESIGN

 

We believe our proprietary design offers high growth opportunities and compelling technologies for treating and cleaning produced and Frac water from the Oil & Gas industry as well as industrial and municipal wastewater.

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CONSTRUCTION

 

New technologies are needed that are inexpensive to operate, able to remove a wide range of compounds and capable of being integrated into existing treatment schemes and as stand-alone systems.

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DEPLOYMENT

 

E3Group, LLC with its combination of the above companies is on the cutting edge of these technologies and is positioned to make a difference in the cleaning and protection of man's most precious resource: WATER!

"The greatest challenge in the water and sanitation sector over the next two decades will be the implementation of low cost sewage treatment that will at the same time permit selective reuse of treated effluents for agricultural and industrial purposes."

World Bank

China, the most populous nation, needs to build as many as 300 wastewater treatment plants a year to meet government targets. India has similar needs and concerns.

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