Water! The earth's reserves of clean water are dwindling rapidly and for 25 years the team at IX Power has advanced technologies that treat contaminated water to create more "found" water that can be put to beneficial use. In 2012 we started IX Power Clean Water to bring that advocacy to life to clean some of the worst water on the planet — water that is generated by industry, and sometimes contaminated by nature itself.
Today we offer solutions for cleaning community drinking water and for safely dealing with produced water from industry, that is 80% cheaper and much more environmentally friendly than the common process of transporting and reinjecting this troublesome by-product. We welcome you to our website and encourage you to look through it as we discuss the problems, opportunities, and solutions to cleaning community drinking water and industrial produced water for beneficial reuse.
At IX Power Clean Water, we agree and so to provide the most efficient ... and cost effective treatment solutions for produced water from oil & gas, mining, and industry. Our efforts for these industries have also led us to discover and perfect an exciting new technology for removing arsenic, lead, benzene, cadmium, chromium and more in community drinking water.
John Grizz Deal was recently interviewed on the "POWER HOUR" about the opportunities for produced water from oil & gas operations, and about the history and future of Small Modular (nuclear power) Reactors (SMRs).
Before taking the helm at IX Power Clean Water, Grizz was the CEO at Hyperion Power Generation, the first SMR company to present a new reactor design before the Nuclear Regulatory Commission in the 21st century.
To hear the broadcast, click HERE.
Need to eliminate volatile organics from water such as BTEX (benzene, ethylbenzene, toluene, and xylene), and heavy metals including, but not limited to aluminum, barium and cadmium?
Now it’s easier than ever to witness the remarkable produced water treatment technology of IX Power Clean Water’s OrganiClear. The IX Water team has completed and launched a new mobile OrganiClear unit on wheels. Typical full-size, site-built OrganiClear units treat 2,000 to 5,000 barrels of produced water a day, but the new one-fifth scale mobile system can be quickly driven up to almost any site, run a real-time pre-treatment test, treat the water, and provide post-treatment results. Call today and schedule an on-site demonstration with IX Power Clean Water.
The most efficient method of removing common contaminants from community drinking water, IX Water Blu systems remove Arsenic, Benzene, Cadmium, Chromium, Lead and other contaminants. Learn more ...
At a press conference in Albuquerque recently, U.S. Senator Pete V. Domenici (retired) announced he has joined the board of IX Power Clean Water, Inc. Domenici, who during his 36 years in the United States Senate appropriated funding for water purification and re-use, said he believes recent studies and commercial trials “validate both the process IX Power Clean Water has invented, but also its substantial advantages over present cleanup methods.
“The oil and gas industry alone spends more than $50 billion annually to have its wastewater trucked offsite and disposed of, either in reinjection wells or evaporation ponds. In this era of water scarcity, the approach by IX Power Clean Water holds great promise for water reuse for agriculture and industrial uses at dramatic cost savings.”
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Learn more about Clean Water for Bangladesh, the effort to send IX Water Blü machines to areas most affected by arsenic and other toxin intrusion in community drinking water.
Bangladesh may well have the biggest problem on the planet with polluted water. Over 20 million people in that country have only arsenic-laced water to drink and it's having deadly consequences. One in five Bangladeshis are dying from arsenic poisoning. Some of the arsenic in their water is naturally-occuring. However, a great amount of arsenic and other deadly contaminants have been generated by the textile and leather industry there. Bangladeshis are paying the price with their health and their lives so that wealthy nations on other continents can enjoy cheap fashion.