Clean water and drinkable water are scare now, impacting 1.1 billion people. In a few years it will get worse. That’s when scientists predict two-thirds of the world may suffer from water scarcity. This is the challenge to firms like wastewater treatment specialist LifeQuest World Corp.’s (OTCMKTS:LQWC).
Countries including Somalia, Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Ethiopia, India, Haiti and the Philippines suffer from dirty or not enough clean drinking water.
LQWC’s primary focus now is on developing clean but non-drinkable water from commercial kitchens, government facilities and even latrines. It focuses on reusing the cleaner water it produces for non-drinking purposes. LQWC’s catalyst is its green eco-system strategy.
Max Khan, CEO, says the next step for LQWC may be generating potable drinking water in its key markets. It includes India, the Philippines and in Turkey, LQWC is operating ‘pilot’ programs to demonstrate it can turn the dirtiest of waters into clean liquid. Two proposed pilot programs are in California, U.S.
LQWC is looking into the ultimate goal: developing a network of Water ATM Machines in poor countries that dispense clean drinking water. Larger populations need it and governments are willing to allocate the needed dollars to provide it.
In third-world countries such as Morocco, drinking water is sold on the street. Drinking water is a valuable commodity. Some investors call it ‘liquid gold.’
LQWC is a Water As A Service (WaaS) Company serving water-stressed nations.
This places LQWC in a position where its products are needed. Khan says the Company will turn a profit in 2022. At the same time, it is competing in a large and growing marketplace desperate for clean water.
According to research by Fortune Business Insights, the global water and wastewater treatment market will reach $465 billion by 2028. The human toll is that two-thirds of the world’s population may not have access to clean water by 2025.
LQWC succeeds with a line of proprietary, trademarked and smaller footprint-sized products. It is a green WaaS Company serving water-stressed nations.
LQWC’s future is in front of it.
Max Khan, CEO, is aware of the problem. He says, “In South Africa or India we see water-borne diseases such as cholera. Our Company markets products which clean commercial kitchens, but they can also clean latrines in India that dump raw sewage into waterways.”
LQWC has various kinds of pilot programs. They include a Hilton Hotel in Istanbul in Turkey. This is a ‘seeding operation’ to show that the Company can turn dirty water into clean, Khan says.
LQWC cleans water worldwide for governments, commercial businesses and consumers. It is a green Company taking sludge, grease and fats out of dirty water. The result is clean reusable water.
LQWC’s water-cleaning products include:
- Biopipe: LQWC’s flagship product, this is is the world’s first biological wastewater treatment system where the entire process takes place inside a series of pipes. Biopipe is a patented and proprietary product. It is 100% sludge free, chemical free, odor free and highly scalable.
- Goslyn™ Grease Recovery Device: It is a small but effective device that removes animal fat, grease and food solids.
- Glanris Technology: Removes heavy metals from wastewater.
- Abrimix™: Offers a breakthrough approach to treatment of a wide range of materials in treatment of industrial wastewater. It removes total suspended solids.
Keep LQWC on your Watch List as global water is in short supply. The market for wastewater treatment for LQWC is growing.
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