LifeQuest World Corp.’s (OTCMKTS: LQWC) mission is to treat wastewater and make it clean again. In a global market estimated by Fortune Business Insights to reach $465 billion by 2028, LQWC believes it can treat wastewater and make a profit doing it.
Enter LQWC’s flagship product: BioPipe. Some 1.1 billion people in water-stressed nations need cleaner water. LQWC’s BioPipe now turns clean water clean, but not drinkable. It reclaims filthy water, treats it then applies it instead to irrigation and other purposes.
LQWC’s catalyst is its green eco-system strategy.
Reaching A 2022 Profit
Max Khan, CEO, says LQWC can clean water worldwide and make a profit in 2022 doing it. LQWC stock is drawing interest from investors who see global clean water as ‘gold.’
LQWC is a Water As A Service (WaaS) Company. Its ‘seeding’ pilot programs are global. LQWC is operating ‘pilot’ programs to demonstrate it can turn the dirtiest waters into clean liquid. They are operating in Turkey, India, the Philippines and California, U.S.
They range from a Hilton Hotel in Istanbul and government facilities in India to commercial kitchens in the Philippines. It takes sludge, grease and fats out of dirty water. Its pilot operations prove it.
BioPipe Is LQWC’s Flagship Product
BioPipe 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, Khan says.
Other devices in LQWC’s line are designed specifically to turn raw sewage into clean water. From latrines in low income areas that are dumped directly into waterways, this Company treats and produces cleans water.
LQWC Meets The Clean Water Challenge
Scientists predict two-thirds of the world’s population may suffer from water scarcity by 2025. But Khan says LQWC is up for the challenge of creating cleaner water.
In the future, LQWC may be able to develop clean potable or drinking water. Khan says it may in the future enter the Water ATM market with water for drinking.
Countries including Somalia, Egypt, Syria, Pakistan, Ethiopia, India, Haiti and the Philippines suffer from dirty or not enough potable water. In third-world countries, such as Morocco, drinking water is sold on the street. Drinking water is a valuable commodity.
Fighting Water-Borne Diseases Like Cholera
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. They can also clean latrines in India that dump raw sewage into waterways.”
LQWC products in addition to PioPipe include:
- 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 stock on your Watch List as clean global water is in short supply. LQWC’s global market is growing.