Jun 24

EcoloBlue Soda-Summer’s Sparkling Water

Summer is finally here! With temperatures rising, it is important to stay hydrated to avoid any health issues. Of course drinking water is the best way to stay hydrated, but there are other options too. Instead of drinking plain water, try sparkling water for a good source of staying hydrated. Companies are coming out with new designs and new flavors of sparkling water to entice consumers to buy their product. Be careful and do not impulse buy, read the label and the ingredients that are used to make their sparkling water. Some sparkling waters include artificial flavoring and artificial sweeteners that are harmful to your health. Others may have all natural ingredients but the cost per bottle/can make buying one not an affordable option. We found a sparkling water on sale at a grocery store for $1.00 per 12 ounce can. If a person drinks six cups of water per day that would add up to four 12 ounce cans of sparking water per day, for a total of $4.00 a day. That is $120 spent a month drinking sparkling water, per person.
Save money and create your own natural flavored sparkling water with EcoloBlue’s atmospheric water generator Soda machine. You can use fruits or other natural herbs and enjoy sparking water with the flavors that you like. You will not have to be inconvenienced by running to the grocery store and hope to find sparkling water on sale. You will you have to worry about buying sparkling water with artificial ingredients that are not healthy for you. With EcoloBlue’s Soda machine you will have the benefit of sparkling water at any time with flavors of your choice. If you do not want to pay for the machine all at once EcoloBlue also offers financing options. Why not pay a onetime fee for a product that can last a lifetime and enjoy sparkling water whenever you want it.


Jun 20

New Creative Solutions To Crucial Global Problem Brings Attention To EcoloBlue

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With stories of cities and towns ravaged by natural disasters permeating the news, many companies are working on solutions to problems such as the lack of clean drinking water. One such company is EcoloBlue, which is based in Pacheco, California. The company has developed technology that converts water vapor in the air into liquid water, which can serve many purposes, including drinking water and water for daily uses, such as bathing and washing. The company primarily manufactures smaller units for homes and offices, but its technology could offer a solution in situations where clean water is scarce. Heather Jepsen, Vice President of Operations, shares the company’s story, including how its products have been marketed and how it is gaining recognition in an industry that doesn’t always immediately embrace newer technology.

Read the full article: http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2016/06/20/solutions-brings-attention-to-company/


Jun 16

California company brings ‘water generator’ to Flint



EcoloBlue Proposes Big Solution For Flint: Atmospheric Water Generators

Read more: http://www.benzinga.com/news/16/06/8119620/ecoloblue-proposes-big-solution-for-flint-atmospheric-water-generators#ixzz4BlOICViu

On Thursday, president and CEO of Ecoloblue Water and Energy Henri-James Tieleman came to Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church in Flint proposing a possible solution: atmospheric water generators (AWG).

Flint native and Michigan State Representative Phil Phelps for the 49th House District, which includes part of the city of Flint, and Flint and Mount Morris townships, helped introduce this new plan.

Accompanying Phelps from the Capitol was Michigan State Representative Henry Yanez for the 25th District, who says they’re going to do the best they can to make sure Flint starts moving toward a healthier and more sustainable community.

“This is something that’s long overdue and I’m glad Ecoloblue is here. I am going to do whatever I can as a legislator so the residents of Flint can get fresh healthy water and fresh healthy food,” Rep. Yanez told Benzinga.

Read more

Jun 15

EcoloBlue in Flint, Michigan to Discuss Water Issues

For Immediate Release 

Date:  06/15/2016

Location:  Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church

1417 Stevenson St., Flint, MI 48504

Time:  4:00 PM

Webpage:    www.ecoloblue.com

Today we welcome the co-founder of EcoloBlue to Flint.  EcoloBlue manufactures Atmospheric Water Generators.  EcoloBlue is a mission based organization created to ensure that people around the world have access to clean drinking water.  EcoloBlue has been providing ATMOSPHERIC WATER appliances to the world for 8 years.  Today you can sample the pure water from an EcoloBlue 30 unit.

The EcoloBlue 30 Series machines are sleek, state-of-the-art atmospheric water generators (AWG) that harvest water from the humidity in the air.  Air is the only water source required for the EcoloBlue 30 Series Generators.  Once the water is collected, the machine filters (12 stages of filtration) and purifies the water.  The EcoloBlue 30 Series Generators sustainably deliver a continuous supply of delicious, 99.9% pure water with efficiency and without plastic bottles.

The technology works at 35% relative humidity and higher.  Detroit’s average annual relative humidity is 71%.  The cost to generate one gallon of water is approximately $0.16.  The EcoloBlue 30 is for home and office use and produces between 6-8 gallons of hot and/or cold water every 24 hours.  Industrial units produce 30 to 6 million gallons a day.

Emergency units, the EcoloBlue A.C.E., provide quick solutions when natural disasters strike.  The A.C.E. is a single container that has a power generator, a water generator and an automated packaging facility all in a 40-foot container that can easily be airlifted, trucked or transported by train to a disaster stricken area.

All EcoloBlue units can be powered by electricity, power generator, solar, or bio fuels.

Henri-James Tieleman is the co-founder of EcoloBlue and is here today to collaborate with community leaders in presenting this innovative water technology.

First Speaker:    Jim Ananich – State Senator

Second Speake:  Lance Stokes Ph.D.

Third Speaker:   Henri-James Tieleman (co-founder of EcoloBlue)

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Wednesday, June 15, 2016 Contact: Rep. Phil Phelps
Phone: (517) 373-7515

Rep. Phelps to Host Demonstration of Atmospheric Water Generator

FLINT — State Representative Phil Phelps (D-Flushing) will host a press conference to host a demonstration of EcoloBlue’s atmospheric water generators, in addition to a special announcement. The event will take place Wednesday, June 15, at 4 p.m. at Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church, 1417 Stevenson St. in Flint. Joining Phelps for the event will be state Reps. Sheldon Neeley (D-Flint) and Henry Yanez (D-Sterling Heights), Henri-James Tielmen of EcoloBlue, Dr. Lance Stokes of MetroAg, the Rev. Jeffery Hawkins Sr. and Bill Korreck of Global Treatment Solutions.

WHO: State Representatives Phil Phelps (D-Flushing), Sheldon Neeley (D-Flint) and Henry Yanez (D-Sterling Heights); Henri-James Tielmen of EcoloBlue, Dr. Lance Stokes of MetroAg, the Rev. Jeffery Hawkins Sr. and Bill Korreck of Global Treatment Solutions

WHERE: Prince of Peace Missionary Baptist Church
1417 Stevenson St.

WHEN: Wednesday, June 15, at 4 p.m.


Jun 15

EcoloBlue Launched Their New Website

Ecoloblue home page


You asked for it and we created it.


EcoloBlue has launched their new website! The website is interactive and user friendly. Find out about all the products we have to offer and see how the atmospheric water generators (AWGs) work. You can view videos about our AWGs, as well as can chat with a Sales Representative or Technical Support (during normal business hours).  Get up to date information on your orders, with the option to view your account, place new orders using your credit card, PayPal or check.

Read the testimonials from other satisfied customers, and get answers to your frequently asked questions. View our latest blog information, and connect with us on social media, all through the new website.

Check it out at http://www.ecoloblue.com

Jun 02

EcoloBlue’s Ad in CannaInvestor Magazine

You can read CannaInvestor HERE. EcoloBlue’s Ad is on Page 17.


Jun 02

Real Life Examples of Plastic Pollution

IMG_0221A friend of Ecoloblue sent us these alarming pictures of a beach in Central America. On this beach you do not see beautiful sand and pretty water. Instead you see a lot of trash, mainly plastic bottles. Drinking out of a plastic water bottle may seem convenient and inexpensive, but these bottles never fully biodegrade. They also harm the ocean, according to plastic-pollution.org over 8 million metric tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year. Plastic water bottles contain chemicals that can be released in the ocean and affect sea animals for years. Unfortunately most beaches do not have recycle stations which makes the convenience of bringing a water bottle to the beach not so convenient, if you have to bring it home to recycle it. Going for a walk on the beach or letting your feet sink into the sand is no longer an option because many beaches are starting to look like the pictures shown here.

IMG_0222EcoWatch.com offers even more interesting facts about plastic pollution

  • In the Los Angeles area alone, 10 metric tons of plastic fragments—like grocery bags, straws and soda bottles—are carried into the Pacific Ocean every day.
  • Over the last ten years we have produced more plastic than during the whole of the last century.
  • 50 percent of the plastic we use, we use just once and throw away.
  • Enough plastic is thrown away each year to circle the earth four times.
  • We currently recover only five percent of the plastics we produce.
  • The average American throws away approximately 185 pounds of plastic per year.
  • Plastic accounts for around 10 percent of the total waste we generate.
  • The production of plastic uses around eight percent of the world’s oil production (bioplastics are not a good solution as they require food source crops).
  • Americans throw away 35 billion plastic water bottles every year (source: Brita)
  • Plastic in the ocean breaks down into such small segments that pieces of plastic from a one liter bottle could end up on every mile of beach throughout the world.
  • Annually approximately 500 billion plastic bags are used worldwide. More than one million bags are used every minute.
  • 46 percent of plastics float (EPA 2006) and it can drift for years before eventually concentrating in the ocean gyres.
  • It takes 500-1,000 years for plastic to degrade.
  • Billions of pounds of plastic can be found in swirling convergences in the oceans making up about 40 percent of the world’s ocean surfaces. 80 percent of pollution enters the ocean from the land.
  • The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is located in the North Pacific Gyre off the coast of California and is the largest ocean garbage site in the world. This floating mass of plastic is twice the size of Texas, with plastic pieces outnumbering sea life six to one.
  • Plastic constitutes approximately 90 percent of all trash floating on the ocean’s surface, with 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.
  • One million sea birds and 100,000 marine mammals are killed annually from plastic in our oceans.
  • 44 percent of all seabird species, 22 percent of cetaceans, all sea turtle species and a growing list of fish species have been documented with plastic in or around their bodies.
  • In samples collected in Lake Erie, 85 percent of the plastic particles were smaller than two-tenths of an inch, and much of that was microscopic. Researchers found 1,500 and 1.7 million of these particles per square mile.
  • Virtually every piece of plastic that was ever made still exists in some shape or form (with the exception of the small amount that has been incinerated).
  • Plastic chemicals can be absorbed by the body—93 percent of Americans age six or older test positive for BPA (a plastic chemical).
  • Some of these compounds found in plastic have been found to alter hormones or have other potential human health effects.

May 31

Employee Andrew Fowler Remembers Fallen Soldiers

Andrew Fowler is the Technical Department Manager here at EcoloBlue. He is an outstanding employee and we are proud of what he has done to show recognition for fallen soldiers.

May 27

Fighting Plastic Pollution: Banning Microbeads Is Good, But It’s Not Enough


Read more from the Central Contra Costa Sanitary District HERE

May 24

Postponed: Ecoloblue to Present on CANNAINVESTOR Webcast


New date TBD.

PACHECO, CA., May 24, 2016 / — EcoloBlue today announced it will present online on the CANNAINVESTOR Webcast (www.cannawebcast.com) on Thursday, May 26, 2016 at 4:00 PM EDT – 4:45 PM EDT.

Ecoloblue has been sustaining and supporting Water issues experienced worldwide, by suggesting EcoloBlue products, and accordingly providing environmentally conscious Water options to single family homes and offices, any business industry using large volume of potable Water, and in an emergency situation as a complete disaster relief solution.

The CANNAINVESTOR Webcast will include presentations from both privately-held and publicly-traded cannabis companies and industry professionals. Ecoloblue’s presentation will be 30-minutes long and followed by 15-minutes of Q&A. The CANNAINVESTOR Webcast is a great opportunity for its online audience to research industry companies without taking time-off from work, paying registration fees and incurring travel-related expenses.

“The CANNAINVESTOR Webcast is an online interactive platform that will assist us in increasing our awareness and exposure to the cannabis community, while giving us an opportunity to talk about our growth strategy,” states Heather Jepsen, Vice President of Operations.

Cannabis investors, analysts, executives, media, and consumers who would like to attend the free online webcast, please click on the link www.cannawebcast.com and visit the Registration Page. After you register you will receive a link via e-mail to access the webcast on presentation day. To view the recorded presentations please visit www.youtube.com and search for Cannabis Investor Webcast two weeks after the live presentation.


Heather Jepsen
Vice President of Operations

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