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 ( 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 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 and search for Cannabis Investor Webcast two weeks after the live presentation.


Heather Jepsen
Vice President of Operations

May 23

Going Green on Campus

How Colleges and Their Students Are Boosting Sustainability

As we face an expanding population, climate change, and polluted air, water and food, there is growing consensus that we need to change the way we do things in all sectors of our society if we are to provide for today’s needs without sacrificing the well-being of future generations. Of course, we don’t have all the answers yet, which creates enormous opportunities for college students to make a difference and create a meaningful lifestyle — even career — in the process. Luckily, innovative solutions — the seeds of our sustainable future — are sprouting on college and university campuses around the country. The ideas and resources here highlight ways students can become environmental leaders and campuses can cultivate a greener, happier and healthier world.

What’s Your Environmental Quotient?


May 19

Reef Rescue: 5 Things you can do to Protect Coral Reefs

Coral reefs are commonly referred to as the ocean’s rainforest. They are complex ecosystems, biologically rich and unique plants that need to be taken care of. However, coral reefs face a lot of dangers ranging from unaware tourists, diseases, pollution and invasive species. A decline in the levels of coral reefs has negative economic impacts and can destabilize the ecology. They are useful in carbon dioxide control in the ocean thus they play a critical role in the food chain.

The Great Barrier Reef

This is the biggest coral reef system in the world. It is composed of coral polyps and supports large life diversity. However, its thorn starfish poses a great danger to coral reefs and efforts have since been implemented to manage the thorn starfish in marine parks. You can find out more about the Great Barrier Reef, its thorn starfish and coral reefs by taking part in a tour. In this light, it is important for you to learn some techniques to implement in order to ensure that coral reefs are protected. Here are 5 things you should consider:

1. Practice responsible tourism

It is evident that most coral reefs are destroyed by tourists. This occurs when you run your speed boats on coral reefs causing serious damages. It is important to practice proper vessel management and consider finding out the exact coral reefs’ locations to avoid striking them with your vessel. It is also advisable that you do not fish near coral reefs. This is due to the fact that if the coral reefs come into contact with the fishing nets or the anchors, they may suffer damages or even die.

2. Avoid littering the ocean or the beach

Leaving litter on the beach and throwing garbage inside the ocean can harm the coral reefs. If garbage and other forms of dirt contact coral reefs, they tend to smother them. This is because coral reefs are similar to any other living organism and they are not just shells. They are alive making them susceptible to harm. It is prudent to consider taking part in beach clean-ups and assist in picking litter and garbage left by other people on the beach.

3. Do not buy coral souvenirs

Some countries are against the selling of coral reefs. However, other countries have no strict rules on this trade and you may find souvenirs and jewellery made from coral reefs. Consider not buying such items for you will be promoting the trade. Coral reefs take long to grow meaning that a single jewellery from corals can take so long to grow again. In addition, you should not buy coral reef fish as well. It is always advisable to consider inquiring about fish before buying them from pet stores.

4. Oppose global warming

Global warming indirectly causes harm to corals. This is due to the fact that coral reefs are extremely sensitive to increasing water temperatures. Minimising carbon footprints plays an important role in stopping global warming. Just a single degree increase in water temperature significantly damages coral reefs. Coral bleaching indicate possible coral reef damage. Warm oceanic temperatures tend to spur algae growth directly affecting coral reefs since algae block sunlight necessary for coral thriving. In addition, warm oceans tend to have an increased carbon dioxide level which ends up affecting coral reefs’ growth.

5. Spread the word

Most people damage coral reefs unknowingly. You should make it your responsibility to educate others about coral reefs and how fragile they can become. You can do so by becoming a member of a non-profit organization that is devoted to coral reef protection. Such organizations offer detailed information about coral reefs and why it is important to protect them on their websites. Additionally, you can sign numerous pledges that are against the use of coral reefs as jewellery.

Coral reefs inhabit both subtropical and tropical oceans. In most cases, you will find them at depths not exceeding 150ft. However, some species may extend deeper to approximately 450ft deep. They are important living organisms that play an important role in oceanic life. In this case, it is prudent to protect coral reefs by all means possible.

Guest Post by Bill Gordon

May 13

What water do you use in your aquaponic and hydroponic systems?

See what one of our Dealers has done to create an ideal closed loop system using an EcoloBlue atmospheric water generator.

May 02

#ecocontest2016 Promo

Try and win an EcoloBlue AWG!!!

Apr 27

Brian Lee Sessions at Willow Grove – Enter the EcoContest to win an EcoloBlue AWG

American genre songwriter Brian Lee has teamed up with XFINITYSessions and is releasing his concert “Sessions at Willow Grove” on Earth Day 2016. The concert will be available through XFINITY on Demand starting April 22nd, 2016 and running through June 20th, 2016. The on Demand program is exclusively available through XFINITY and will be seen in over 24 million homes in the United States.

Accompanying the concert this year is the first EcoContest, a “social media” photo contest for fans to celebrate preserving and restoring the Earth, with amazing prizes for winners from sustainable companies including EcoloBlue, BigR Audio Headphones, and others.

Brian Lee Sessions at Willow Grove #XFINITYSession from Kurt J Zendzian on Vimeo.

Apr 25

Earth Day at the Oakland Zoo – Photos

Earth Day was so much fun, and it was great seeing everyone who stopped by to say Hello. It was a beautiful day to be outdoors in such a beautiful setting. Educating people about making water from air is always fun, and we got to give away a fun basket of goodies. Our water drop mascot was a big hit with the kids too. See some photos below from the day.IMG_1070 IMG_1060 IMG_1057 IMG_1055 20160423_105732 20160423_100357IMG_1101 IMG_1098 IMG_1090 IMG_1088 IMG_1077 IMG_1074

Apr 22


Happy Earth Day! If you are interested in trying to win an EcoloBlue atmospheric water generator, please submit a photo by following the instructions below. See further rules at


1) Post a pic on our page showing what you will do this year to help heal our earth.
2) Use the hashtag #EcoContest2016 – and you’re in!

1) Post a picture of what you can do to help heal our earth. Tag @ecocontest2016
2) Use the hashtag #EcoContest2016.

1) Tag @EcoContest2016 in a picture of your Earth Day resolution.
2) Use hashtag #ecocontest2016.

Spread the word to increase your chances of winning! Share you photo(s) and ask friends and family to like and share. The top 20 photos will be entered in a chance to win a 2016 Hybrid Car. Consolation prizes include Free supply of groceries from your choice of Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market, Gas cards, and more. Entries must be received by Jul 21st. Winners will be announced Aug 28th 2016.

Apr 20

EcoloBlue helping relief efforts in Japan

In light of the recent earthquake and devastation in Japan, our Japanese EcoloBlue Distributor, and VP of Asia, donated some EcoloBlue machines to those who needed them. Our thoughts are with those in Japan (and Ecuador), during these hard times.Japan 1 Japan 2 Japan 3 Japan 4 Japan 5 Japan 6 Japan 7 Japan 8 Japan 9


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