Jun 27

A little weekend humor…

A sign posted in Sullivan Bay, British Columbia.
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Jun 22

Olympian Tennis Pro Now A San Francisco Entrepreneur Building Water Generators

Jun 17

Sky H2O and EcoloBlue form Strategic Alliance to deliver world-class utility-scale Atmospheric Water Generation Projects in the USA


Sky H2O and EcoloBlue form Strategic Alliance to deliver world-class utility-scale Atmospheric Water Generation Projects in the USA

Together Sky H2O and EcoloBlue have designed a fast-track Atmospheric Water Generation (“AWG”) solution starting at 500 AF per year that can deliver fresh potable water to communities and businesses across the Western USA

SAN FRANCISCO, CA (BUSINESS WIRE) JUNE 15, 2015, Sky H2O, Inc. (“SkyH2O”), a utility-grade water generating systems developer and independent water provider (“IWP”) today announced a strategic alliance EcoloBlue to accelerate the deployment of utility-scale AWG’s projects across the USA. This AWG industry collaboration is specifically structured to assist water stressed communities and businesses to address challenges caused by the ongoing draught conditions in California and the Western United States.

SkyH2O has partnered with EcoloBlue to integrate their unique, patented and proven atmospheric water technology and products into SkyH2O AWG projects. SkyH2O’s AWG systems enjoy a +25 year life expectancy, with minimal maintenance, and have minimal environmental impact. AWG systems can be deployed in a distributed manner, specifically where water is needed most including at or near existing reservoir infrastructure enabling independence and self-reliance. “EcoloBlue is a pioneer in the fast evolving AWG industry and has developed world-class technology and products. Working with EcoloBlue allows us to provide our customers with the very best AWG projects,” said Alexander von Welczeck, CEO of SkyH2O.

SkyH2O’s pre-engineered fast-track AWG systems are uniquely designed for the Western USA that begin at about 500 AF (acre foot) per year capacity with a foot print in the approximate size of a football field and can be modularly expanded to +50,000 AF per year. The process begins with an on-site 30+ day Feasibility Study and Project Assessment that utilizes our AWS-003 mobile demonstration system, followed by permitting and an about 6-month EPC construction period. “SkyH2O’s professional team has proven experience in water, clean energy, infrastructure, technology and project development and financing. Their home-grown local know-how to rapidly deliver utility-grade atmospheric water generation (“AWG”) projects in the Western USA and operational expertise is unique and unmatched in the AWG marketplace, and management’s ability to team with the best EPC contractors to develop the highest quality AWG projects speaks to the strengths of their internal processes,” said Wayne Ferreira, CEO of EcoloBlue.

Utility-scale AWG project costs begin at about $12 million. As an IWP (independent water producer) SkyH2O will sell water to well qualified customers at wholesale water prices under a long-term Water Purchase Agreements (“WPA”) in many Western USA locations including coastal, inland and even desert.

About Sky H2O (SkyH2O)

Sky H2O, Inc. (SkyH2O) is a California-based utility scale water generating systems and independent water provider (“IWP”) that is leading the way in streamlining the adoption of atmospheric water generating (“AWG”) systems for water districts and municipalities and large commercial and industrial water users across the Western USA. Combining the financing strength of Water Purchase Agreements (“WPA”) with the expertise and best practices of top EPC construction, SkyH2O provides its customers a clear path to water security. For more information visit www.skyh2o.us

About EcoloBlue

EcoloBlue, Inc (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. EcoloBlue Atmospheric Water Generators (AWGs) produce unlimited, pure, delicious drinking water from the humidity in the air. EcoloBlue’s large industrial solutions generate Water under 15C/59F and with less than 30% relative humidity, protected by an awarded US Patent 8,844,299. EcoloBlue has distribution in 17 countries, and a customer base of over 10,000, that spans worldwide. EcoloBlue believes that everyone on earth deserves the opportunity to have a pure, affordable, and sustainable water solution. For more information, please visit us at: www.ecoloblue.com

Jun 05

New EcoloBlue 30 Series Display

2015 New Display Photo

May 29

Collaboration, and Always Thinking Outside the Box.

It’s exciting to work in a collaborative environment. It’s interesting to sit back and listen to the brainstorming ideas being discussed between our Tech Dept, our Sales Dept, and even our Owners. You never know where the next great idea is going to come from.

May 22

Celebrate Memorial Day with a 20% Off Military Discount On EcoloBlue Solutions


Portrait Of Soldier Returning Home With FamilyTreat yourself and your family to the best water possible, made from the air. In these times of drought and water conservation, and not to mention all the plastic waste you can prevent, this technology is more important than ever before.

20offmilitarypage2 EcoloBlue would like to thank you for your current or past service, by extending this offer to you.

military 2013*Proof of military service required at time of purchase

*Offer valid only on purchases made directly from EcoloBlue
*Discount does not expire.
*Existing customers may earn a free 6 month filter kit, for referring this to their military friend or family member who makes a purchase.

EcoloBlue, Inc, 5702 Marsh Drive, Unit K, Pacheco, CA 94553
info@EcoloBlue.com | 800-691-6043 x109

May 20

Unicef CauseTech: Crowd-sourcing Global Innovation for Good

“Sharad Sapra, M.D., Director, UNICEF Global Innovation Centre
Lisa Nash, Chief Marketing Officer, Thrive Networks; CEO, Blue Planet Network
Wayne Ferreira, CEO, EcoloBlue

From access to clean water to disease prevention to education, millions of people around the world are in desperate need of innovative technologies and products that fulfill their basic human needs. CauseTech is a landmark initiative to crowd-source breakthrough ideas, inventions, products and emerging technologies, bridging the private and public sector into a global open innovation ecosystem.

Through collaborative thinking, they seek to adapt and deploy inventive technology solutions that can help UNICEF scale its efforts to meet the ever-growing needs of the poorest and most vulnerable and excluded children across 190 countries. Focusing on access to water, health care, nutrition and energy, our panel will showcase the power of community and the early success of work being done through this initiative.
– See more HERE

Podcast can be listened to HERE





Photo Credits to Sally Quigley.

May 15

EcoloBlue Machine Donation: Tulare County Drought Situation Dire As Neighbors Steal Water From Neighbors

On Tuesday, working next to community showers in the Iglesia Emmanuel Church parking lot in the drought’s hardest-hit area in the state, Hernandez anxiously awaited a delivery he believes will make a big difference.

“Today is a good day,” he said. “We don’t get too many days around here lately.”

Bay Area company Ecoloblue is in Tulare County, donating an atmospheric water generator that makes purified drinking water from the humidity in the air.

The unit makes up to eight gallons a day, a mere drop in the bucket. But in a community with more than 1,000 people without water, Hernandez says it’s at least something.

Our behind the scenes photos and blog about that day: HERE

May 14

Interested in becoming a U.S. Dealer or Distributor for EcoloBlue?

EB30 and EB30ME Machines

Are you interested in making a difference in this drought, and times of global water crises?

Join EcoloBlue’s team of U.S. Dealers and Distributors who all have the same passion.

Who are we looking for?

Individuals with Passion.

Are you concerned with the state of world’s water supply right now? Do you worry about what is in your drinking water supply? Then you might have that passion that will drive you in this business.

Individuals willing to make the investment.

Do you have the capital to create a new online or brick and mortar business? Or just to add our product line into your existing one? We offer Dealerships for people who cannot house their own inventory, and Distributorships for those who can.

Individuals willing to promote the product.

EcoloBlue provides marketing materials for you to use to promote the EcoloBlue line of solutions. Our Sales Staff at EcoloBlue are available to you with suggestions for new materials, or to discuss ways to make you more successful. Being professional and business minded will allow you to go far.

Individuals with a positive and flexible attitude and outlook.

EcoloBlue wants individuals who can see the big picture, forecast their sales, and plan accordingly. We very much believe in the statement “Be proactive, not reactive.”. If you plan ahead, you will always come out on top.

Individuals able to support the product line.

At EcoloBlue we expect that Distributors will plan to set aside some time to do some phone training, or arrange a visit to our office, to learn as much as you can about the solutions. Our Tech Support staff is available to help you with any questions that you have.

EcoloBlue employees are very passionate about the product line that we manufacture. We believe in it, we work hard every day on new R&D to make the product line better, we know the power of change they can make in the world, and we are willing to share this knowledge. We expect that our partners and representatives will have this same passion, and support us in our endeavors to spread EcoloBlue atmospheric water generators further into the U.S. market.

Please call us at 800-691-6043 x109 or send us a message through our Contact Us form to learn more.

May 13

The Reality Behind the Power Cost of an EcoloBlue Home/Office Unit

We occasionally get some raised eyebrows when we mention the power consumption of our EB30 Series units. This is very surprising. Given that at about 380 Watts, it runs on far less energy than half of your appliances, costs far less than bottled water, prevents plastic bottle waste, and to most people is a necessity to provide clean drinking water. Unlike running a TV, microwave or dishwasher that are not really needed in the grand scheme of things.

Using the formula on THIS website, let’s see how this plays out…

1. Estimate of time used: The EcoloBlue should remain powered on 24/7

2. Wattage: The wattage is around 380 Watts at normal usage/idle. If you use the hot function, it will rise slightly during those short durations. Alternately, when the machine is running idle, it used less than 30 Watts. But we will use 380 as a baseline for this example.

3. Daily energy consumption:
(380 W × 24 Hrs) ÷ 1,000 = 9.12 kWh

4. Annual energy consumption: The machine is used daily.
9.12 kWh × 365 = 3328.8 kWh

5. Annual cost: The utility rate is 11 cents per kWh for this example. Check your own bill for your specific rate.
3328.8 kWh × $0.11/kWh = $366.17/year (and the water is FREE)

Our EB30 Series machines create ‘up to’ 8 gallons a day based on humidity levels. So again, so the sake of this example, let’s just say the machine creates 5 gallons a day in an average humidity location.

– 5 gallons a day x 365 days = 1,825 gallons a year

– $366.17 / 1,825 gallons = $.20 a gallon

At this time on Office Depot’s website (for example), you can get 1 gallon of water for $.99.

– That bottled water would cost $1806.75 annually for 1,825 gallons.
– That is $1,440.58 more than the electricity cost of running the EB30.

So while your money is going to your power company instead of your grocery store, you are still saving $1,440.58 every year on your bottled water purchases. In the end, I really see no arguments for anyone saying that the machine uses too much electricity. It actually pays for itself 4-5 times over in reality, if you stop buying bottled water.

Makes sense to me.

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