Tag Archive: crisis de agua

Dec 15

Corpus Christi, TX Water Crisis – EcoloBlue has solutions

The Texas city of Corpus Christi told its nearly 320,000 residents on Thursday to stop using tap water due to possible contamination from an industrial chemical leak and said it will distribute bottled water to residents.

The city said it was investigating the possible leak of up to 24 gallons (91 liters) of an asphalt emulsifier called Indulin AA-86. The governor’s office said it will ship drinking water to the city and is “aggressively monitoring” the situation.

The chemical can cause eye and skin burns, respiratory tract irritation and damage to the digestive systems but is not known to be carcinogenic, according to safety data.

“Do not try to treat the water yourself. Boiling, freezing, filtering, adding chlorine or other disinfectants, or letting the water stand will not make the water safe,” the city said in a statement.

Source: http://www.reuters.com/article/texas-water-idUSL1N1EA18H

This is just one more example of a water crisis affecting an unprepared population of people. Then everyone goes in to panic mode, rushes out to buy bottled water, which is one time us and a plastic bottle for the landfill. With our atmospheric water generators, they can have 99.9% pure water everyday, for upwards of 10 years. EcoloBlue would like to extend a discount, or some free filters with the purchase of a machine. Please call us at 800-691-6043 to discuss more. Visit us a www.ecoloblue.com or our Blog at www.ecoloblueblog.com to learn more.

Sep 09

We have Industrials!!!

While we have always had an EB1000 and a bunch of EB30 Series machines for you to come and look at in our warehouse, we have more on the way. Although it’s already been sold, we just received an EB300, and we will be receiving 3 EB100s next week (one of which is also sold). We are very excited to get the newest addition to our line of industrials in stock. Being the next step up from the EB30 Series machines, the EB100 has been gaining popularity in the last few months.

If you have any interest in seeing this newest model, and you have the need for up to 26 gallons a day (cooking, gardening, drinking, etc), I encourage you to give us a call and come by to see them.

EB100 - Produces up to 100 liters of water a day.

EB100 – Produces up to 100 liters of water a day.

EB300 - Produces up to 300 liters of water a day.

EB300 – Produces up to 300 liters of water a day.

Jul 28

20% Off Home/Office Units to Military, Police, and Firefighters

For the first time, EcoloBlue is not only offering it’s 20% off home/office unit discount to members of the military, we are also now offering the same discount to police officers, and firefighters.

Treat 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.


EcoloBlue would like to thank you for your service, by extending this offer to you.

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*Proof of military service, or employment ID, 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, police or fire friend or family member who makes a purchase.

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.


Apr 07

EcoloBlue Times Square Commercial

EcoloBlue Commercial currently running in Times Square, NY through the end of June. Please visit us at www.ecoloblue.com or by calling 800-691-6043 x105.

Mar 30

EcoloBlue in Times Square

A peek at a few still images from our commercial playing in Times Square.

Water Independance

Water Drop Logo

America's New Water

Mar 02

EcoloBlue is a proud supporter of the United Nations Global Compact for a 2nd Year

GC_Endorser_BLUE_RGB_GRADIENT 108x130EcoloBlue has committed for a 2nd year to uphold the ten principles of the United Nations Global Compact on human rights, labor, environment and anti-corruption. For this, EcoloBlue has been added to the United Nations Global Compact’s list of participants, along with over 8,000 other businesses, NGOs, academia and other organizations. We plan to engage in new projects and policies throughout each year, in order to forge healthier relationships between people, support moral endeavors, and make further progress towards a healthier planet.

Every day another home, community, and region becomes in dire need of clean drinking water for the well being of all. Our intention is to make a global impact on reducing the strain on our natural water resources, allow better living conditions for those who struggle to retrieve water on a daily basis, and generally make water more easily accessible for all.

The UN Global Compact asks companies to embrace, support and enact, within their sphere of influence, a set of core values in the areas of human rights, labour standards, the environment and anti-corruption:

Human Rights

  • Principle 1: Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights; and
  • Principle 2: make sure that they are not complicit in human rights abuses.


  • Principle 3: Businesses should uphold the freedom of association and the effective recognition of the right to collective bargaining;
  • Principle 4: the elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory labour;
  • Principle 5: the effective abolition of child labour; and
  • Principle 6: the elimination of discrimination in respect of employment and occupation.


  • Principle 7: Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges;
  • Principle 8: undertake initiatives to promote greater environmental responsibility; and
  • Principle 9: encourage the development and diffusion of environmentally friendly technologies.


  • Principle 10: Businesses should work against corruption in all its forms, including extortion and bribery.

Visit www.unglobalcompact.org to learn more.

Feb 24

What would you do if you could not drink your tap water?

Are you aware of the Water crisis in Flint, Michigan, or Dehli, India, or Hoosick Falls, New York, or Jackson, Mississippi, or East Porterville, California ?

What would you do if you could not drink your tap water?

Per Arjen Y. Hoekstra, Professor at University of Twente. Driven scientist. Water, Environment, Economics & Sustainability… “Freshwater scarcity is a major risk to the global economy, affecting four billion people directly,” Hoekstra told The New York Times. “But since the remaining people in the world receive part of their food from the affected areas, it involves us all.”
Read More at The New York Times.

Feb 08

Do you know what is in your Drinking Water?

Today an article was published on the heels of the Flint, Michigan crisis, stating that Flint is not the only city that reported lead in their water over the last 10+ years. Some of the others were: Sebring, Ohio, Washington, D.C., Durham and Greenville, N.C., Columbia, S.C., Jackson, Miss. (just last month), and I’m sure many others unreported. You can read more in the article HERE.

In 2001, the NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) performed a survey of 19 cities of their water quality (and other concerns). If you view the images below, it is very disturbing. The infrastructure is only going to get worse, and not better, unless something is done about it. In the meantime, what do you do?

  1. If you have looked into filtration, you should make sure you have done the research to make sure the specific contaminants in your area are being removed by the system you choose.

  2. There is always atmospheric generators technology. With these solutions, you bypass city water entirely for your drinking water needs. Make water from air, and use them as a hybrid filtration system if needed.

  3. Speak to your government officials and local organizations and share your concern for the water you are drinking. EcoloBlue has solutions that can help entire communities out with millions of liters of water every day.

Take action and be part of the solution.

NRDC Water TestingNRDC Water Testing 19 Cities
More information from the NRDC website HERE.

Dec 16

Would you like to visit EcoloBlue?

Would you like to stop by our office just to say Hi, get a demo on our EB30 series machines, see some of our larger industrial models, or just pick our brain about something tech or maintenance related? Just give us a call at and let us know you’ll be swinging by. We’ll be closed between Dec 18 and Jan 4 to complete our end of year inventory, and to enjoy the holidays. However, we would love to see you in the new year.

Of course if you are not local to our office in California, we are available by phone to answer any questions you might have.

Enjoy your Holidays and have a Happy New Year!

5702 Marsh Dr, Unit K
Pacheco, Ca 94597

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