Encore Green Environmental Technologies & Licensing (EGETL) recently announced the purchase of water treatment technology equipment formerly known as NOMAD from XRI/Fountain Quail.
"The NOMAD desalination technology is the most capable, reliable, and energy efficient technology available to treat industrial by-product water. It's held that title for almost 20 years now and remains the only proven and cost-effective thermal evaporator available at commercial scale," said Darren Smith, Encore Green Environmental's chief technology officer. "Combined with our Conservation By-Design™ methodology, this is the energy industry's way forward for ESG [environmental, social and governance]."
The agreement to purchase has been signed and set to close by June 21st. NOMAD has generated more than 30 million barrels of freshwater from Texas oil and gas fields alone, and EGETL will be incorporating design improvements and offering the next generation NOMAD to the agricultural community.
"With our sister company, Carbon Asset Network and the nonprofit, Synergy for Ecological Solutions, this new purchase accelerates our ability to serve our agricultural partners," says John Robitaille, CEO of Encore Green Environmental and director of Carbon Asset Network. "By cleaning by-product industrial water for surface application, we create a new source of water for the arid West. This exponentially improves soil health, which traps more carbon in the soil and roots and less carbon in our air. This is a new day for agriculture and environmentalism, with a turn-key path to meet ESG goals."
Encore Green Environmental Technologies & Licensing is a sister company of Encore Green Environmental in Cheyenne, Wyoming.