Hydraspin USA reports crude oil recovery sites successful

March 9, 2020
Water Now subsidiary expects to be cash-flow positive in 60 days

Fort Worth, TX — Hydraspin USA, a subsidiary of Water Now Inc. (OTC: WTNW), is an industry leader specializing in the recovery of commercially viable crude oil extracted from wastewater generated in the production of domestic petroleum.

“With the successful installation of five sites in the Permian basin, we will be in a cash flow positive position within 60 days,” said David King, CEO of Water Now Inc.  He went on to say, “The results have generally exceeded our expectations.”

Hydraspin USA employs a proprietary method of processing petroleum well wastewater to remove crude oil prior to re-injection into the ground for disposal.  This results in a much longer life cycle for the re-injection well, less wear and tear on re-injection equipment, and a significant new revenue stream for the well operator as the recovered oil is commercially viable.

Thomas Olson, Vice President of Engineering for Water Now Inc., said, “I am extremely proud of the hard work of our team over the past few months as we have launched these sites. The team has worked around the clock in many cases to deliver the results that we are now seeing.”

Forward Looking Statements

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