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Power Shift: How regulations may impede improved industrial water treatment

Preston McEachern, founder and CEO of PurLucid Treatment Solutions, says that if jurisdictions such as Alberta tightened up clean-water standards, it would prompt oil and gas producers and other industrial companies to process wastewater to higher standard and recycle it rather than…

Extracting lithium from oil sands waste water?

Alberta oil companies could soon be powering the electric car industry. That’s because a Calgary company has found a way to extract lithium from oil sands wastewater.

PurLucid Treatment Solutions presents at the Iceland Geothermal Conference (ICG 2018), Reykjavik, Iceland

The IGC Conference is an internationally recognized event that brings together industry leaders and policy makers. As the utilization of renewable energy is increasing around the world, geothermal resources have started to gain ground in the sector.

The episode featuring PurLucid on Fox Business Network Earth with John Holden has aired

Six-time Emmy award winner and former NBC News Correspondent, John Holden, takes our audience around the globe on our constant search to make our planet and its inhabitants, healthier, better and stronger!

Purlucid Treatment Solutions commences its Low energy water treatment for steam assisted heavy oil recovery project with $8.2 MM in funding support

November 6, 2017 / PurLucid Treatment Solutions (“PurLucid”), working with participants from oil production companies, engineering firms, a University and a global information technology company are commencing commercial deployment of its exclusively licensed water treatment system known as Nanoflotation.

PurLucid Completes Petrolithium Extraction and Water Treatment System

June 28, 2017 / Purlucid Treatment Solutions is pleased to announce completion of a 1,000L per day petrolithium extraction and water treatment system. The system is to be used for large scale testing of bulk water samples. The system is to be used…