New financial resource agreement with social financier to allow rapid deployment of wastewater treatment solutions to underserved communities
Las Vegas, NV June 2022– EnBiorganic Technologies (EBT), innovator and provider of patents pending turn-key autonomous systems for the natural, biological treatment of wastewater is pleased to announce their working financial partnership with Bertzman Social Ventures. Bertzman is dedicated to helping enterprises who are improving access to clean water and safe sanitation in underserved communities. Bertzman’s role will be to provide measurable impact, the ability to scale and deliver more EnBiorganic EBS-Di units to market rapidly.
“We don’t often find a new technology that has the cost and operational implications inherent in the system offered by EnBiorganic,” noted Neil Berman of Bertzman. ”What’s really interesting is that they are using microbiology that is akin to the makeup of everyday ground soil. Said another way, the company is using nature’s way of managing wastewater without harmful chemicals.”
EnBiorganic fits the model of firm that Bertzman looks to partner with due to its ability to help underserved or underfunded communities whose sanitation issues are challenging as in the case of Jal, New Mexico which was able to eliminate a planned $20-25 Million investment in new treatment facilities by implementing the company’s ground-breaking technology. The planned upgrade would have placed a great financial hardship on the community’s population of just 3,500.
“We are excited to be working with Bertzman as our values and goals are in alignment. They understand and appreciate what we are doing in the field of wastewater treatment, HAB remediation and agriculture. It is really all about making a difference in how we treat water and protecting this essential resource,” shares Vic Agrawal, CFO of EnBiorganic Technologies. “With their support we will able to deliver more of our truly sustainable solutions to areas where it is needed the most.”
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