Revolutionizing Water Filtration and Wastewater Remediation

Cyber Enviro-Tech, Inc

Cyber Enviro-Tech, Inc designs water purification solutions for commercial applications and industries. The Company also remediates contaminated industrial wastewater for the Oil and Gas Industry. Cyber Enviro-Tech develops cellular based AI/Robotics and water filtration systems with neural sensors, controls and networks.

CETI has partnered with Crosstex Environmental STX, LLC to utilize its biotechnology solution to clean and repurpose wastewater from their oil field operations in West Texas.

Water Science Technology

Water science technology focuses on the treatment of water to maintain quality and safety. It involves many types of processes, such as water purification and wastewater remediation. It also includes the use of nanotechnology to improve water quality and efficiency. A water scientist needs to have a deep understanding of the environmental sciences and related fields.

In addition to developing a comprehensive knowledge of the water industry, a water science technician can design and develop innovative technologies that can help solve problems related to the environment. These technologies can be used in a wide range of industries.

For example, the company Cyber Enviro-Tech, Inc (OTC Pink: CETI), has developed a revolutionary biotechnology solution to clean oil field wastewater. This process uses a safe non-corrosive solution that is environmentally friendly. It will also help to improve productivity and reduce operating costs. The solution has been deployed at Crosstex Environmental STX in Karnes City, Texas. It is expected to produce significant revenues and profits for the company.

Oil Extraction

McapMediaWire — Cyber Enviro-Tech, Inc (OTC Pink: CETI), has combined its water filtration and oil extraction technologies and deployed it in a West Texas pilot oil field. The solution is designed to combat bacteria and clogs in water injection wells, enhancing oil production. It also remediates oil field wastewater before it is reinjected underground.

CEO Kim D. Southworth is enthusiastic about the potential impact of this breakthrough technology. “We are confident our technological advancements will prove to be a game changer for the industry by increasing the longevity of stripper wells and returning clean, non-toxic water back into the environment”, she said.

This innovative technology will also reduce operating expenses and enable regulatory compliance, easier safety, and reduced environmental impacts. It is also expected to increase revenue and create an additional recurring income stream for the Company. This is especially important given the recent resurgence of oil prices. Modern oil extraction frequently occurs near human populations, and it is estimated that over 600 million people live within a mile of an active oil field.

Wastewater Remediation

Wastewater is the liquid that comes from household use (such as flushing toilets, washing dishes or bathing) and some industrial use or storm sewers. It can contain excessive nutrient levels, fats and oils, pathogens and suspended solids. If not treated, wastewater can deplete dissolved oxygen in freshwater bodies, pollute drinking water and poison fish.

Traditionally, large amounts of wastewater are conveyed to centralized wastewater treatment plants for treatment and disposal. These facilities need to be protected against cyber threats, just like other critical infrastructure systems.

Cyber Enviro-Tech, Inc is working to improve the treatment of contaminated wastewater and oil production by using its Smartflow water filtration technology. The system uses neural sensors, controls and networks – all connected to a cellular device. It also has a high-efficiency, low-power design that can help save money and reduce energy costs. It can be used on a wide range of applications including fracking and mining operations. The company has signed service agreements with several SWDs to clean and repurpose their wastewater.

Alternative Energy

The big tech companies have pioneered the corporate renewable power purchase agreements (PPAs) that have been critical to scaling up renewable investment. Combined with their financial strength, which often exceeds that of nation states, these commitments have been powerful enabling forces for renewables.

However, the direct emissions from their operations and those of their supply chains represent only a fraction of global energy-related greenhouse gases. They can make a larger impact by using their accumulated technical expertise to enable smarter, more flexible systems that move from traditional electricity sources like coal to renewables as demand rises.

To support this transition, DOE and NREL have launched the Clean Energy Cybersecurity AcceleratorTM (CECA). Cohort 1 consists of early-stage technologies that provide authentication and authorization solutions for industrial control systems. The participating utilities – Berkshire Hathaway Energy, Duke Energy, and Xcel Energy — will benefit from competitive experience, new partnership opportunities, and professional evaluation of their solutions in a utility environment.

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