Leading R&D in Cutting Edge Desalination Technology

Our Mission.......

Reliable One Resources, Inc. (“Reliable One”) was formed to utilize innovative methods and technologies designed to dramatically reduce freshwater used by the major industries through means of water purification. Reliable One Resources has spent years testing and developing a proprietary membrane that can accomplish Reliable One's larger ambitions. We believe the time to act is now, and are ready to release our disruptive technology. Phase 1 of our plan target the energy sector, where many exploration and drilling techniques consume billions of freshwater every year. Our intent is to take this water and purify it for multiple applications. In most cases our technology can take highly contaminated water and bring it back to potable levels that can then be reused for agriculture, resource extraction, and in many cases we can make the water pure enough for human consumption. We plan to place our mobile units and construct large water purification plants in strategic foreign and domestic locations.

Applications

What makes us unique?

We stay focused on the larger issue

Fracking consumes water at an astronomical rate. Our tech can tremendously cut it down.

We aim to eliminate the need for injection wells

Wastewater is typically pumped down hole, with out tech, the need for injection wells is diminished.

We can actually recycle the water to potable levels

We can recycle the wastewater down to a potable status. Thus allowing reuse for fracking, agriculture, and in some cases human consumption.

Reliable one's Water Treatment Process

Reliable One Resources is uniquely positioned to implement the most efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly water treatment processes for a variety of industrial customers, beginning with produced and frac water for the oil and gas industry. Wastewater is a massive and growing problem for the oil and gas industry. The fracking process uses up to 11.4 million gallons of water per well.  Approximately 60% of the injected water is returned to the surface as wastewater within the first 6 months, creating a logistic, economic, and environmental burden on operators. The Marcellus Shale region alone yielded 60 million gallons of produced water every 24 hours in 2016, and water use in the industry nationwide is growing.

global water issues and high-low consumption areas

cities struggling with water purity

Los angeles

Los angeles, U.S.

Los angeles, U.S.

Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, Japan

Chennai

Chennai, India

Chennai, India

London

london, United Kingdom

london, United Kingdom

Cairo

Cairo, Egypt

Cairo, Egypt

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