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IX Water Reaches $350,000 Milestone in Its Crowdfunding Campaign To Support Its Innovative CleanTech Products For Industrial Wastewater

IX Water Reaches $350,000 Milestone in Its Crowdfunding Campaign To Support Its Innovative CleanTech Products For Industrial Wastewater

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Company extends its SEC-regulated crowdfunding campaign on StartEngine

GOLDEN, COLORADO, 15 Sept. 2020 – IX Power Clean Water, an innovative provider of cleantech solutions designed to treat and clean industrial wastewater so that freshwater resources can be preserved for families, crops, and communities, today announced that it has successfully raised $350,000 in its crowdfunding campaign.

The company’s crowdfunding initiative is designed to support their mission of treating and cleaning industrial wastewater so that all sorts of manufacturing plants, mining companies, and, oil and gas producers will no longer need to withdraw millions of gallons of freshwater, since this resource is critically needed for domestic use by families, children, crops and communities, especially in this current environment.

“We are so grateful to all of the early adopters of our crowdfunding campaign efforts,” said John R. (Grizz) Deal, the Chief Executive Officer of IX Power Clean Water. “These initial investments truly demonstrate strong support for our advanced technology product that will help us to empower the industrial sector to decontaminate and recycle their own wastewater so that it can be reused in their own operations, without depleting the freshwater reserves that are needed for people throughout the U.S. and globally. Furthermore, the need for freshwater is important now more than ever since people not only need clean water for drinking, but also need it for handwashing and sanitizing their homes as we all work to navigate current public health and safety concerns.”

It’s true that public health and safety concerns have heightened, but the fight for freshwater has intensified as well, especially since the list of new contaminants and toxins continues to grow each year for Americans. Recent news reports document that tens of millions of Americans continue to be exposed to unsafe water each year, and, the problem is more serious in rural and underserved areas.

“We are passionate about our work here at IX Water,” said Deborah Deal-Blackwell, V.P. of Marketing for IX Power Clean Water who was also recognized by the Denver Business Journal as one of the “Top Women in Energy in Colorado.” “It is so important that we continue to drive clean water initiatives, not only for disadvantaged communities in the U.S., but also for women and children and underserved communities around the world who are in critical need of solutions to bring them safe, clean water.”

IX Water’s crowdfunding campaign is open to both unaccredited and accredited investors, with investment minimums starting as little as $250 dollars. Funds raised will be used to take the company’s cleantech product to global markets, to initiate scaling of their operations, and to provide general working capital.

To learn more their crowdfunding campaign visit https://www.startengine.com/Ix-Water

To learn more about IX Water visit https://ixwater.com/

About IX Power Clean Water – IX Power Clean Water, Inc. was founded by IX Power LLC, a technology commercialization and product development firm spun-out from Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico. Offices for IX Power Clean Water are located in Golden, Colorado and Dalian, China.

About StartEngine – StartEngine is the largest equity crowdfunding platform in the US and the first mover in the industry. They have raised over $125 million for over 300 businesses on their platform to date, and helped more companies raise capital than any other platform. StartEngine is registered with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) as a funding portal and is a member of the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (“FINRA”). Investing involves the risk of loss. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results. Investments in private companies are particularly risky and you should only consider investing if you can afford to lose your entire investment and are willing to live with the ups and downs with the industry in which you invest. www.StartEngine.com

Kimberley P. Brown,
PR/Marketing, Principal
Core Insights 360
kbrown@coreinsights360.com
Phone: 470.426.5920

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