HeraldNet profiles WaterTectonics’ ability to capitalize on a non-traditional market during the economic downturn in 2008. Jim and Jason Mothersbaugh provide insight on the decision to expand the use of WaterTectonics’ electrocoagulation technology to the hydraulic fracturing industry in partnering with Halliburton. The company saw a niche to fill regarding water reuse and recycling in a field where clean water is key and high volume use of water is costly. WaterTectonics has been able to reduce the amount of water needed to drill a natural gas well by treating and recycling produced and flowback water at the well-head, which increases the efficiency of operations while dramatically reducing the costs. To read the full article, click here.