I travel to California frequently, and have seen first hand the devastating effects of the drought and the water problems facing people and businesses. And many other states will soon feel the pinch of what’s happening to our California friends, by way of food shortages and the like. But for those who live and work there, California is becoming a land of thirst. Thankfully, there are many great minds working on this issue. Boston-based Cambrian Innovation is one. It has seen a spike in California inquiries for EcoVolt, a self-contained system that uses electrically active microbes to both purify wastewater and generate energy-producing methane gas. EcoVolt is aimed at food and beverage companies, and is in use by a few California wineries and breweries. Read more here:

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