Liberating Water Directive Page of the Fish Stewarding Group Website.

LWD is stewarding Responsible Water Technologies and Applications.

Liberating Water Directive graphic for FSG website. The background is a blue gradient color that goes from a dark blue on the bottom to a lighter blue on top. In the center background of the image is a watermarked FSG logo, faded in blue, in the background. The logo has the letters FSG in the middle with a circle with four pointed arrows facing north, south, east and west with the S connected to that circle. Four rounded lines make the next circle of the circle and the last layer is a thin circle with the text on the Bottom that reads Stewarding Strategist Solutions and on top, the text reads Fish Stewarding Group. In the foreground is the Liberating Water Directive Full logo. The logo is a round object with a flowing small line that starts at the top and then bends and slowly widens and opens by the lower right corner of the object. There are four blues in the round object from a light to a dark that make up quadrants in the image. Beneath the Logo are the words Liberating in a white, Water in a lighter blue, then two lines on each side of the word Directive which is in a white font. Then beneath that is the text that reads Responsible Water Technologies and Applications. Then a solid line and the website underneath that reads Liberatingwater.com.

LWD believes water is one of earth’s greatest resources.

FSG believes in, supports and seeks opportunities to meet the basic human needs of people, cultures and nations.  Providing clean water is one of those basic needs we are committed to.

Liberating Water Directive (LWD) was created by Fish Stewarding Group to provide the education and distribution of responsible water technologies and their applications.

What would it look like to dream of having water in every home?

What would it look like to have responsible commercial and industrial applications of water treatments allowing for water recycling and reusability?

What would it look like to be chemical free, green and environmentally friendly and yet still have usable water for fracking in the oil and gas industry?

Some may say these questions are too big to ask.

Liberating Water believes we are just getting started with these questions, solutions and opportunities.

At FSG, we believe that some of the most difficult water to clean and treat is commonly found in the oil and gas fields.  The oil and gas industry uses more water than most people may realize.  Once used, much of this water is then contaminated with chemicals and deemed unusable.  Current disposal processes and environmental concerns aid on-going debates as regulations continue to mount to help protect the water supplies of communities, agriculture, livestock and recreation areas.

A transparent rectangle background with the Liberating Water Directive logo in the middle. The logo is a round object with a flowing small line that starts at the top and then bends and slowly widens and opens by the lower right corner of the object. There are four blues in the round object from a light to a dark that make up quadrants in the image. Beneath the Logo are the words Liberating in a darker blue, Water in a lighter blue, then two lines on each side of the word Directive which is in a dark blue. Then beneath that is the text that reads Responsible Water Technologies and Applications.

SWD2SWR is a primary LWD initiative to educate, develop and institute an electro-oxidation technology through chemical free and patented water treatments. The proven use of hyper oxidation and electricity allow for the treatment of both fresh water and what is commonly known as produced or saltwater as in oil and gas fracking and saltwater disposal (SWD) operations.

These treatment processes reduce bacteria, scaling, heavy metals and water properties thus allowing for the reuse of the recycled, treated water back into the fracking processes.   Every gain made in the increased reuse of recycled water can be a reduction in the amount of fresh water needed in industrial applications.

Launched in the Texas oil and gas industry, LWD is expanding its chemical free water treatment applications in areas such as manufacturing, bottling, mining, municipalities, wastewater treatment, swimming pools and home use applications.

Liberating Water Directive believes every home, business, industry and government can play a vital role in protecting one of our greatest resources.  Bringing environmentally friendly and economically feasible water technologies to the marketplace is a role Liberating Water believes it was created to play.

We welcome you and your abilities to join us here in the US and across the globe as we pursue an objective to meet the basic human needs through building up people and building up businesses.

 

A thin rectangular shaped footer graphic for the Liberating Water Directive Page on the website. The background is a blue gradient color that goes from a dark blue on the bottom to a lighter blue on top. The text in the upper right corner of the image in a light gray reads: Liberating Water Directive Page on Fish Stewarding Group. To the left of that text is the FSG logo. The logo has the letters FSG in the middle with a circle with four pointed arrows facing north, south, east and west with the S connected to that circle. Four rounded lines make the next circle of the circle and the last layer is a thin circle with the text on the Bottom that reads Stewarding Strategic Solutions. In the center background of the image is a watermarked FSG logo, faded in blue, in the background. On the bottom is the complete Liberating Water Directive Logo. The logo is a round object with a flowing small line that starts at the top and then bends and slowly widens and opens by the lower right corner of the object. There are four blues in the round object from a light to a dark that make up quadrants in the image. Beneath the Logo are the words Liberating in a white, Water in a lighter blue, then two lines on each side of the word Directive which is in a white font. Then beneath that is the text that reads Responsible Water Technologies and Applications. Then a solid line and the website underneath that reads Liberatingwater.com.