CannaWorx offers a complete solution providing consistent access to hybridized cannabis strains, customized specific cannabinoid products to the cannabis business industry while maintaining highly experienced, trained industry experts, detailed cannabis data management, labor force management and proprietary formulations from high performance labs and grow facilities.
The CannaWorx group of companies includes Cannabis Career Institute, Cannabis State University, CannaJobs, CannaTrends, Green Dot Delivery and more.
Cannabis Industry veterans, Robert Calkin and Dr. Gerry Bedore announce plans to create a multifaceted enterprise to serve the evolving needs of the cannabis and hemp industry.
Cannaworx, Inc. was created in August 2014 as a resource provider to the cannabis and hemp industries, including facilities, equipment, product development, research and development, financing, personnel, and management of all functional areas.
Cannaworx’s mission statement is: The mission of Cannaworx is to serve humanity with sustainable wellness through inspired cannabis and other natural products and services.
AquaFer’s Q systems produce water economically from atmospheric air. Systems can be designed to produce small or large quantities of water daily practically anywhere. The volume of water contained in the atmosphere on a daily basis is approximately 4,000 trillion gallons of fresh, pure untapped water. This source is renewed daily by nature and is over 300,000 times more water than the total worldwide daily production of desalinization and ten times more water than all the rivers of the world combined.
The AquaFer™ System is a water-generating process that extracts and condenses pure drinking water from the atmosphere in quantities relative to humidity levels producing pure, safe potable water. The process, known as “atmospheric distillation”, produces water quality that greatly exceeds all known competitors.
Contaminated Soil Solutions (CSS) has created a streamlined yet effective solids and fluid treatment system that provides the oil and gas industry more sustainable waste options. Our system will ensure a reliable treatment method that will help the producer responsibly and economically manage their solids and fluids waste that is generated from drilling and production operations.
The CSS1000™ technology was originally engineered and built in Canada and was initially utilized for washing formation production sand and drill cuttings under contract at an oil production site in Alberta. In 2010, the equipment was moved to Cheyenne, Oklahoma to process hydrocarbon contaminated beach sand from the BP Gulf Oil spill. The system proved its effectiveness on the material at a feasible cost.
Common Stock as of 8-04-15
Float: 1,630,655,299 (a/o August 4, 2015)
O/S: 3,554,551,059 (a/o August 4, 2015)
A/S: 6,000,000,000 (a/o August 4, 2015)
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