Water to those in need Response
Recovery
Resilience

Be Alert. Be Prepared.

Be in the know COVID19

As the world deals with crises of all forms, the methods for recovery usually go hand-in-hand with three key factors; being prepared, staying vigilant, and following necessary protocols. With these factors working in unison, the risks associated with a speedy recovery effort become mitigated, allowing for lives to be saved. Below you can find a few resources that may help offer insight during our current global COVID19 pandemic. 

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Our Mission

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Resiliency starts with sustainability

Our goal is to support critical emergency and short term water needs in the wake of catastrophic events by processing and delivering drinking water (bulk and packaged) harvested from the ocean in an environmentally responsible and sustainable manner. We will provide a safe, reliable and cost effective alternative to bottled water to those in need by following predictable weather events and rapidly responding to disasters while maintaining complete autonomy from coastal infrastructure.

PROVIDING LIFE’S MOST PRECIOUS
RESOURCE DURING LIFE’S
MOST CRUCIAL TIMES

Meet The Team

President

Harry Jackson

Harry Jackson is the current Managing Director of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) Development and COO – Operations for Foley Capital, a finance and management consulting firm with headquarters in Hong Kong. Previous to FoleyCap, Mr. Jackson was President of KSP Energy located in Honolulu, Hawaii, where he was responsible for the daily operations, development, and execution of business objectives. Prior to KSP Energy, Mr. Jackson was the President and COO of Ocean Engineering and Energy Systems, specializing in the development of ocean-based water and energy production systems. He also worked in the US Navy Pacific Fleet Facilities Division based in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, developing and managing facility operations, MILCON project implementation, government contracting, construction management, maintenance contracts, program operations and management evaluations throughout the Asia Pacific Region.

VP Maritime Operations

Ken Ostebo

One of the maritime industry’s acknowledged experts in deep-water commercial operations.  His 34 years of experience include vessel ownership and operations of large commercial Alaskan crab fishing vessels, as well as technology design and engineering to process and freeze their products for market. Ken was also one of the original participants in the Discovery Channel Docu-drama “America’s Deadliest Catch”. As owner and president of Sea-Lite Products, Inc, he designed and built the first imitation crab processing facility in the United States. In 2006 as President and CEO of DOHawaii Maritime Inc, he spearheaded the testing, certification, and commercialization of the world’s first at-sea, deep ocean water harvesting and processing operation and implemented the engineering and design expansion from 100,000 to 1 million gallons per day capacity. Ken consults for Process Engineering Group, a Hydraulic Systems company that provides engineering and pump systems to the Mining Industries

Executive Vice President

Rich Treadway

Rich Treadway served as a USAF F-16 and F-117 fighter pilot for 25 years, flew combat during Operation Desert Storm and commanded at the squadron, group and wing levels.  His final command included the daily management of Air Combat Command’s largest base and largest flying operation with over 5000 personnel. After retiring from the Air Force in 2004, he helped found DOHawaii, the first company to harvest, process, package, and ship deep ocean water as a commodity ingredient for commercial use.  As Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, Rich was instrumental to company start-up, Research & Development, certification, and commercialization. His original ideas for emergency water response are the foundation on which the SOS template is based.

He currently consults with Booz Allen Hamilton where he supports the development and rapid fielding of portable water response systems for governmental use during humanitarian assistance and disaster relief (HA/DR).

He maintains both personal and working relationships with military contemporaries now assuming three and four-star leadership positions and has kept them apprised of SOS’s potential to enhance their future support to HA/DR.

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