About Us

Carbon Negative Water Solutions
7500 W Lake Mead Blvd
Suite 9-336
Las Vegas, NV 89128
Office:  (814) 574-2649
John R. Hoaglund, III, Ph.D. [LinkedIn]
Cell: (814) 574-2649
E-mail:   john@h2o-c.com
Carbon Negative capitalizes on the expertise of our scientists and partners in sustainability, attained over many years of work at contract research organizations, environmental companies, government, and academia. Carbon Negative is dedicated to excellence in helping our customers achieve their environmental and sustainability goals, including groundwater and carbon management.
Dr. Hoaglund is currently under long-term contract through Navarro with the Department of Energy in North Las Vegas, currently working on environmental issues related to the Nevada National Security Site (formerly Nevada Test Site).  Contact him directly, with either phone, address, or e-mail provided above, for any consulting arrangements for which you may be interested. 
 
Environmental Services
  • Geological Investigation
  • Geological Subsurface Reconstruction (Solid Modeling)
  • Groundwater Investigations
  • Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Fate-and-Transport modeling
  • Aquifer Testing
  • Groundwater Supply Development and Remediation
  • Wellhead Protection Zones
  • Environmental Forensics (including geochemical and isotopic methods)
  • Water Quality Assessment and Treatment
  • Aquifer Storage and Recovery Feasibility Studies
  • Seawater Barrier Feasibility Studies
  • Carbon Sequestration for UNFCCC Carbon Credits

Capability (cape) Statement

Carbon Negative Water Solutions

Do you have an ongoing environmental remediation or water supply system? Have you seen your electric bill?  We can help.
Carbon Negative is not just another environmental services firm.  We understand that water and energy are fundamentally linked.  Our core philosophy is to incorporate sustainability principles into water, energy, and carbon reduction projects.
The water industry consumes a tremendous amount of energy, and is thus one of the largest emitters of CO2:
“California’s water infrastructure uses a tremendous amount of energy to collect, move, and treat water; dispose of wastewater; and power the large pumps that move water throughout the state. California consumers also use energy to heat, cool, and pressurize the water they use in their homes and businesses. Together these water related energy uses annually account for roughly 20 percent of the state’s electricity consumption, one-third of non-power plant natural gas consumption, and about 88 million gallons of diesel fuel consumption.”
-California Energy Commission, 2005.  Integrated Energy Policy Report, CEC-100-2005-007-CMF. November, 2005.
You’re going to need a lot of energy.  We explore options to reduce YOUR costs and carbon footprint.  Carbon Negative is teamed with alternative energy providers for carbon neutral water production and treatment, and is developing carbon sequestration techniques using natural water chemistry to “go negative early.”