We are developing a next-generation water filtration membrane with anti-microbial properties and flux/pressure requirements competitive with nanofiltration. We partner on this project with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Dr. Chris Griggs.
With partners at the University of Arkansas, Penn State, and Georgia Tech, we are developing a scalable solution to detection, sequestration, and destruction of munitions compounds from contaminated water.
We have expertise in the design and testing of scalable nanocomposite materials and electrochemical systems. Our focus is on low-cost, scalable components, and energy-efficient operation. We consult on water treatment technologies, system design, and operations.