MicroBeads Technology - A Fundamental Breakthrough for Effective Destruction of Contaminants in Water Resources

F. Shirazi, J. Brackin
Microvi Biotech LLC, US

Keywords:

Clean Technology, Water purification, Water Treatment, Waste-Free Technology

Abstract:

There is a global demand for clean water and innovative technologies that can treat major contaminants in water resources without generating secondary waste streams using natural and safe biotechnologies or clean technologies. An innovative new technology has been developed for the destruction of major contaminants in water resources. The MicroBeads Technology is a fundamental breakthrough in the application of advanced biotechnologies for complete destruction of contaminants in water without the generation of waste streams or harmful by-products. MicroBeads Technology excels at delivering solutions for complex and recalcitrant contaminants in water resources that cannot be removed cost effectively with conventional treatment technologies.


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