Forward Water Technologies
Forward Water is revolutionizing fresh water production processes through an inexpensive desalination system that uses switchable salt to purify water without heat or energy.
In 2009, a team of researchers led by University of Guelph physics professor John Dutcher developed a nanoparticle that can be harvested and refined from corn through a simple and benign chemical process. The resulting nanoparticles are a natural, renewable material that can fulfill the rapidly growing global demand for eco-friendly advanced materials.
Switchable Water Portfolio
Facilitate greener processes by adding and removing carbon dioxide from aqueous solutions with commercial opportunities in desalination, remediation, and solvent purification. Please contact us directly for more information.
Flow Reactor Catalyst Immobilization
Allow complex metal-based homogeneous catalysts to be used in heterogeneous reactor systems, reducing solvent and energy use in the pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries. Please contact us directly for more information.
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