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Nuclear Decontamination

We are currently scaling up and nuclearising a patented electrochemical process for removing chloride and organics (i.e ETDA, formic acid) from spent decontamination solutions generated during nuclear decommissioning operations. Other technologies we have indentifed as offering potential cost savings during decommissioning are electro-pickling of steel, microwave concrete scabbling and ohmic/microwave heating of liquid and solid waste streams.
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Electrodialysis is an industry-ready membrane process used for pollution control, desalination, resource recovery and chemical processing. It can be used to produce potable water from brackish sources and remove salts from foodstuffs, recover salts from effluent, and split salts into their constituent acid and base, for example for recovery of mixed acids from spent pickling liqour. Read More


Bioprocesses based on the catalytic activities of microbes or isolated enzymes are increasingly attractive to industries in the manufacturing and environmental sectors. For industry, the needs for novel product development, demand for natural products, and rising energy costs reducing the margins on conventional processes are all driving the demand for new bioprocesses and improvement of existing methods. Read More