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The BlueTech Research Innovation Tracker provides a live, online tool to track the most important innovative, disruptive technology companies in the industry
BlueTech Research has awarded Evoqua Water Technologies its Innovation Tracker Accreditation for Evoqua's water technologies. Recognition for this award highlights the advanced nature of Evoqua Water Technologies within the water industry and registers the company within the BlueTech Research Innovation Tracker.
Comprising more than 500 companies, the BlueTech Research Innovation Tracker provides a live, online tool to track the most important innovative, disruptive technology companies in the industry. Innovation Tracker companies are selected based on a number of criteria, including the BlueTech Research "Disrupt-o-Meter," which measures the technology's disruptive potential within the water market. The Innovation Tracker maps key companies and technologies within the water sector, providing users with the ability to filter through companies and gather comprehensive data on each technology.
BlueTech singled out Evoqua for the BioMag and CoMag Systems that utilize magnetite ballasted technology to remove total suspended solids and other particulate contaminants from drinking water, wastewater (industrial and municipal) and process water.
Other technologies currently under development by Evoqua include its electrochemical desalination technology for adjustable dissolved solids removal capability which was recently commercialized with its first OEM agreement.
"It is an honor to receive the Innovation Tracker Award," said Rodney Aulick, Evoqua senior vice president and Industrial Segment lead. "This award bolsters our belief in our CoMag and BioMag systems as well as our other technologies and is a source of great pride for the team. We thank BlueTech Research for recognizing the innovative potential of our technology."