Clean technology company Axine Water Technologies signed a wastewater services agreement with a supplier of computer storage technologies and solutions. Under the multi-year agreement, Axine will install, monitor and service a wastewater system at the customer’s manufacturing facility in California.
The system will electrochemically treat toxic wastewater contaminated with organic solvents generated during the manufacturing process. Currently, the wastewater is trucked off site to a remote location for incineration.
The customer’s goal of installing the system is twofold. First, to treat the wastewater on site so it can be beneficially reused. Second, to eliminate the practice of off-site wastewater trucking and disposal. Achieving these goals will enable the customer to streamline operations, reduce costs, lower risks and improve environmental performance. The agreement follows several months of testing and piloting Axine’s technology. The system will be operational in the second quarter of 2017.
“This project is a great example of how Axine can address wastewater pain points and create value for customers,” said Jonathan Rhone, Axine CEO. “We’re seeing demand for our solutions from customers across the electronics, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. They’re looking for new solutions that can cost-effectively treat wastewater containing toxic organics or ammonia to lower costs and risks, and simplify operations.”
Source: Axine Water Technologies