ElectraMet removes sludge from industrial wastewater and eliminates the need for costly chemicals and sludge disposal

Lexington, KY, February 3, 2020 – PowerTech Water, a Lexington-based developer of cleantech water treatment technologies, has introduced ElectraMet™, the most advanced solution for removal of heavy metals from industrial wastewater.

“ElectraMet provides significant environmental and economic benefits for a variety of industries, and is reshaping how the industrial sector manages wastewater,” said Cameron Lippert, chief executive officer. “Ultimately, this disruptive technology will diminish the burden of water treatment for companies, allowing them to focus on their core business.”

Highly selective and efficient, ElectraMet has been proven to remove Lead (Pb), Copper (Cu), Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn), Nickel (Ni), Zinc (Zn), Chromium (Cr), Cobalt (Co) and other metals from water streams. The electrochemical process uses patent-pending carbon electrode technology to actively attract, immobilize and filter metals with 99% selectivity, no sludge production and up to 90% reduction in OpEx. ElectraMet™ is ideally suited for battery, electronics and metal finishing wastewater treatment.

A new interactive website for ElectraMet, www.ElectraMet.com, includes detailed process and product information, including videos and white papers.

About ElectraMet

ElectraMet™, from PowerTech Water, harnesses the power of advanced carbon electrode technology to go beyond traditional industrial water treatment solutions and deliver clean water affordably and effectively with an environmentally responsible, cost-efficient, and easy-to-use platform. This flagship technology is an electrochemical process that removes metals from water, using patent-pending carbon electrode technology to actively attract, immobilize and filter metals with 99% selectivity, no sludge production and up to 90% reduction in OpEx. For more information go to www.ElectraMet.com, or contact us at info@ElectraMet.com

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