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Monash University, ionic Industries and Clean TeQ receive graphene to develop GO-based water-treatment technology

Wednesday, February 22, 2017 3:04
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Clean TeQ Holdings, along with Monash University and "nofollow" target="_blank" href="/r2/?url="
target="_blank">Ionic Industrie
s, received a grant of $632,285
AUD (almost $500,000 USD) from the Australian Government under the
Cooperative Research Centre’s Project (CRC-P) program, to develop
energy efficient "" target=
"_blank">wastewater treatment
technology using "nofollow" target="_blank" href="/r2/?url="
target="_blank">graphene oxide
technology. The new project is
scheduled to commence in March 2017.

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Researchers at Monash University have developed a method of
producing graphene oxide which is suitable for the production of
water and wastewater filtration products. Clean TeQ has already
commercialized its Continuous Ionic Filtration (CIF®) technology
which is used for water and wastewater filtration. The use of
graphene oxide adsorbents in Clean TeQ ‘s process will allow the
capture of non-ionic species and thereby extend the range of waters
than can be successfully treated.

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