Enhanced Organics Treatment
H2nanO has created a new approach to advanced oxidation process (AOP) treatment through an easy to recover and reuse nano-engineered catalyst. Our system provides a high treatment strength while being simple to integrate into treatment systems, enabling improved treatment of organic contaminants.
H2nanO excels at destroying hard-to-degrade dissolved organics including:
Petrochemicals, surfactants, solvents, dyes, polymers and the recalcitrant organics.
H2nanO can treat organic contaminants of concern at a both high and low level concentrations including:
Pharmaceuticals, pesticides, industrial wastes, and endocrine disruptors.
Destroy persistent organics, color, and toxins to ppm or ppb discharge limits.
Municipal & Industrial Reuse
Enable economical municipal and industrial reuse for higher use efficiency.
Remediation & Management
Enhance site clean-up, nutrient reduction, and water source quality.
H2nanO's technology provides a reusable, catalyzed reaction to create treatment chemicals, known as radicals, from the water itself. These radicals completely mineralize contaminants, leaving purified water without wastes or by-products requiring further treatment. Our technology is integrated into a range of applications including UV and solar AOPs.
Proprietary, easily recovered catalysts for reduced inputs.
No wastes or by-products to recover or dispose.
Low complexity “end-of-pipe” set-up and operation.
LEADING ENVIRONMENTAL Nanotechnology Experience
H2nanO brings leading experience in designing nanomaterials and nanotechnology products for environmental applications. Prof. Gu, Tim, and Stuart have worked together to produce research covering everything from nanoparticle synthesis techniques and materials engineering to treatment of pharmaceuticals and oil sands contaminants in water. Over the past 6 years, they have published over 15 peer reviewed papers and 3 patents with more in progress. Our team is enthusiastically committed to establishing nanotechnology as a practical solution to challenging water treatment problems.