Research funded by Bayer AG and conducted by NeoChloris, Inc., in collaboration with the University of Arizona, demonstrated that our AlgAn™ process is effective in removing CO2 from biogas and producing Renewable Natural gas (RNG) through algae cultivation.
Research by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has shown that our pressurized photobioreactors (PPBRs) efficiently convert carbon dioxide into sustainable biofuel through algae production. Our process can sequester more carbon dioxide and produce more biofuel than competing technologies.
Our patented biosensor technology helps the operators of a major municipal sewage treatment plant protect their biological system from toxic spills. The biosensor detects any toxic substances in the influent wastewater and automatically triggers alarms to alert operators in advance of potential process failures.
NeoChloris™, as part of a consortium headed up by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the Department of Energy, provided consulting services to a global mining giant for remediating an abandoned mine in New Mexico. Our photobioreactor technology is expected to be tested in the next phase of the project for treating radionuclide-contaminated groundwater at the site.
We designed and helped install a biogas measurement system for an anaerobic facility treating manure at a swine farm in the Philippines. Our satellite-based system allowed the client to obtain certified emission reduction credits through the Kyoto Protocol CDM process and enabled them to remotely monitor their site.
We provided conceptual engineering services and technologies for decarbonization projects in Asia and Latin America. These projects enabled our clients to convert pig and dairy manure to biomethane and obtain validated carbon credits through the Kyoto Protocol CDM process.
NeoChloris™ provided our patented anaerobic treatment technology to a poultry processor for upgrading their wastewater treatment facility. Our solution reduced odors, improved effluent quality, and ensured environmental compliance.
Our anaerobic technology treated wool-scouring wastewater and produced sustainable energy at a major textile facility in the United Kingdom. As a result, our client won the UK Department of Trade & Industry “Biotechnology Means Business” award for environmental stewardship.
A major dairy facility used our anaerobic system to pretreat cheese whey, milk spills, and plant wash water before discharge to the city sewage treatment plant. Our technology helped them to reduce influent organics, minimize sludge production, and generate sustainable biogas fuel, thereby reducing treatment costs and user fee to the city.
Our anaerobic Modulating Phase Reactor technology was used by a beverage processor to treat wastewater before surface discharge. By minimizing aeration energy requirements and producing sustainable biogas, the treatment costs were significantly reduced.