Chemical recycling of our wastes in LIFE SMART and LIFE Carbongreen projects
Our project video is online, with among others solutions for nano- and micro-plastics removal in coastal cooling water systems.
Replacing coal with alternative reductants (solid waste) to improve the Carbon footprint of Steel manufacturing. Together with ArcelorMittal and the project partners we are supporting them with the execution of this project
Leading this project as coordinator we are upcycling many raw material residue streams to high value products using an innovative process that requires renewable electricity.
Press release Vattenfall on Recycling end of life wind blades.
- APEC study on water-energy nexus
A study done for APEC through DNV GL, see report here .
- Carbon capture using membranes
- New sources of water, utilizing membrane technologies
WATER CAPTURE – CAPWA
After years of silence, we are happy to announce that BlueXPRT is taking steps for:
The revival of CapWa!
The Capture of evaporated Water with novel membranes (CapWa), was a very succesful 2010-2013 EU funded project. It was named twice by the European Commission as a success story.
CapWa is a promising technology that will enable industries to be net water producers and save energy.
Together with some new and old project partners BlueXPRT has taken the lead in requesting funding for the final push to help realize the technology. Below you will find several public reports, the project video and an explanatory animation.
Stay tuned for updates!
Paper Alternatives and energy modelling PowerGen Europe V1.0
PPChem2014_16(2), 126-142 CapWa pilot test results