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The technology consists of an original industrial process by which natural materials can be turned into products with optional level of hydrophobic and oil adsorbent properties. These products can be developed as powders or granules with varying levels of hardness, water resistance, size, and density for diverse set of applications. Based on raw material products can be further enhanced to inherit additional properties for heavy metal adsorption, gas adsorption, protein adsorption, and more. Th...

Booth E21 - LC Innoconsult

Hydroemission is a Singapore based materials science company with a core competency in the development and manufacture of biodegradable controlled release delivery systems for a spectrum of environmental applications, including but not limited to: mosquito larvae control, agricultural pest control, condensate water treatment, grease remediation, ambient scenting and air purification. Most treatment processes in environmental applications involves administering a high dose of actives at a given ...

Booth G14 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd

The recall of the Galaxy Note 7, it has been estimated, will produce 157 million tonnes of precious metals used in the manufacture of the device.  While this is an extreme example electronic waste is the fastest growing portion of municipal waste. As the amount of E-waste grows so does concern over the current treatment methods used such as chemical cyanidation and acid leaching.   Instead of using energy intensive and toxic methods, the technology provider has developed a more environmentally f...

Booth D13, D14 - NUS Enterprise

Enzymatic technologies are a natural way to reduce dependence on harsh chemicals or over – processing while improving the process – economically, technologically, and environmentally. The technology provider currently has commercial enzymatic solutions in the market and has a wide range of enzymatic technologies to address a variety of industrial applications. The enzymes are tailored made to meet the customer specific requirements. Very often this means that enzymes are designed to handle harsh...

Booth E06 - MetGen Oy

This current technology is a synthesis of dye carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC) from agricultural wastes (e.g rice straw, bagasse and corn cob) by cooperation of encapsulation and spray drying techniques. It can be applied to be used as food and non-food additives such as stabilizers, thickeners and plasticizers. Dye CMC is more useful as it contains colour pigments and bio-active compounds from various sources of natural plants. The bio-active compounds can act as antimicrobial and antioxidant subs...

Booth D19 - Chiang Mai University