Developing technology to treat sulfate-rich wastewater

Developing technology to treat sulfate-rich wastewater

Sulfuric acid is the most used industrial chemical by amount and by number of applications. Its precursor sulfide is also present in the ore and reacts with oxygen to generate sulfate. Naturally, almost all these industrial applications generate sulfate-rich...
Sulphate reduction with bacterias

Sulphate reduction with bacterias

Sulphuric acid is by far the most used industrial chemical by amount and by number of applications. Naturally, almost all these industrial applications generate sulphate-rich wastewater. Such a process water if released into an un-regulated, un-controlled environment...
Praise for presentation at IBS in Japan

Praise for presentation at IBS in Japan

BIOMIMIC was recently presented at the 23 International biohydrometallurgical symposium in Fukuoka in Japan. Karin Willquist presented how we have been able to increase the sulfate reduction rate, selectively precipitate metals and achieved increase biosorption rates...
BIOMIMIC is an ERA-MIN II success story

BIOMIMIC is an ERA-MIN II success story

  The BIOMIMIC project was presented at the ERAMIN II success story session at the Raw Material Week in Brussels on November 18, 2019. Karin Willquist from RISE Research Institues of Sweden (Project coordinator) explained how BIOMIMIC has created water recovery...
The BIOMIMIC consortium welcomes a new partner

The BIOMIMIC consortium welcomes a new partner

MTC – Miljötekniskt center AB – replaces the Swedish cleantech company Flocazur as a partner in the BIOMIMIC consortium. This was decided by the General Assembly in June.MTC is a Swedish SME and testbed provider that specializes in the implementation of emerging...

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