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CARLO ERBA Reagents GmbH, Germany

Looking back on a success story of more than 160 years, CARLO ERBA Reagents, with its locations in Italy, France and Spain, offers a long-standing expertise as a specialist for laboratory and pharmaceutical technology, chemicals, consumables and laboratory equipment as well as services - now also in more

EnviroChemie GmbH, Germany

EnviroChemie is a leading plant engineering company for industrial water treatment, water circulation and wastewater treatment, with headquarters in the Frankfurt region, Germany. Our engineers and scientists consult on, plan, build, and maintain water treatment plants that are tailored to the respe more

EnviroDTS GmbH, Germany

EnviroDTS specializes in the complete sewage treatment and water treatment in laboratories, research institutes and institutions, hospitals and selected industrial sectors. With more than 30 years of experience and over 5000 realized plants, we as specialists develop solutions, also efficiently, cos more

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News Decontamination

  • A new way to decontaminate water and gas with a new 3D extra-large pore zeolite

    An international team of researchers with the participation of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) has created the most porous stable zeolite known to date, a new pure silica zeolite called ZEO-3. This zeolite was formed by an unprecedented topotactic condensation of a 1D silicate chain to more

  • Harvesting metal catalysts from plants used for cleaning contaminated soils

    The European Patent Office honoured French scientist Claude Grison with the European Inventor Award 2022 in the "Research" category. The University professor and research director at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) has developed a method of using plants to extract metal ele more

  • Removing toxic mercury from contaminated water

    Water which has been contaminated with mercury and other toxic heavy metals is a major cause of environmental damage and health problems worldwide. Now, researchers from Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, present a totally new way to clean contaminated water, through an electrochemical proce more

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