Associated Material Processing Raises $250K in Funding

Associated Material Processing, a Stillwater, OK-based provider of a chemical polymer that absorbs large quantities of arsenic and phosphate, has raised $250k in funding.

Backers include i2E, which committed $125k through the Oklahoma Seed Capital Fund, OSU Cowboy Technologies and a member of i2E’s SeedStep Angels group.

Founded in 2011, Associated Material Processing is working to commercialize a sorbent chemical polymer developed in the laboratory of Oklahoma State University chemistry professor Allen Apblett, Ph.D.
The technology has been shown to remove arsenic from various industrial waste water streams, drinking water and land water runoff.



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