Arvia Technology, a Warrington, UK-based water & wastewater treatment company, secured £4m in funding.
Backers were not disclosed.
The company intends to use the funds to conduct a series of demonstration installations in industrial treatment facilities.
Led by CEO Mike Lodge, Arvia has developed its own graphene-based proprietary material – NyexTM – which removes organics, emerging contaminants and micro-pollutants from wastewater and is regenerated in-situ in the novel organics destruction cell (ODC) process.
The technology was spun-out of Manchester University’s School of Chemical Engineering.