Developers of a low-cost, breakthrough solution for treating toxic organic pollutants in wastewater.

VANCOUVER, BC


 

Problem they are Solving?

Complex, expensive, and ineffective wastewater treatment systems.

Their Solution?

A low-cost, breakthrough solution for treating toxic organic pollutants in wastewater.

Chrysalix take from Axine Chairman,
Wal van Lierop

 

1. What is the insight that led to Chrysalix investing?

There is currently no cost-effective approach to treating recalcitrant organics in wastewater which create industrial operating bottlenecks due to equipment fouling. If resolved, industrial operators can achieve both operational savings and top-line growth.

 

2. What is the company’s biggest strength?

Despite having a clear technical path to a low-cost, reliable product, the biggest strength lays within the management team’s ability to partner and navigate the often difficult and fragmented wastewater space. 

 

3. What is the implication of this company being successful?

Water security and re-use is a strategic issue for water-intensive industries. If Axine’s technology is successful, it stands to establish a new standard in wastewater treatment and help industrial customers everywhere improve the economics, efficiency, and effectiveness of their wastewater treatment.

 

www.axinewater.com

 

 

 

CHRYSALIX QUICK TAKES
Listen to Chrysalix Associate & Axine Board Observer, James Wells reflect on why the Firm invested in Axine.

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