Atena Alipour has joined the Akvotek team as a Research Engineer. Atena has extensive experience in MBR and algal production in waste water. She comes to us with a MEng from Iran, moving to Australia recently.
Her experience and skills in membranes and biological processes will enhance our research program, which is targeted at bringing enhanced products to the market and solving some of the industries long standing issues.
Australian Aid and Australian Water Association selected Nantra chemical free water treatment technology to provide safe drining water directly from a canal off the Mekong River.
Australian and Vietnamese officals with AWA cutting the ribbon to open the Akvokek Nantra plant.
Mark and Murray share a glass of safe clean water from the Nantra plant.
After many years of successful operation of their Koch Puron membranes, Queensland Urban Utilities are replacing their MBR membranes are Fairfield in Brisbane. They selected Koch Membranes Systems Puron PSH membranes supplied and installed by Akvotek. They are replacing their 8 modules with 12,000 sqm of membrane area.
The original installation was just before the flood in Brisbane and even though the membranes had a tough beginning they exceeded their expected life.
Nick Olsson joins the Akvotek management team as Engineering Manager. Nick has a wealth of experience in membrane based water recycling and the Chemical and Oil industries. He brings significant international experience, having developed projects In Australia, Africa and Europe.
He brings a strong technical background and will greatly enhance Akvotek's project management capacity.
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