Microvi to Present Technology at American Chemical Society National Meeting
April 3, 2017 – Microvi will make a presentation Tuesday at the American Chemical Society’s National Meeting & Exposition about the company’s groundbreaking dioxane removal technology.
The talk, entitled “Bioprocess development for 1,4-dioxane treatment: Bench through field investigation,” will be delivered by Microvi’s Director of Innovation Research Ameen Razavi. It explores the challenges of dioxane remediation, and how Microvi’s MB-DX technology provides a novel, cost-effective solution for its treatment.
Dioxane is classified as a carcinogen and various state, federal and international authorities have set regulatory limits ranging from 1-70 μg/L. It has been used around the world for decades in solvents, pesticides, resins, oils, adhesives and waxes. It remains recalcitrant for years and spreads rapidly through groundwater, causing a significant public health risk.
The American Chemical Society’s National Meeting & Exposition is being held April 2-6 in San Francisco. Microvi’s presentation will be held Tuesday, April 4 at 3:50 pm at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis, 780 Mission St.
Microvi is a leading green technology company based in the San Francisco Bay Area that develops next-generation bioconversion technologies in the water, wastewater and bio-based chemical industries. Microvi’s approach has been demonstrated in a wide range of applications, including at large scale, to enable smaller footprints, increased productivity and disruptive economics compared to current methods. Microvi has formed partnerships around the world with public and private firms, academic institutions and municipal agencies. For more information, please visit www.microvi.com.
Kevin Kidder, Director of Communications & Marketing, Microvi Biotechnologies