Microvi Featured in 2017 Intensification of Resource Recovery (IR2) Forum
August 12, 2017 – Microvi’s breakthrough wastewater treatment technologies have been accepted into the prestigious Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) program, the company announced today.
As part of the program, the company presented its technologies to major municipal and industries utilities at the 2017 Intensification of Resource Recovery (IR2) Forum at Manhattan College in New York.
The LIFT program, which is run by Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WERF) and Water Environment Federation (WEF), is a multi-pronged initiative to help bring new water technology to the field quickly and efficiently.
Acceptance into the program is highly selective. Microvi was selected for its innovative MicroNiche Engineering™ platform, as well as its Aerovi™, Nitrovi™, Provi™, and Denitrovi™ treatment technologies.
“Microvi is proud to have been accepted into this prestigious program. Our technologies are ready to transform the way we treat water around the world,” said Microvi CEO Dr. Fatemeh Shirazi.
At the IR2 Forum, Microvi’s Andrew Findlay co-presented with Jason Warner, General Manager of Oro Loma Sanitary District, describing the District’s work in collaborating with Microvi. Microvi was featured as part of the session called Intensifying Biological Processes.
LIFT provides many supportive functions, including technical evaluations, a research and development forum, and communications training and education. Information on the program is available on the WERF Website.
Microvi is a green technology company based in the San Francisco Bay Area that delivers next-generation biotechnologies for the water, wastewater and renewable chemical industries. Microvi offers commercial technologies around the world to reduce waste, increase productivity and provide disruptive economics across the value chain. Learn more at www.microvi.com.
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