Nobska Technologies' mission is to become the residential water reuse solution
provider. Water is quickly becoming a scarce resource. In fact, water is predicted
to be the next oil as large urban areas, like Las Vegas, face the likelihood
that they will run out of water in the next 10 years. Less than four percent
of the earth's water supply is available for consumption. However, human growth
and development continues to quickly outpace our ability to supply clean water.
By developing a marketable greywater system for residential use, Nobska plans
to change our current approach to water.
Currently there is little reuse of water. Water is supplied as drinkable quality
blue water, used once and discharged as blackwater. Some water known as greywater
(lauindry and shower water) can be treated and reused for landscaping and other
light uses. Nobska Technologies is developing a small scale, modularized water
processing system designed to source separate household waste water for intelligent
reuse. Greywater will be identified and further treated to make it suitable
for reuse for residential landscaping and other light use applications.
The Vocus CI-TOF from TOFWERK provides real-time chemical ionization measurements.
The Hiden LAS provides leak analysis of sealed packages.
Lightweight, recycled thermoset-plastic fillers produced and supplied by Composition Materials are made from 100% recycled materials.
Dr. Melis Duyar
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Melis Duyar from the University of Surrey about their contribution to clean technology research. Duyar has worked with her team to develop materials and processes to capture carbon dioxide, perform a chemical transformation of the captured carbon dioxide with hydrogen, and
AZoCleantech speaks with Julian Hunt from the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis about his research into a new hydropower technology.
Dr. Claire Rossouw
AZoCleantech speaks to Dr. Claire Rossouw, Technical Support Manager at OMEX Environmental.