What We Do

Research and Innovation

Everything we do is built on a foundation of academic research and technological innovation.

Research and Innovation

Academic collaborations for sustainable solutions

Through partnerships with leading academic and research institutions as well as remediation partners and owners of contaminated sites, we aim to develop comprehensive insights that will drive solutions for a cleaner, healthier environment.

Research Project

PFAS Remediation with UTS

Our collaborative initiative with the University of Technology Sydney explores permeable reactive barrier (PRB) integrated electrokinetic soil and biosolid remediation, aimed at innovatively addressing environmental challenges.   

The primary objective of this project is to advance and validate technologies designed to remove PFAS contamination from the environment. Specifically, the project concentrates on developing a PRB and biodegradable flushing solutions to enhance the electrokinetic process for effective and highly efficient in-situ PFAS remediation.

We seek to redefine in-situ solutions for remediating water, soil and biosolids contaminated with PFAS, by exploring the synergy between advanced electrochemical and electrokinetic technologies and the joint expertise of our team and academic researchers in this crucial work. 

Our Goals 

  1. Develop comprehensive metrics to measure the sustainability and energy efficiency of our integrated electrokinetic process.  
  2. Strike a balance between effective PFAS removal and reducing the environmental footprint of our remediation efforts.  
  3. Forge strategic collaborations with industry partners to validate the scalability and practical applicability of our sustainable integrated electrokinetic process. Stakeholder engagement is integral to ensuring the seamless integration of our technologies into existing environmental remediation practices. 
  4. Investigate the adaptability of the electrokinetic process across diverse environmental matrices, including soil, sediment, and water. 


Research Aspect Key Focus
Electrokinetic Technologies Optimisation for Soil Remediation
Biosolid Management Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Practices
Academic Collaboration with UTS Partnership for Research Impact

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Research Projects


Innovative technology based on constructed wetlands for treatment of pesticide contaminated waters 

LIFEPOPWAT, a European project, uses constructed wetlands and Wetland+ technology to tackle water contamination from HCH mega sites. The goal is to replicate these solutions across the EU and globally. 

The project, supported by the EU's Life program and the Czech Republic's Ministry of the Environment, benchmarks Wetland+ technology against conventional methods for performance, ease of deployment, and sustainability. 

Project Duration: 1 January 2020 - 31 December 2023


Enhanced In Situ Bioremediation for Contaminated Land Remediation  

EiCLaR advancements will be directly integrated into industrial processes to achieve efficient and cost-effective treatment of diverse environmental pollutants, encompassing chlorinated solvents, heavy metals, and pesticides.  

The implementation of these technologies will extend the applicability of bioremediation approaches to encompass industrial sites and water bodies hosting intricate, highly concentrated mixtures of pollutants.   

Project Coordinator: Ecole centrale de Lyon, France 

Project Duration: 1 January 2021 - 31 December 2024


Elimination of PFAS in the environment - development of innovative in-situ remediation methods and advanced technologies for water applications  

The primary objective of this project is to advance and validate technologies designed to remove PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) contamination from the environment.  

Specifically, the project concentrates on two critical aspects: the treatment of drinking water and the in-situ remediation of PFAS in groundwater.  

Project Coordinator: Photon Water Technology s.r.o. (PWT), Czech Republic  

Next Participant: Technical University of Liberec (TUL), Czech Republic

Project Duration: 1 January 2023 - 31 December 2026


Voucher 2023

Application of biosensors in on-line monitoring of remediation applications (Regional Innovation Programme - Technology Vouchers)

This project develops a biosensor-equipped online monitoring device prototype for assessing water treatment effectiveness. It targets various water types, validating functionality in lab and remediation settings.

The project, supported by a grant from the Liberec Region in the Czech Republic, aims to demonstrate the practicality of integrating biosensors into remediation applications, crucial for improving water quality and fostering a healthy environment. 

Project Duration: 1 July 2023 - 30 September 2024


Water Resources Management in Visitor Attractions - FIT4USE Water Recirculation Technology 

Zoos face a critical environmental issue with excessive water consumption, leading to high costs and environmental impact. The current zoo setup lacks water resilience, posing challenges during water shortages.  

LIFE4ZOO addresses these issues by introducing a comprehensive water management approach. It promotes local water re-use, reduces wastewater treatment needs, prevents surface water risks, and incorporates engineered wetlands for water buffering.  

Thanks to the Life program and support from the Ministry of the Environment of the Czech Republic, this project tackles the water challenges in zoos directly. 

Project Duration: 1 September 2023 - 28 February 2027

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Our focus on research isn’t just theoretical. We are dedicated to developing the most effective remediation solutions for practical application.

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