Axolot Solutions has signed a trial agreement with a customer operating a harbor
A trial agreement has been signed with a customer conducting harbor activities, including regular ferry traffic.
The trials will be carried out in April, with the main purpose of removing zinc, but also other metal ions and nutrients from the water. New legislation sets requirements for harbor owners to take care of and clean black and grey water from the ships.
Given a high content of zinc - coming from sacrificing anodes in the ship tanks, protecting the tanks from corrosion – the black and grey water can usually not be sent to municipal treatment plants, since the metal content in the sewer sludge in this case risks being too high to be spread on the fields.
- An increased responsibility for the environment within the maritime industry is most welcome. Our technology is well positioned to offer solutions to these specific challenges, says Martin Ragnar, President and CEO of Axolot Solutions.
For further information, please contact:
Martin Ragnar, President and CEO Axolot Solutions, tel: +46 70 817 11 16, mail: email@example.com
About Axolot Solutions
Axolot Solutions is a Swedish environmental technology company, providing systems for industrial water purification. The company offers a holistic solution based upon a proprietary technology within electro-coagulation and flotation. Axolot's water purification concept is cost efficient and enables recirculation of the water. This leads to a reduced environmental footprint. Axolot Solutions also has business activities in Finland, through its affiliated company Axolot Solutions Finland Oy. More information about the Company and its business activities can be found at www.axolotsolutions.com.
Axolot Solutions Holding AB is based in Helsingborg, Sweden, and its shares (ticker: Axolot) are listed at Nasdaq First North Growth Market, Stockholm, since November 21, 2018. FNCA Sweden AB is the Certified Adviser of Axolot Solutions. FNCA Sweden AB can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and on tel +46 8 528 003 99.