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Graphene technology firm set to revolutionise water filtration market

A COMPANY using the transformational material, graphene, to revolutionise the water filtration industry has moved into new lab and office space to support plans to take its innovative product to market. G2O will take on more staff after moving its headquarters to the North East Technology Park (NETPark), in Sedgefield, County Durham, where it is...

Is there a solution to the world’s clean water crisis?

G2o is cited in a recent news article by the Guardian as a potential solution to reducing the cost of desalination.

G2O secures £1m investment

Manchester-headquartered water technology business will forge collaborative partnerships with suppliers and enter global markets to expand customer reach Maven Capital Partners (“Maven”), one of the UK’s most active private equity firms, has led a £1.035m investment in Manchester-headquartered water treatment technology business, G2O Water Technologies Limited (“G2O”). A total of £600,000 has been provided by...

Oil and Water Separation

G2O demonstrates that its graphene oxide membranes efficiently separate oil and water.  Tests have been undertaken on both dead end and cross flow configurations.  We are working with our commercial partners in the oil industry to scale up this GO technology.  The pilot plant tests will focus reducing the cost of treating produced water.

G2O – An Exercise in Pragmatism

G2O is featured in Investor Intelligence who note that: G2O has developed a scalable method for coating graphene oxide on to standard filter media. The coating improves the performance of water treatment filters. This enhances the performance of the filter and potentially reduces the costs of operation too. Waste water treatment is a large global...

G2O an “early trailblazer” in Using Graphene for Filtration

G2O an “early trailblazer” in Using Graphene for Filtration

The Waterworld article SCALING UP GRAPHENE WATER FILTRATION TECHNOLOGY discusses G2O’s use of graphene and the end markets.

Developing solutions to improve the world’s water problems

From the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB)… The world’s grand challenges require interdisciplinary solutions – and this style of research is a key feature of how water@leeds operates and has found considerable success. Since we launched nine years ago, water@leeds has become the largest water-related research and training centre of any university in the...