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Cyclopure, founded in 2016, is commercialising porous, cross-linked polymers for the removal of micropollutants down to levels of single digits parts per trillion (ppt). It has developed adsorbents based on the sugar derivative cyclodextrin, which has a cupshaped structure that can bind numerous organic molecules.
Bristol, UK-based Industrial Phycology is looking to commercialise a microalgae-based treatment that will remove specific nutrients from wastewater such as phosphorus and even heavy metals without the need for chemical flocculation.