Melbourne-based company Clean TeQ, which specialises in metals recovery and industrial water treatment solutions, has signed a cooperation framework agreement with a Chinese research institute for development and promotion of its unique water treatment solutions in China.
Clean TeQ, through its wholly owned subsidiary Clean TeQ Water, has partnered with Meili Guotu ecological and environmental research and design institute for joint promotion of TeQ’s water purification technologies in China through research projects and incorporating TeQ’s unique solutions in projects designed and implemented by Meili.
Meili is a design and research institute that supports the development of environmental technologies and project design. Meili is supported by Shanshui Environmental Technology and CITIC Construction and is expected to assist CITIC in the execution of environmental construction projects in China and abroad as part of China’s “One Belt One Road” initiative.
Clean TeQ uses Continuous Ionic Filtration (CIF), Natural Evaporation and Crystallisation (NeX), and advanced membrane systems to provide solutions to challenging water treatment problems, including wastewater treatment, treating ground or surface water for potable use, recycling process waters in power, mining and industrial applications.
To ensure close cooperation between both parties, Martin Wang, chairman of Meili will become and advisor to Clean TeQ Water while Clean TeQ’s founder, Peter Voigt, will join Meili’s global technical advisory committee.