Protection is a Priority
“Protecting the integrity of our water resources is one of the most essential environmental issues of the 21st century.” U.S. Geological Survey
Freshwater resources represent less than 1% of global water supplies, serving interdependent daily use by industry, agriculture and domestic consumption
Current Methods Ineffective
Adsorption is the preferred method to remove pollutants because methods that degrade contaminants are expensive, energy intensive and produce degradation byproducts of unknown toxicity.
Yet, current adsorption methods using activated carbon are largely ineffective, and allow the passage of hundreds of micropollutants through water treatment systems.
A Superior Solution
CycloPure’s polymers are engineered for superior adsorption to rapidly and safely remove hazardous contaminants escaping into drinking water resources. Our initial adsorption products, CD-MP and CD-PFAS, capture and remove over 200 hundred different micropollutants, including PFOA, PFOS, BPA, estrogen steroids, and pesticides such as chlorpyrifos and metolachlor.
CD-MP and CD-PFAS are ideally suited for use in various stages of water treatment: Purification, covering the treatment of water sources at point of entry (inflows), and Wastewater Treatment, covering the treatment of waste water released into water supplies (outflows).