More than one billion people lack access to safe drinking water even though our planet is mostly covered in water. Most of it contains salt, but there is also an increasing number of potentially harmful pollutants, such as pharmaceutical residues and microplastics, found in drinking water worldwide. Today, no water filter can handle the removal of small pollutants without consuming large amounts of energy. Except for one filter found in you, me and all of life.
EasyMining – clean commercial chemical products using wastes as raw material
EasyMining patented process Ash2®Phos enables extraction of clean commercial phosphorus products from ash of incinerated sewage sludge. Thereby the need need for virgin phosphorus resources can be decreased, and a circular flow of phosphorus established, an element of high importance to the EU and of high risk associated with their supply. In addition to phosphorus the Ash2®Phos process recovers precipitation chemicals and remove heavy metals.
Phosphorus is an essential element for life and a key nutrient for agriculture. Via the food cycle, phosphorus ends up in sewage sludge.
The world is becoming urbanized. People are moving from rural to urban centers at a rate of 1.3 million per week. 65% of the world’s population will live in cities by 2050. Capturing timely, relevant and actionable data about the urban environment is crucial for cities to keep functioning. To meet this need, Univrses is developing a game-changing platform called 3DAI City.
Grönska urban farming: Europe’s largest indoor vertical farm
Urban farming in cities is an alternative, innovative method that can replace conventional agriculture. This project is focusing on the solution that a company called Grönska Stadsodling developed a system for vertical farming in Huddinge, Stockholm. The project is Europe’s largest indoor vertical farm.