In recent years, the adoption of biological, chemical and membrane-based processing technologies has transformed the global water treatment industry. In addition to adopting established conventional water treatment technologies, in order to address the toughest wastewater challenges, Parkway is commercialising a portfolio of next-generation technologies.

 

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Since 2010, Parkway has invested in excess of $10 million on cutting-edge research, development and commercialisation related activities to advance a range of technologies with applications in the water sector. In addition to our own R&D activities, we partner with our clients and collaborate with leading researchers.

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aMES® TECHNOLOGY

The activated Minerals Extraction System, or aMES® is an innovative process technology that enables the treatment of concentrated aqueous solutions to recover a range of valuable minerals, reagents and fresh water. The technology has applications in the desalination, energy, mining and other industrial sectors.

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iBC® TECHNOLOGY

The integrated Brine Causticisation, or iBC® is an innovative process technology that removes common impurities from waste brine streams enabling further processing. The purified brine stream is subsequently treated in an integrated process, resulting in the production of various salt products and industrial-grade sodium hydroxide.

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LEACHATE & PFAS SOLUTIONS

Leachate generated from municipal landfills is presenting an increasing challenge for operators, particularly when contaminated with PFAS and related contaminants.

Through a portfolio conventional and proprietary technologies, Parkway is able to deliver an effective leachate treatment solution.

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K-Max®

The K-Max® technology is a hydrometallurgical process for treating glauconite and other micaceous minerals in order to extract valuable products, including potash. The technology is also suitable for producing potassium sulphate (SOP), potassium magnesium sulphate (KMS), phosphoric acid, iron oxide and aluminum sulphate.

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