At Parkway, we offer a large range of established water treatment technologies, field-proven in the conventional water treatment industry over a number of years.
In order to address the more challenging wastewater challenges, we are commercialising a portfolio of our own next-generation technologies.READ MORE
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.
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.
In addition to established collaborations with industry and academia, Parkway has successfully developed an internal innovation culture, where inhouse technicians, engineers and process experts collaborate, to develop smarter ways to solve difficult water treatment related challenges.
At Parkway, our portfolio of innovative process technologies consists of the iBC® pre-treatment technology, the aMES® processing technology and a collection of other disruptive technologies acquired and/or developed by Parkway.
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 industrial sectors.
The aMES® technology incorporates several novel innovations into an integrated process delivering significant advantages over conventional technologies including:
The ability of the aMES® technology to dewater extremely concentrated solutions including brines, and concurrently recover fractionated products, is highly desirable in a range of applications including:
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.
The iBC® technology incorporates several novel innovations into an integrated process delivering significant advantages over conventional technologies including:
The ability of the iBC® technology to convert problematic carbonates and bicarbonates in brines, and concurrently recover products, is highly desirable in a range of applications including:
Leachate & PFAS Technology
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.
The ability of our Leachate & PFAS solutions to be customised for a given feedstock, enables our solutions to be applied to wide range of liquid waste streams including:
Additional information regarding Parkway’s portfolio of process technologies and related water treatment solutions, is outlined in the Parkway Process Technologies, Next-Generation Technologies brochure.
For additional information, or to discuss how we can provide you with the most suitable technology-based solution to address your water treatment challenges, we invite you to reach out and speak to a Parkway water treatment specialist, today.
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