VANCOUVER – MGX Minerals reports that the nanoflotation technology developed by David Bromley Engineering (DBE) and licensed exclusively to MGX engineering and technology development partner PurLucid Treatment Solutions has been nominated for the prestigious international Katerva Award.
The Katerva Award recognizes disruptive sustainable innovations from around the world. The patented nanoflotation technology, which removes metals and physical particulate from oil and gas waste water, has been nominated as one of 10 finalists for the Energy and Power category.
PurLucid has developed a lithium recovery method that relies on nanoflotation as a core component of the water treatment and mineral recovery process. PurLucid holds exclusive rights to the technology for use in oil and gas water and brine treatment with the rights to expand licensing across sectors and geographies globally.
Read more about PurLucid water treatment solutions at www.PurLucid.com. MGX Minerals (www.MGXminerals.com) has a large land package of potential lithium brine properties in Alberta.