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ecoSPEARS Wins Swedish Geotechnical Institute (SGI) Pilot Project to Deploy Clean Water Technology in Sweden

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Environmental Cleantech Startup in Florida Partners with Swedish Organizations to Remove Toxins from Waterways in Sweden Using NASA Developed Clean Water Technology.

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updated: Dec 10, 2020

ecoSPEARS and its Swedish partners Umeå University (UMU) and SWECO, have been awarded a grant to deploy ecoSPEARS’ namesake NASA-developed clean water technology to extract persistent toxins from Sweden’s waterways. The grant will fund the Sorbent Polymer Extraction And Remediation System (SPEARS) deployment as part of the Swedish Geotechnical Institute’s (SGI) TUFFO program to research the impact of technology within contaminated areas of Sweden. “We are extremely proud of being awarded this project from SGI,” said Serg Albino, ecoSPEARS CEO and Co-founder. “Our partners at UMU and…

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