Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5
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IPSCIO Record ID: 160148
IPSCIO Record ID: 120901
IPSCIO Record ID: 117191
The Licensees separation technology and recovery system, can separate and recover solubilized metals, radionuclides, biochemicals and other targeted elements from aqueous and possibly gaseous waste streams in degrees of concentration and purity which permit both the reuse of such elements and the ability for the waste water or gas to be disposed of as non-toxic effluent with little or no further treatment.
IPSCIO Record ID: 117858
Under the sublicense agreement, the Licensor granted Licensee the following
— The exclusive worldwide sublicense of the ARP technology. The sublicense also grants a non-exclusive use of NitRem/DSR for industrial and US government applications and a non-exclusive grant of STORS, except for Japan, for municipal applications.
— A license to utilize technical information including any unpublished research and development information, unpatented invention, know-how, trade secrets, and technical data in the possession of the Company and a Third Party and that which may come into the possession of the Company and the Third Party during the term of the Sublicense Agreement which relates to the ARP processes.
ARP is a patent-pending process designed to recover ammonia from dilute waste streams. The removed and concentrated ammonia can thereafter be converted to nitrogen (N2) or recovered as a salt, such as ammonium sulfate (NH2)2SO4), packaged and sold worldwide as a commercial grade fertilizer. ARP's primary market is municipal wastewater treatment and treating wastewater discharge from concentrated animal farming operations, such as for the dairy, beef, poultry or pork industry.
NitRem/DSR refers to a nitrogen removal process.
NitRem is a hydrothermal process, similar in operation to the STORS technology, that converts the nitrogenous compounds present in most industrial discharge streams, such as nitrate, nitrites, amines and ammonia, into nitrogen gas (N2). Nitrogen gas is a benign compound displacing 80% of the earth's air supply. The NitRem technology has application in such industries as chemical processing, petroleum refining, petro-chemical, pharmaceutical, textile, food processing, pulp and paper manufacturing, as well as various heavy manufacturing industries. The NitRem technology can also be combined with the STORS technology to process and treat municipal sewage sludge.
STORS is a Sludge-To-Oil Reactor System.
STORS is a thermochemical process that can convert any biomass, on site, into a burnable fuel oil similar to No. 4 diesel fuel. Management believes that the conversion of biomass (sludge) produced by municipal wastewater treatment facilities world wide represents the single largest market for the STORS technology.
IPSCIO Record ID: 118939