Chemistry is the core of the chemical and pharmaceutical industries. These industries produce life-changing and life-saving products. To become these products, complex side streams are generated during the processes. These streams, containing a mixture of toxic organics, metals and APIs, are not just easy to process. Unfortunately, linear destruction is a common way of processing, for example transport for incineration is considered the best available technology at this time. And that’s where Inopsys will make a difference.
The fact is that all these flows could be recycled. Imagine; we are facing a global water scarcity, and yet streams are integral burned and wasted, in a polluting way besides. All this, while both the water and the contained valuable elements can be recovered. So, our commitment is to ensure that side streams no longer get regarded as waste, but as a product that deserves new life.
Productions where the active component, the essence of the product, is created. Possible challenges:
Productions where the active compound gets mixed with other components to become the final product. Possible challenges:
What happens after the biological treatment is a recently known problem, for both industrial and municipal waters. Our R&D department has a team working on research of micropollutants such as PFAS and EDC’s.
Our solutions are based on an in-depth analysis of your specific case. Our chemists will start to obtain an applicable technology, which usually is an innovative hybrid system, a combination of different technologies. As a result of this research, we first provide a proof of concept.
Afterwards you’ll meet our team of engineering. They will eventually ensure that the mobile unit gets built, operated, and maintained on-site. We work this all out in co-operation with the relevant people in your organization.
Thanks to our modular and mobile solution we’re able to provide our product by a CAPEX free business model, which means only pay per use of the installation. In summary: we design, build, finance, operate, and maintain the process.