Sorbester - Chemisorbing Toxic Metal Contaminants from Wastewater Streams

Interview with Anthony Lammers, CEO, MAR Systems



00:05:02 - Uploaded by Essinova on May 31, 2012

Sorbester Media, a new absorptive material developed by MAR Systems, an Ohio-based water technology company, removes hazardous metal contaminants such as mercury, selenium, and arsenic from wastewaters flowing out of refineries, chemical plants, coal mines, engine manufacturers and other industrial processes, down to single digit parts per trillion level.

During Cleantech Forum in San Francisco in March 2012, MAR Systems' President and CEO Anthony Lammers explained to us the advantages and implementation process of this material-based solution.

Tags: water, wastewater treatment, Cleantech Forum, MAR System, Sorbester


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