Axine signs with a global pharmaceutical company a multimillion-dollar wastewater service agreement

prnewswire | December 09, 2020

Axine signs with a global pharmaceutical company a multimillion-dollar wastewater service agreement
On location mechanical wastewater treatment supplier, Axine Water Technologies, has marked another multi-year, multimillion-dollar wastewater treatment administration concurrence with a worldwide drug organization subsequent to demonstrating prevalent adequacy and cost-viability for treating and decimating an antimicrobial Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API) in their assembling wastewater.

Under terms of the understanding, Axine will configuration, fabricate, own, and distantly work a turnkey treatment framework at an eastern U.S. drug fabricating plant to accomplish a Predicted No-Effect Concentration (PNEC) standard estimated in parts per billion (ppb) levels in the getting waterway. A PNEC is an industry-standard centralization of a drug, underneath which no unfriendly impacts on the getting biological system are required to happen.

"This agreement is a significant milestone for Axine as we work to expand acceptance in the pharmaceutical industry," said Jonathan Rhone, CEO, Axine. "Global pharmaceutical companies are seeking solutions to ensure that antibiotics, antiparasitics, hormones, and other APIs in wastewater discharged from manufacturing plants do not create risks to the environment or human health. We are very pleased to be selected for this project."

As of late, the drug business has gained ground in diminishing APIs in wastewater released to the climate from assembling tasks. While APIs are not at present directed, arrangement activities are in progress in Europe, India, and different locales remembering ecological standards for drug acquirement and store network the executives. Simultaneously, associations like the AMR Industry Alliance are effectively growing new assembling gushing guidelines for anti-microbial APIs.

Axine has made another norm for treating essentially any perplexing or testing natural toxin in drug wastewater by consolidating advancement innovation with a measured framework and administration plan of action. Frameworks depend on Axine's exclusive electrochemical oxidation innovation, which uses progressed impetuses and power to oxidize and devastate a wide scope of natural poisons so the treated water can be securely released or reused.

Adds Rhone, "Our business model creates long-term partnerships with our customers while minimizing their capital investment and risk. By treating wastewater at the source and reusing the treated water where possible, we're also helping customers reduce both water consumption and environmental impacts in a cost-competitive manner."

The administration arrangement was endorsed after the fulfillment of a complete treatability test program led at Axine's Product Development Center in Vancouver, Canada. The Axine framework will be planned and worked at Axine's close by get together office and delivered to the client site in 2021 for establishment and charging. When introduced, the framework will be completely mechanized and distantly worked and observed through information spilled to Axine's Vancouver-based Network Operations Center.

About Axine Water Technologies

Axine has created a new standard for treating toxic organic pollutants in wastewater for customers in the pharmaceutical, chemical, and other industries to address a global problem. Axine's breakthrough solution combines advanced electrochemical oxidation technology with a flexible, modular system design capable of treating the widest range of organic pollutants with the highest performance and lowest cost. Axine's unique wastewater-as-a-service business model enables customers to achieve wastewater and sustainability goals with minimal capital investment and technology risk.

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