Axine Water Technologies closes $5.6 million Series A funding

Axine Water Technologies has raised $5.6 million in series A funding. The company, which uses electrolytic technology to treat highly contaminated wastewater (see the September 12, 2012 LRWJ), raised money in an earlier round from Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital and BDC Venture Capital, which re...

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