Funding for electrolytic oxidation technologies

Chrysalix Energy Venture Capital, a cleantech focused group backed by Royal Dutch Shell and Citigroup, recently invested an undisclosed amount of funding into wastewater treatment company Axine Water Technologies. Axine uses an electrolytic cell with a power source to apply electricity to influent w...

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