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BiAqua featured in Water Desalination Report - 20 August '14
BiAqua’s phosphate adsorbents to prevent biofouling are featured in Water Desalination Report’s Volume 50, Issue 31. The article highlights BiAqua’s Phosphate Removal Technology (PRT™) for reducing bacterial growth in RO membranes and illustrates the results of field trials as well as the benefits of biofouling prevention for membrane end users.

More information is available here.

BiAqua appoints OrangeBoat as technology ambassador - 13 August '14
OrangeBoat is appointed by BiAqua to identify potential pilot sites and in order to accelerate acceptance of BiAqua's Phosphate Removal Technology (PRT™)

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua’s founding father awarded the 2014 NWO Spinoza prize - 13 June '14
BiAqua, a TU Delft spinout backed by the leading cleantech specialist investor Icos Capital, congratulates Prof. Mark van Loosdrecht for receiving the 2014 NWO Spinoza prize.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua’s first pilot-test results gain recognition at the EDS conference Cyprus - 23 May '14
BiAqua, anti-bioufouling solution provider, jointly presented the exceptional results of BiAqua’s first pilot-test at the EDS conference on May 13th. The results of the pilot test validated the ability of BiAqua’s technology to prevent biofouling control in membrane systems.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua’s technology preventing biofouling in pilot at WLN - 6 Nov '13
WLN, the Center for water quality and water technology of Water Supply Company Groningen (WBGR) and Water supply Company Drenthe (WMD), and BiAqua, an innovative start-up company designing biotechnology based solutions for water treatment, announced today the start of field tests to jointly validate BiAqua’s technology for biofouling control in reverse osmosis plants.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua’s solution against biofouling and phosphate contamination will be launched at Aquatech 2013 - 29 Oct '13
BiAqua, a TU Delft spinout backed by the leading cleantech specialist investor Icos Capital, is ready to launch its bio-based adsorbents to achieve ultra-low phosphate levels in water. BiAqua’s technology, developed to prevent biofouling in reverse osmosis (RO) membranes and to address phosphate contamination in water bodies, will be launched during Aquatech Amsterdam 2013 on November, 6th.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua technology proves able to guarantee 10x delay in biofouling appearance when applied to RO membranes pretreatment - 29 Oct '13
BiAqua, a TU Delft spinout backed by the leading cleantech specialist investor Icos Capital, breaks the previous performance record of its technology and announces 50 days continuous operation of a reverse osmosis membrane without biofouling. The membrane lifetime in current laboratory tests has been thus extended by 10 times.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua will be present at Aquatech 2013 - 14 Oct '13
BiAqua, a TU Delft spinout backed by the leading cleantech specialist investor Icos Capital, has announced its participation to Aquatech Amsterdam 2013 to present its bio-based technology to address biofouling in reverse osmosis membrane and phosphate contamination issues.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua and Eucodis jointly produce ferritin on pilot scale - 30 Sep '13
With help of Eucodis Bioscience from Austria, BiAqua marks the next milestone in the development of anti-biofouling products based on BiAqua's proprietary enzyme-based adsorption solutions.

More information is available in the press release.

BiAqua partners with WLN - 6 Sep '13
Today WLN and BiAqua announce in a press release that they reached agreement to jointly test and further develop BiAqua's phosphate removal technology.

BiAqua in Artemis Project Top 50 Water Tech Listing - 13 Sep '12
BiAqua is proud to announce that it has made in onto this year's Artemis list of the top 50 of most promising water technology companies. The press release can be found here.

BiAqua at the SIWW 2012 - 1 July '12
BiAqua will be present at the Singapore International Water Week running from 1-5 July with a booth in the Dutch Water Pavillion.

BiAqua presents at DSM webinar - 7 May '12
The Webinar will be held on 16 May 2012 and will start at 14:15 GMT+1. Monica Paravidino, BiAqua's research manager will address our experiences on how, through the use of DSM's platform technologies BiAqua minimises cost of goods and scale-up from laboratory to large scale (>35m3) in one single step.

BiAqua coinventor wins Lee Kuan Yew water prize - 29 March '12
Professor Mark van Loosdrecht of the Environmental Biotechnology group of the Technical University of Delft will receive the prestigious Lee Kuan Yew Water prize at the special award ceremony during the Singapore International Water Week. Professor van Loosdrecht is especially recognized for his groundbreaking work on biological water treatment processes, e.g. the Annamox and Nereda process. Previous winners of the prize include the founder of Zenon, Andrew Benedek and Professor Gatze Lettinga, the pioneer of anaerobic water treatment.

Together with Professor Fred Hagen, of the enzymology department, Professor van Loosdrecht developed the bio-adsorbent that is the core of BiAqua’s phosphate removal technology. BiAqua collaborates closely with the inspiring staff and laboratories of both professors, while the technology is further developed into a commercial process. Both professors van Loosdrecht and Hagen serve on BiAqua’s advisory board.

BiAqua congratulates professor van Loosdrecht with this impressive achievement and looks forward to years of fruitful collaboration.

BiAqua realises >99.95% removal of phosphate - 15 March '11
In cooperation with the reactor institute of the TU Delft BiAqua validated its phosphate removal system. Highly senstive measurements showed an unprecedente removal of more than 99.95% of phosphate from water. The results show the unique performance of the technology.

Icos Capital invests in TU Delft water spin-off - 31 Aug '09
Icos Capital has agreed to invest in Delft University of Technology's spin-off BiAqua. BiAqua has developed a bio-based solution to worldwide water contamination issues that is both highly effective and widely applicable. The solution targets major water companies as well
as consumers worldwide. This is Icos Capital's second collaboration within a year with the Delft University of Technology – which is fast becoming a significant force in the sustainable technology arena.

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NEWS

2 20-08-2014 BiAqua featured in Water Desalination Report.

2 13-08-2014 BiAqua appoints OrangeBoat as technology ambassador.

2 13-06-2014 BiAqua’s founding father awarded the 2014 NWO Spinoza prize

2 23-05-2014 BiAqua’s first pilot-test results gain recognition at the EDS conference Cyprus

2 6-11-2013 BiAqua’s technology preventing biofouling in pilot at WLN

2 29-10-2013 BiAqua’s solution against biofouling and phosphate contamination will be launched at Aquatech 2013

2 29-10-2013 BiAqua technology proves able to guarantee 10x delay in biofouling appearance when applied to RO membranes pretreatment

2 14-10-2013 BiAqua will be present at Aquatech 2013

2 30-9-2013 BiAqua and Eucodis bioscience scale up enzyme production

2 6-9-2013 BiAqua and WLN form partnership to develop PRT technology

2 13-9-2012 BiAqua in Artemis top 50!

2 1-7-2012 Visit BiAqua at the SIWW'2012

2 7-05-12 BiAqua presents at DSM Webinar on outsourcing development for industry ingredients

2 29-03-12 BiAqua founding father wins Lee Kuan Yew Water prize

2 15-03-11 Biaqua Ferritin validated for its adsorption capacity to remove > 99.95% of 32P (i.e. < 1 ppb)

2 31-08-09 Icos Capital invests in TU Delft water spin-off

5 31-08-09 Icos Capital investeert in watervinding TU Delft