PRESS RELEASE: The HTX technology, developed in Australia, treats highly complex wastewater streams. The wastewater treatment process can minimise the use of harmful chemicals and inefficient membrane technology and provide improved wastewater management and economic outcomes.
David Cam, the CEO of HTH, said: "Our HTX-branded electrochemical wastewater treatment processes provide better wastewater treatment outcomes and economics than are otherwise available today."
The HTX wastewater treatment technology is provided on a ‘water as a service' basis, which requires no capital outlay, but rather an off-balance sheet wastewater treatment outsourced model for its customers, where HTH owns and operates the equipment.
HTH's current focus is landfill leachate, including the removal of harmful PFOA's and PFOC's, hard and soft rock mining and several industrial applications.
It has established a global strategic alliance and distribution network for the delivery of the ‘water as a service' model to its customers worldwide.
HTH's solutions turn contaminated industrial wastewater into water that meets US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) standards or client-specified water quality targets for reuse or safe release into the environment.