Algaeventure Systems (AVS) has developed proprietary solid liquid separation technologies for recovery of valuable solids from water. AVS` Solid-Liquid Separation (SLS) technology received a merit based award from the U.S. Department of Energy`s ARPA-E as a `potentially transformative innovation`. AVS` SLS technology has demonstrated practical application across a wide range of industrial applications including: chemical, food, biosolids, and industrial & waste water separations.
Algaeventure Systems (AVS) develops and commercializes low-energy solid liquid separation technologies for recovery of valuable solids and remediation of water. Additionally, AVS has created proprietary, disruptive technologies that dramatically reduce costs for obtaining algal biomass for high-value products. With a focus on algal production, concentration and separation, AVS is deploying a suite of products and technologies that are helping to establish algae as a viable source of energy and advanced materials.
AVS’ flagship Solid-Liquid Separation (SLS) technology received a merit based award from the U.S. Department of Energy’s ARPA-E as a “potentially transformative innovation” for its ability to reduce the cost of dewatering by over 90%. AVS’ SLS technology has demonstrated success across a wide range of industrial applications including: chemical, food, biosolids, and industrial & waste water separations. AVS technologies are positioned to not only transform the emerging algal industry, but also to disrupt a wide range of existing industries through improved, low-energy performance.
Algaeventure Systems' (AVS) harvests aquatic algal consortia in collaboration with partnering organizations including the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
Our technologies allow us to conduct exploratory stage harvest operations for evaluation of aquatic biomass consortia.
The importance of the Algaeventure and NOAA collaboration and what it means for our water resources, emerging toxins
As increased Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) increase in frequency and severity, Algaeventure Systems and NOAA are working together to access algal biomass consortia to understand the problem of HABs and access the real culprits, related micro-organism consortia and emerging toxins.