What would happen if some or all of 600,000,000 gallons of contaminated process water from a closed chemical production plant were to end up in the fragile marine ecosystem in and around Tampa Bay? Nclear Inc. is doing its part to make sure we never find out! Last month CEO Mike Mies presented Nclear’s innovative solution to preventing this potential environmental catastrophe to the Manatee County (FL) Commission at a meeting of the Manatee Port Authority.
In November 2017, Nclear Inc. completed an on-site pilot demonstration showcasing their technology’s feasibility and efficacy in reducing excess nutrient concentrations at a former phosphate chemical processing facility (aka Piney Point) in Palmetto, FL.
This summer, lakes and reservoirs in several states have been eerily quiet as residents and vacationers have been warned not to expose themselves or their pets to water bodies plagued with toxic algae.
Eutrophication has detrimental consequences in water bodies all around the world, and preventing and reversing its effects is central to our mission at Nclear. Our nanocrystal technology is the safest, fastest, and most cost effective way to remove excess nutrients from water.
Each year, March 22nd is dedicated as World Water Day, a time to learn more about the water issues that plague areas all around the world. UN-Water and its partners around the globe aim to inform, engage, and inspire action each World Water Day, and Nclear Inc. is proud to stand among them.
Toxic algae is an environmental concern that is gaining more notoriety in areas all around the globe, and many communities are experiencing firsthand how toxic algae not only pollutes water bodies and endangers aquatic life, but also compromises the safety of municipal drinking water.