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Using low cost nanotechnology, CCT has developed passive water purification technology that can purify a contaminated river into certifiable clean drinking water affordable to the majority of the ...

Using low cost nanotechnology, CCT has developed passive water purification technology that can purify a contaminated river into certifiable clean drinking water affordable to the majority of the world's population.

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  • Presentations: 5,8, 12 Key Points: New technology coming from University of Oregon and the University of New Mexico Leveraging several advances in nano-technology applied to the problem of providing clean water, cheaply

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  • CLEAN WATER FOR ALL Crystal Clear Technologies, Inc. New nano-coating technology. A breakthrough in low cost clean water. Contact: Lisa M. Farmen, PE Tel: 503-544-2330 Email: [email_address] Contact: James M. Harris, Ph.D. Tel: 650-575-2651 Email: [email_address] Crystal Clear Technologies Crystal Clear Technologies
  • CCT Company Overview
    • NSF SBIR P1 & P2 Grant - 2005 & 2006
    • California Clean Tech Open Winner
    • -WATER
    • ONAMI GAP Funding Winner
    • Lab-2-Market Winner
    • CRADA with U of O & NRL
    Crystal Clear Technologies
  • CCT Technology Roadmap
    • Vision : low cost purification for drinking water one person/one year/$1
    • Technology : Nano Technology/ Clean Technology
    • Capabilities : - Effective for all classes of contaminants - Passive technology
    • First step :
    • Inorganics - Ligand nano-coating technology for low cost metal adsorption & recycling.
    Crystal Clear Technologies
  • The Problem
    • Strained resources
    • Anxious consumers
    • Increasing regulation
    Supply Demand Waste Return
  • Water Treatment Overview Public Water System Contaminant: Lead (Pb) Contaminants: Metals – Arsenic, Mercury, Lead, Uranium, Selenium, Organics, MTBE, Perchlorate CCT Metal Removal CCT Contaminant Removal Solutions Outdoor CCT Purifier
  • Introducing NMX TM Filter Media Technology Features and Benefits ● Removal & recycle of heavy metals to meet drinking water standards ● High adsorbent capacity ● In-place regeneration capability up to 7 times to dramatically enhance capacity and reduce cost. ● Ability to “functionalize” other substrates to enable metal removal. ● Recover & recycle or non-hazardous disposal as solid waste. Applications ● Home Point of Use or Point of Entry ● Distributed Purification Systems ● Industrial - recycle process water ● Municipal water treatment ● Media specific applications Capacity: ≥ 8 times conventional media.
  • Crystal Clear NMX TM Technology
    • Low cost substrate
    • NMX TM nano-coating (patent pending)
    • Remove targeted contaminants
    • Regeneration capability
    • No waste stream
    Se Pb As Hg Cu U Pb As Se Hg Cu As Cu Water Flow Regeneration Flow H H O H H O H H O H H O Crystal Clear Technologies
  • Crystal Clear’s NMX TM Technology
    • Low cost substrate
    • NMX TM nano-coating (patent pending)
    • Remove targeted contaminants
    • Regeneration capability
    • No waste stream
    Result Low cost, high capacity, application specific filter media Low Cost Substrate Se Pb As Hg Cu U Pb As Se Hg Cu As Cu
  • Crystal Clear Technologies
  • Capacity Comparisons Today
  • Capacity Comparisons Today
  • The Water Treatment Opportunity Source: Goldman Sachs, The Freedonia Group
    • Market Growth > $2B/Year
    • Market Drivers
      • Developing world
      • Scarcity of clean water
      • Cost of clean water
      • Regulation
    Filtration Chemical Technology 2005 Global Water Treatment and Distribution: $365B Treatment Products: $32B Industrial Municipal Residential/Commercial Markets Crystal Clear Technologies
  • Treatment Product Solutions Inorganic Chemicals
    • Antimony
    • Arsenic
    • Asbestos
    • Barium
    • Beryllium
    • Cadmium
    • Chromium
    • Copper
    • Cyanide
    • Fluoride
    • Lead
    • Mercury
    • Nitrate
    • Selenium
    • Thallium
    Cost Source: “Water Sector Primer”, Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research, June 15, 2005, p.36, CCT estimates
    • Reaction time
    • Process control requirement
    $0.80 Flocculation
    • Energy intensive
    • Water waste
    $0.58 Reverse Osmosis
    • Conventional Adsorbents
    • Targeted Contaminants
    $0.15 - $0.75 $0.03 - $0.15 Adsorbents
    • Hazardous waste
    • Capacity
    $1.03 Ion Exchange
    • Removes healthy components
    • Energy intensive
    $2.30 Distillation Issues Cost ($/1,000 gallons) Method Crystal Clear Technologies
  • CCT Technology Differentiation
    • Clean Technology
    • High capacity capability
    • Selective for a class of contaminants
    • Passes TCLP test
    • Regenerable (in-situ recharge)
    • No waste stream generated
    • Reclamation of the metal
  • Core Intellectual Property
    • Regeneration of conventional adsorbents using proprietary bi-functional ligands.
    • Mono- & bi-functional ligands for inorganic [now], organic [next] & pharmaceutical [next+] removal.
    • Water purification utilizing filtration with bi-functional ligands in combination with UV assisted pathogen deactivation.
    • Proprietary processes for mono-ligand preparation and application to enhance the performance of conventional adsorbents.
  • Product Strategy
    • Proprietary Ligands
    • Media Recharge
    • Metal Removal &
    • Recovery
    • Distributed Purification™
    • Designer Substrates
    • Targeted Ligands
    Chemistry Purification Systems Services Development Timeline Conventional Media High Performance Adsorption Low Cost Substrate Se Pb As Hg Cu U Pb As Se Hg Cu As Cu
  • IWPS In-Line Filters Active Water Purification Efforts CCT & Cascade Design Develop an in-line filter with increased chemical and NBC-agent removal capability for integration in the Marine Corps (ILBE) and Army (MOLLE) hydration systems. Objective MIOX, Crystal Clear Technologies Partners Army PEO Soldier/MARCORSYSCOM Funding Agency Phase III SBIR Subcontract Type IWPS Block #2 Filter Project
  • CCT & Cascade Design Purifier for a Squad Develop a prototype squad-level water purification device utilizing micro-filtration, adsorption, and UV technologies. Objective Crystal Clear Technologies Prime National Science Foundation Funding Agency Phase II SBIR Subcontract Type Distributed Operations Purifier System Project
  • NMX TM Gets the Lead Out 1 Pound of Lead - recoverable Water for about 80 homes for 1 year Water for about 80 homes for 1 year 12 MG of Simply Clear Water TM 12 Million Gallons (MG) @ 10 ppb Lead Crystal Clear Technologies 50 pounds NMX TM Media
  • Go to Market Opportunities Value Chain Technology System Suppliers Crystal Clear Technologies NMX TM Media Personal Home/Village Industrial Media Suppliers System Integrators Channel/Operators Municipal
  • Status
    • Global Filter Mfg. - in discussions
    • Clorox/Brita - joint testing underway
    • Cascade Designs, Inc. Metal Removal field trials - testing 2Q’07
    • Transportable purifier for military- designing
    • China Global Water Affairs - preliminary discussions
    • Dow Chemical - meeting at R&D center -March
    • Naval Research Laboratory - designing new substrate
    • PATH - sharing product & market data
    • Sandia National Labs - will test dual filter
    • Siemens Water Technologies - meeting at R&D center -March
  • The Crystal Clear Opportunity
    • Protected intellectual property
    • Unique, proprietary technology
    • Experienced team
    • Strong global market need
    • Right time. Right approach. Right team.
  • Company Overview Additional slides New nano-coating technology. A breakthrough in clean water. www.simplyclearwater.com Crystal Clear Technologies
  • Everyone should care about lead Source: “Low Level Environmental Lead Exposure and Children’s Intellectual Function”; Environmental Health Perspectives, 113, #7, July 2005. The Impact of Lead on our children
  • Why Arsenic?
    • Two Motivations:
    • Lack of specific chelators optimized for As(III) coordination geometry
    • Lack of supramolecular main-group chemistry
    • Widespread sources
      • Found in association with Cu, Pb, Au Ore mining and refining; semiconductors
      • Pesticides, agents of war, pharmaceuticals, CCA-treated lumber, minerals
    • Health Effects
      • 1-5 mg/day weeks-months—peripheral neuropathy, anemia
        • >400ppb 3-7 years—hyperpigmentation, hyperkeratosis, leading to lesions and cancer
        • >10ppb 30-40 years—skin cancer
    Lane County
  • Arsenic in Drinking Water
    • EPA imposed a new drinking water standard on Jan. 1, 2006, from 50 ppb to 10 ppb As .
    Most arsenic contamination of drinking water is natural, due to local geology and mining.
  • “ Nanocoated Materials” for Metal Removal
    • TiO 2 granules (Metsorb ® ) are marketed for use in heavy metal adsorption.
    • Addition of a bifunctional ligand layer to metal-coated TiO 2 exposes a fresh metal binding surface which increases the capacity of the material for toxic metal adsorption.