Just an impression of our weekly meetings and some random samples we are working on. Stephen J. Picken, Justin Kok, Jure Zlopasa, Mark C.M. van Loosdrecht Various samples.
There was an article about us ins the Chemisch Weekblad (C2W), 16th March 2017, see here, apologies that it is in Dutch only.
The Slimy Green Stuff curing compound Delft Green has been used the Reinier de Graaf Gasthuis hospital in Delft for their new parking garage. The coating was applied by company NGCM (Henkjan Gilbers). This featured in various local newspapers and in the
The concrete curing compound Delft Green developed by Slimy Green Stuff is now available on the market. See the website of NGCM. Picture and video of the application of the curing compound: video
Vice recently visited the Environmental Biotechnology group for the documentary ‘Microbros’ (from 12:50 onwards). Our work on alginate was also discussed in this documentary. Microbros: Bacteriën, een toekomst zonder afval Door ALEJANDRO TAUBER 15 November 2016 // 11:17 AM CET
Water Authority Rijn en IJssel has announced the commissioning of the world’s first (industrial) NEO (Nereda® Extracted Organic) alginate factory in Zutphen. More information see here.
Rijn en IJssel Water Authority is investing 11 million euros in the construction of a factory to extract a new, alginate-like polymer from wastewater. See article in TNW news (TU Delft Applied Sciences) here.
See here for the recent Delft Process Technology Institute newsletter mentioning us on page 3 (…)
Lecture by Stephen Picken at Delft Process Technology annual meeting, 21-6-’16 museum Boymans van Beuningen, Rotterdam See this shared dropbox (zipped) folder, apologies for the large amount of data. Depending on your system the embedded acetone extraction video may work
Shortly we will be starting full scale tests on the use of our novel concrete curing compound