London, United Kingdom, June 20, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- HPNow ApS, a Copenhagen-based developer of distributed and sustainable water purification and bio-decontamination solutions, was awarded 3rd prize under the food and water category at the Emerging Technologies Competition taking place this week in London. Now in its 4th year, the event is organized by the Royal Society of Chemistry, and is aimed at the acceleration of the most impactful innovations in healthcare, energy, sustainability and materials. The competition is Europe-wide, and is backed by multinational partner companies such as AkzoNobel, Aramco, Croda, and Johnson Matthey. The top 3 companies in each category receive cash prizes, as well as access to and support by select multinational partner companies.
HPNow enables on-site, distributed and cost-effective generation of hydrogen peroxide using only water, air and electricity as feedstock. The company’s consumable-free solutions are aimed at displacing toxic-chemical based disinfectants in a wide range of application areas including agriculture and livestock farms, as well as in advanced water treatment.