SuperClean, an EIC Transition project, introduces a pioneering superhydrophobic membrane technology for water and wastewater treatment, developed by the Max Planck Institute and NCSR Demokritos. This patented innovation significantly boosts the efficiency of utilizing alternative water sources like saline or wastewater, addressing global water scarcity.
In line with the principles of sustainability and the circular economy, SuperClean offers industries a way to conserve essential resources such as raw materials, energy, and water.
With its imminent market launch, SuperClean promises to be a game-changer in sustainable water management technologies.