On Saturday 7th December we were delighted to be part of a select group of innovative companies announced as awardees of this years Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund (DTIF).
We will be collaborating with NVP Energy & NUI Galway to deliver a first-of-its-kind energy efficient and carbon neutral waste water treatment process on a Dairy processing facility. The project will deliver a unique integration of our Biowave™ microwave treatment technology and NVP Energy's low temperature anaerobic digestion technology.
This project funding (€1.8m) is a further endorsement of the significant potential of Biowave™ in the treatment of organic wastes for enhanced biogas and biofertiliser production from anaerobic digestion.
DTIF is a major Irish Government innovation funding program, supporting the development and deployment of disruptive innovative technologies on a commercial basis. One of the first funds of its type in the world and is aimed at tackling national and global challenges to secure the jobs of the future.
Official Government Announcement: https://dbei.gov.ie/en/News-And-Events/Department-News/2019/December/07122019.html
Pictured above at the DTIF Announcement (From left to right): Joe Shinkwin & Michael Murray, NVP Energy; Julie Sinnamon, Enterprise Ireland; Ken McGrath, Ashleigh Environmental; Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys TD