From: Trading Markets

September 14, 2010 Biorem, Inc., a firm that designs and supplies high-efficiency biological-based air emissions control systems, said it has been awarded $1.2 million from the Innovation Demonstration Fund of the Ontario Ministry of Research and Innovation in Canada to support the development of its VOC (volatile organic compound) treatment technology.


The company also said it is installing a prototype VOC treatment system at Polycon Industries (a Magna International division) in Guelph, Ontario. The 5,000 cfm system is scheduled to be operational by fall 2010 and is designed for 95% VOC removal efficiency using biological process developed by Biorem.

The funding is also aimed at further developing high performance biological systems for low concentration VOC streams, which are present in composting and sewage treatment plants.

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