Purafy Scientist Developing a 'Graphene Kidney' to Treat Canadian Waters Contaminated with Harmful Chemicals

Purafy Scientist Developing a ‘Graphene Kidney’ to Treat Canadian Waters Contaminated with Harmful Chemicals

Purafy’s project leader Dr. Arghavan Mirahsani is working with two professors in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Queen’s University, Dr. Louise Meunier and Dr. Ehssan Koupaie, on a recently awarded NSERC Alliance project which will develop a “Graphene Kidney” mechanism that can treat waters contaminated with polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS). What are PFAS? Polyfluoroalkyl substances…

Purafy Announces Commercial Partnership with Australian-Singaporean Water Treatment Innovators De.mem

KINGSTON, ONTARIO, July 20, 2022 – Purafy Clean Technologies (“Purafy” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce a commercial partnership with Australian-Singaporean water and waste water treatment company De.mem Ltd. that will enhance each company’s product offerings and provide exposure to each other’s core geographical markets. In exchange for Purafy’s unique Graphene Oxide (GO) nanoparticles…

Purafy’s Research Consultant Receives Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water

KINGSTON, ONTARIO, July 5, 2022 – Purafy Water Technologies is pleased to announce that its Research Consultant, Anil Kumar Avula, is one of the winners of the Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW), a prestigious international prize supported by the United Nations that recognizes achievements in research in the areas of water…

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The UN Sustainable Goals And Purafy’s Mission

Water is one of the most essential resources for life. It is vital for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and irrigating crops. Yet, water is often taken for granted. Unsustainable water management practices and a lack of access to water and sanitation can lead to water shortages, water pollution, and an increased risk of water-borne diseases. What…

Purafy Clean Technologies Inc. Receives NSF International Certification for its Graphene Oxide-Based Material

The certification confirms that Purafy’s GO-based materials meet the top requirements needed for NSF International’s water treatment solutions KINGSTON, ONTARIO, May 10, 2022 – Purafy Clean Technologies Inc. (Purafy), a leading provider of advanced water treatment technologies, is pleased to announce that it has received certification from NSF International for its proprietary graphene oxide (GO)-based…

Purafy Joins Forces with St. Lawrence College and Queen's University to Develop Greywater Recycling Technology

Purafy Joins Forces with St. Lawrence College and Queen’s University to Develop Greywater Recycling Technology

Purafy Clean Technologies, a Kingston-based company that provides advanced, market-leading solutions to the world’s water challenges, has partnered with St. Lawrence College and Queen’s University to research and develop a patent-pending, Made-in-Canada greywater recycling technology. The greywater system will aim to purify and recycle wastewater from baths, sinks, washing machines, and other kitchen appliances to…

Purafy Joins Forces with R&D Teams at St. Lawrence College and Queen’s University to Develop Greywater Recycling Technology

The three-year, multi-dimensional research and development project is supported by funding from both federal and provincial government channels KINGSTON, ONTARIO, April 20, 2022 – Purafy Clean Technologies (“Purafy”), a company that provides advanced, market-leading solutions to the world’s water challenges, announced today that it is leading a team of like-minded individuals at both St. Lawrence…