We are happy to announce that Helios has won NSVA - Nordvästra Skånes Vatten och Avlopp's procurement for a test facility to evaporate reject water from digesters and create a nutrient-rich fertilizer!
We look forward to starting the project where, together with NSVA, we will explore the potential of our technology to recover the nutrients from the reject water instead of it becoming a residual product that burdens the treatment plant. The test facility will be installed in the test bed at RecoLab in April and the project is planned for 6 months.
We are proud to be on the Swedish climate startup map as one of 108 Swedish startup companies that all have sustainability as the absolute core of their business! 🌍
Go to the link to read more about the initiative and see the entire map of exciting startups!
The map is an initiative of Chalmers Ventures, Dalarna Science Park, Ignite Sweden, LEAD (Business Incubator), SISP – Swedish Incubators & Science Parks and Sting. It is part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, the Agency for Economic Growth, Vinnova and the Energy Agency.
A big compliment for drawing attention to companies that make a sustainable future possible! 💧
This year's winners show impressive potential to accelerate the transition in two sectors of decisive importance for climate work in the world – the process industry and agriculture. With prize money and coaching from Startup 4 Climate, we believe that Helios Innovations and NitroCapt's innovations will be able to make important climate benefits," says Johan Lindehag, jury member and CEO at Ellevio. Read the press release here.
What innovations will we see in the future? Employees and students at Lund University have submitted innovative ideas and projects that have a clear sustainable perspective and the potential to create great societal value. In tough competition, six finalists were selected, who got to present their ideas on stage during Lund University's Innovation Evening. Read the article here.