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This technology is about apparatus suppressing the spawn and growth of pests. Especially, it prevents the growth and spawn of mosquitoes larvae and pupal. The technology minimizes the surface of the fluid in the catchment by floating the object. All kinds of fluid gather in the catchment basin and allow larvae and pupal of pests to breath which helps the growth of pests at a mature level. By floating the apparatus, it covers the surface of the fluid and does not allow the rotation of air, where ...

Booth B21 - DeltaTech-Korea Ltd
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Soil erosion and land degradation are global problems that pose major issues in many countries. One of the solutions employed for soil erosion is the use of temporary, degradable geosynthetics to prevent loss of soil from the seedbed and to enhance the growth of vegetation where the vegetation alone should provide sufficient site protection once established. Baconet is a geotextile made of banana fiber and coconut coir, and was developed to prevent soil erosion and landslide. Extraction of coco...

Booth B08 - Adamson University
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Globally, there is an increased need for sustainable technologies that reduce waste, turn waste into value-add products, and eliminate environmental impact of polluting industries. In Oil & Gas industries, there is a need for technologies that remove hydrocarbons from the huge amounts of contaminated effluent water and clean up oil spills. In the waste management industry, technologies are developed to minimize waste, all the way down to a zero waste approach, while other technologies focus on c...

Booth D03 - Budding Innovations Pte. Ltd.
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Ceramic membranes are well known in industry to be more robust than polymeric membranes due to their extremely high chemical, thermal and physical stability and their long working life. The drawbacks are their high weight and the considerable production costs of ceramic components. In addition, ceramic membranes are generally only used for microfiltration and ultrafiltration, while polymeric membranes monopolize the membrane market for reverse osmosis, etc. To the best of our knowledge, there ar...

Booth C11 - NUS ILO
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This technology features a water purification system using photocatalytic and UV technology. During disasters and emergencies, it is critical to have immediate clean water production. There are existing water filtration systems such as cycle or stepper-driven ones, but they are bulky and involve waiting time. The technology featured is capable of producing purified water up to 500 litres/hr from a system in the size of a suitcase. Additionally, it is electrically powered by a car battery with t...

Booth A06 - Liquinex Group Pte Ltd
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Controlled Release Technology is a technique for encapsulating active ingredients and, upon meeting certain environmental stimuli, releasing them into the environment. Additionally, this is done at pre-designed intervals and time periods and without the use of machinery or equipment. The entire process relies entirely on principles of materials science. While this technology is widespread in the pharmaceutical arena, Hydroemission has adapted it to meet unique requirements in the environmental ...

Booth A02 - Hydroemission Corporation Pte Ltd
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This technology presents a microfabrication process to produce nickel thin film which contains fine through-hole features. This process is cost-effective as it uses technologies and materials which are commonly used in semiconductor industries. Nickel thin film has advantages over products made by other commonly used materials, such as silicon or polymers, in aspects of mechanical strength, durability and reproducibility of experimental results.

Booth B27 - Temasek Polytechnic
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Reverse osmosis (RO) membranes are used in the field of desalination technology. Nowadays, more than 16  million m3/d of water is treated by this means. RO membranes can be classified by the type of membrane material as cellulose acetate,  thin-film composite, and ceramic membranes. Thin-film composites (TFC) are the most widely used membranes in the global market. Recent developments focus on additives for the active layer of TFC desalination membranes, which change the chemistry and structure...

Booth C20 - SABANCI UNIVERSITY
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Galvanizing industries, electroplating industries, semiconductor industries, metal processing industries, mining industries, chemical industries, pharmaceutical industries, oil & gas industries and many other industries generate high saline wastewater. The recycling rate in these industries are less than 20%. Conventional treatment ...

Booth B01 - Memsift Innovations Pte Ltd
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The quality, robustness and usability of the developed air purification The air purifier is designed for air purification with superior cleaning capacity up to 500 m3 of ultrapure air in an hour - removing airborne impurities of all sizes, down to nanometer size. It is the right choice for places where air needs to be decontaminated from microbes, nanosized particles and gases efficiently: hospital isolation rooms, protective patient rooms, laboratories and other critical areas. The technology ...

Booth C07 - Embassy of Finland in Singapore
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