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Albuquerque firm acquires LANL water patent technology rights

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Lab > ‘Organiclear’ cleans organic hydrocarbons from various operations

By The Staff

IX Power Clean Water, a company based in Albuquerque, has acquired the patent rights to OrganiClear from Los Alamos National Laboratory and begun commercialization of the technology to filter and destroy organic hydrocarbons in “produced water” without creating an additional waste stream.
IX Power Clean Water’s “OrganiClear” cleans organic hydrocarbons – BTEX – from produced water from oil and gas, mining operations, and industrial processes.
Produced water is a term to describe water extracted from the earth along with oil and gas. The water produced may include water from the fossil fuel reservoir, water injected into the formation (including the high pressure water used to fracture the rock formation—“fracking”), and chemicals added during production and well treatment processes.
The OrganiClear machine cleans water to the point that it can be safely used for agriculture and livestock and, with additional processes, can also be used for community water systems.


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