Cerahelix opens new manufacturing facility at the Bangor Innovation Center to support its growth! Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday December 7, 2018 at 2 pm.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 30, 2018 Contact: Cerahelix, Inc info@cerahelix.com www.cerahelix.com   Cerahelix opens new manufacturing facility at the Bangor Innovation Center to support its growth! Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Friday December 7, 2018 at 2 pm. Founded in 2011, Cerahelix has combined DNA biotechnology and ceramic chemistry to create a new class of ceramic filters. Our ceramic picofilters quickly and efficiently transform wastewater to re-use quality water. Cost savings include less down time, decreased energy consumption, and higher water…

Cerahelix to present at BlueTech Forum 2018, June 6-7 in Vancouver

Cerahelix, a Maine startup company commercializing an energy efficient water reuse technology has been selected to participate in BlueTech Forum’s Innovation Showcase 2018. The BlueTech Forum brings together the innovative water technology companies, entrepreneurs, investors, and executives from around the globe to network and hear cutting-edge presentations on market trends and insights. “To present at this year’s forum with the motto – Managing Water Risk in the Circular Economy – couldn’t have come at a better time for Cerahelix,” explains…

Cerahelix selected for Pipeline H2O an award-winning water technology commercialization program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 31, 2018 Contact: Cerahelix, Inc info@cerahelix.com www.cerahelix.com       Cerahelix, a Maine startup company commercializing an energy efficient water reuse technology, is pleased to announce, that it has been selected to participate in Ohio based Pipeline H2O’s commercialization program. Cerahelix was chosen from a pool of 80 leading water based startups from around the globe. The program runs from February through May 2018, leveraging the country’s premier public-private water innovation region to provide customers, mentors,…

Astronaut’s Water – Making Reclaimed Water More Palatable

Transporting anything into space is extremely expensive, including water.That leaves astronauts drinking a filtered mixture that includes recycled shower water, old astronaut sweat, and urine. So why can’t we do what astronauts can and overcome the stigma of “toilet to tap water”? The phrase “toilet to tap” has become synonymous with the public’s aversion to water reclaimed from domestic sewage. Humans have a deeply ingrained disgust to anything that they associate with human waste even if there is overwhelming evidence that…

Ramping up Pilot Testing at Cerahelix

    Hello readers! My name is Tracy Bantegui and I am the newest addition to the Cerahelix staff, bringing my dual degrees in chemistry and biology to my role as Applications Scientist. One of my first tasks as the Applications Scientist has involved working closely with the VP of Applications Engineering, Jim Banks, to develop a highly robust cross flow filtration pilot unit featuring our PFM technology. Jim brings more than 30 years’ experience in process engineering to designing the pilot…

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