Enabling selective removal of mercury
Atium’s reusable filter technology enables selective removal of mercury from water, in a more effective and sustainable way than ever before.
reducing emissions and operating costs
our reusable filter for mercury removal
We have developed a new technology for effective and cost-efficient removal of mercury from fluids. The patent-pending technology is based on a reversible electrochemical process with incredible performance. Compared to conventional methods, our product is:
- Effective at removing low concentrations.
- Selective for mercury.
- Sustainable in terms of cost and environment.
Mercury is, according to the WHO, one of the top ten chemicals of major public health concern. As such, effective and cost-efficient mercury removal is of increasing demand. Our technology can be adapted and scaled to several applications.
Industrial Wastewater Treatment
Acid & Chemical Purification
Dental Amalgam Capture
FIGHTING TOXIC POLLUTION WITH MODERN RESEARCH
Based in Sweden, Atium is developing innovative water treatment technologies in an effort to contribute to a world where polluted waters are a thing of the past.
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We are recruiting our new Head of Product!
Atium is looking for a Product & Project Manager to join the team! You will be responsible for product development, transforming product goals and research results into prototypes & products. This will include a lot of hands-on work with building prototypes in...
Vote for Atium for Änglamarkspriset 2022!
Atium is one of 3 finalists for Änglamarkspriset, an award of 250.000 SEK for young entrepreneurs that are developing solutions for a better tomorrow. The winner of the award will in part be decided by the public, so if you haven't already - vote for Atium! Link to...
Björn Wickman lectures on mercury for the Swedish Educational Radio
Björn Wickman, the inventor of the technology behind Atium's products, was invited by the Swedish Educational Radio (UR) to hold a video lecture about the problem with mercury, its impact on the environment and how his research into electrochemistry can be a part of...
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