PHOTOCATALYSTS for WATER REMEDIATION (nanocatalysts) ...
•IP validation •New product •Building a brand ...
Face-to-face meetings since last presentationCompany Contact Person Lessons LearnedDow Chemica...
Testing the Hypotheses•Customer seems to be the environmental engineer at theremediation company that chooses which techno...
Market Size Estimates• Total available market for water and wastewatertreatment (across 40 countries) In 2011 was at $...
Nano CleaningTechnologies NCT PerenaGouma, PI Jusang Lee, Lead Clive Clayton, Mentor
Nanocatalysts Lecture 4 Channels
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Nanocatalysts Lecture 4 Channels

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. PHOTOCATALYSTS for WATER REMEDIATION (nanocatalysts) PI: PerenaGouma Assoc. Professor Lead: Jusang Graduate Student Lee Mentor: Clive Director of Industry- Clayton University Center (SPIR) and Professor• Aim to commercialize our visible light activated nanocatalysts(Nanogrids™ © )• Invented breakthrough nanotechnology offers inexpensive,extremely fast and efficient hydrocarbon decomposition• Uses in oil decomposition and environmental remediation (c) copyright 2011
  • 2. •IP validation •New product •Building a brand •Green •Pilot studies•Industrial nano- • Decomposes oil •Expanding their •Remediation of •Marketingmanufacturing •No energy cost services Petroleum-based •Distributionproviders to use •Continuous/long oil polluted water •Fast remediation term•Suppliers of •Recoverableprecursor •Customizationmaterial •Risk reduction •IP protection •Convenience/us • R&D capability ability •Brand •Expertise •Partner/other distribution channels •Sale of nanogrids™ © per square foot •Marketing • First to market; premium revenues •R&D costs •Licensing other IP (c) copyright 2011
  • 3. Face-to-face meetings since last presentationCompany Contact Person Lessons LearnedDow Chemical Ventures Steve Hahn To focus on water cleaning systems; efficiency of catalyst is the key featureOceanside Water Pollution AlexandreMiot To focus on petroleum-based contamination;Control Plant, SF, CA) skimmingEastern Environmental Deb Engelhardt, Current practices: spill tech pads; Regen OxSolutions, Inc (LI, NY) Louis Bascelli, (oxidizer) Joseph NapoliMiller Environmental (LI, NY) Dave Reardon Got suggestions for pilot studies; projects cost vary a lotDEC (region 1, NY) Karen Gomez State environmental regulations; contractorsEco-Test Babylon (LI, NY) Thomas Powell Water quality testing procedures and EPA standardsGES Edward Savarese Current practice: pump and treat; geologists org. contactDavid Tonjes DT&S-SBU; Customer is theEnv. Engineer consultantWRS environmental; Environtrac Front desk TheirR&D activities from brochures;(LI, NY) personnel scheduled follow-up meetings
  • 4. Testing the Hypotheses•Customer seems to be the environmental engineer at theremediation company that chooses which technology to use• Decisions are made based on resources available, who ispaying for decontamination,are there health-related effects, etc• Generally, industry is excited about innovativeproducts/solutions• Problems are diverse; commonpollutants, gasoline, fuels, chlorine for surface andgroundwater• Current spending on a single project varies from a fewthousands to many millions of dollars (e.g. pondreclamation vs industrial ground remediation)
  • 5. Market Size Estimates• Total available market for water and wastewatertreatment (across 40 countries) In 2011 was at $57b In 2016 is projected to reach $93b• Served Available Market is the treatment chemicalsmarket that is $18b• Target Market – oil pollution remediation(petroleum oils) about $8bhttp://bccresearch.blogspot.com/2011/05/global-markets-for-wastewater-treatment.html
  • 6. Nano CleaningTechnologies NCT PerenaGouma, PI Jusang Lee, Lead Clive Clayton, Mentor