Green contaminant removal
for water and soil treatment
Cleanit® LC is a highly effective, low-cost, low-energy and low-maintenance method to produce clean, potable water.
Cleanit® EC is a 100% green, simple and cost-efficient way to remove contaminants from industrial wastewater.
No magic, just nature
Cleanit is a groundbreaking technology that helps remove contaminants in groundwater, industrial wastewater and soil. Simple, affordable and flexible, this 100% green technology is available pilot installation.
This iron-based media is manufactured using leading-edge powder metallurgical technologies. Specialized manufacturing process gives the media a very high surface area and reactivity.
The green way to clean water
Imagine a highly effective, low-cost, low-energy and lowmaintenance method to produce clean, potable water. Difficult? Not so, if you let nature do its magic.
Cleanit removes contaminants by chemical reduction and physical adsorption processes, widely occurring in the nature.
Find out how in our case studies and learn more about it.
Metal powder successfully cleans contaminated drinking water
Höganäs’ cost-effective Cleanit® LC technology – now conditionally approved by the California Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) – rids drinking water of contaminants to non-detectable levels.
"No doubt, Cleanit is the best solution for Cr(VI) treatment. The pilot went very well, with incredibly low energy consumption and extreme efficiency.”
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Metal powders contribute to sustainable development
Metal powder technology provides endless opportunities; not only does it enable our customers to reduce their material and energy consumption, but it also helps them use new and better techniques that make final products more efficient and less expensive.
We believe that the inherent power of metal powders can be utilised to a much larger extent than it is today. We are also convinced that metal powders can contribute to sustainable development. With metal powder solutions, we can contribute to solving many of society’s pressing challenges, such as resource scarcity, shortage of clean water and the need for renewable energy.