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The Future of Filtration
The Future of Filtration

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This month has been filled with finished projects, a third quarter result, and a private placement of shares - Read more in the newsletter👌

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Q3 Result 2017: Mr. Sune Mathiesen, LiqTech CEO, remarked:

“Our results for the third quarter were largely in line with our expectations. In the first nine months of 2017 we have continued to invest significant resources in developing the marine scrubber market. We have been active in this industry for more than 3 years, and following the IMO decision last year to implement a new lower global cap on sulphur emissions from international shipping, we now see that the pace of adoption of scrubber systems is picking up..."

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Four down, many to go...👌🚢

October has been a busy month for LiqTech in terms of delivering brand new Marine Scrubber Wastewater Systems - Read more in the newsletter.

Link👉http://mailchi.mp/9c4201a0dcc7/liqtech-october-news-384983 .

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Read all our cases 💧👌

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LiqTech has provided the city of Zrenjanin in Serbia safe and affordable drinking water to 65,000 people.

Read entire case👉http://liqtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Drinking_2.3_Serbia_US-1.pdf
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A Marine Scrubber Wastewater Treatment

Read entire case👉http://liqtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Kundecase_Marine-Scrubber_US.pdf
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LiqTech has delivered a state-of-the-art silicon carbide membrane systems to one of the largest mining operations in Europe in order to comply with the most stringent environmental requirements.

Read entire case👉http://liqtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Kundecase_Heavy-Metal-Removal_US.pdf
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Langsand Laks was looking for a supplier with breaking-edge
water treatment technology - they chose LiqTech.

Read entire case👉http://liqtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Aquaculture_2.3.2_Langsand-Laks.pdf
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LiqTech Silicon Carbide membrane technology removes Oil in Water (OiW) to below OSPAR discharge limits (30 mg/L), thus achieving safe environmental discharge.

Read entire case👉http://liqtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/O_G_2.4.1__Shell_final-1.pdf
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LiqTech Silicon Carbide membrane technology removes solids and oil from flow back water produced when fracking for shale oil and gas.

Read entire case👉http://liqtech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/O_G_2.4.1_FMC_final-1.pdf
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