Press release 2019-03-05
Aarhus Vand starts evaluation of dynaCEPT®
Aarhus Vand, Aarhus Denmark, and Arc Aroma Pure AB (ArcAroma), Lund Sweden, have agreed to jointly evaluate ArcAroma´s technology dynaCEPT® to increase biogas production from sewage sludge and improve dewaterability, viscosity of the sludge and foaming. The test will start at Egaa wastewater treatment plant in Aarhus this spring and continue up to six months. The aim of the evaluation is to optimize the performance of Egaa wastewater treatment plant, but also to test new technologies for ReWater, the future resource recovery plant in Marselisborg.
Contact at Aarhus Vand: Laura Bailon, LAB@aarhusvand.dk
Contact at ArcAroma: Johan Möllerström, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, please contact:
Johan Möllerström, CEO
(+46) 768 – 86 81 78
This information is such information that Arc Aroma Pure AB (publ) is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set above, at March 5, 2019 at 13:00 CET.
About Arc Aroma Pure AB (publ)
Arc Aroma Pure has developed a way to control electrical pulses that provide a high energy yield. The CEPT® platform, which is a generator, uses the technology of biogas, sewage treatment and food extraction. The platform uses short-term high-voltage pulses that blow the cell membrane and kill unwanted microorganisms. Efficiency of biogas production and the introduction of new raw materials that can´t be used today are in focus. Water, ballast water and liquid foods are examples of other CEPT® applications. Founded in 2008, the company is based in Lund, with offices in Shanghai, and has received various awards and support from, among others, Vinnova and the Swedish Energy Agency. Arc Aroma Pure’s shares are listed on NASDAQ First North Premier. Erik Penser Bank AB is Certified Adviser and is available at 08-463 80 00 or email@example.com.