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Wednesday, October 3, 2018 

LiqTech International, a Nevada-based clean technology company that manufactures and markets filtration technologies, has signed a framework agreement with a leading marine scrubber manufacturer to develop a new product for the treatment of the cleaned exhaust gas wastewater.

The new filtration product covered under the framework agreement will be available for sale starting on January 1, 2019. The solution will treat the water from the scrubber tower into a process tank where it is reused again into the scrubber tower, enabling the ship to run in a “closed loop” with no wastewater discharged overboard or in hybrid systems. The SOx particle is filtered and concentrated in our Silicon Carbide membranes and further dewatered in a filterpress providing bulk discharge of waste into waste handling station while in port.

Sune Mathisen, CEO of LiqTech International, commented: “We are pleased to have executed this framework agreement with one of the world’s largest manufacturers of marine scrubbers. The new product, specifically developed in conjunction with the manufacturer, will be a great addition to our existing marine scrubber waste water portfolio providing marine vessels with an attractive operating structure with rapid return on its capital investment. We are pleased with the continued ramp in our marine scrubber business and believe we will see continued strong growth in the years to come as shipowners are continually confirming their commitments to install scrubbers.”

LiqTech’s products are based on unique silicon carbide membranes claimed to facilitate new applications and improve existing technologies.

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