Providing bioelectrochemical technologies to rapidly treat the hardest to treat wastewater.
Headquarters Escondido, California, United States
Aquacycl is a developer of wastewater technology designed to treat ultra-high-strength organic wastewater. The company’s technology eliminates primary sludge and recovers energy as direct electricity and operates with low or net-zero energy requirements, thereby enabling customers to save operational costs for the treatment of industrial, agricultural, or commercial wastewater. The company is at an inflection point; Aquacycl’s solution has been tried and tested with positive customer feedback to date. The company is focused on signing new partnerships and scaling operations with large F&B manufacturers. Longer-term, the company is looking to raise another $10m to fuel growth and expand partnerships, scale operations and automate manufacturing to further reduce COGS and improve the overall profitability of the business.
- CEO recognized as a Top Innovator by the World Economic Forum and Uplink
- Working with PepsiCo as a first customer (2 sites and counting in North America)
- One 40-ft unit from Aquacycl at an industrial site will mitigate an average of 115 tons of CO2 equivalents, every month
Currently Operating in One Region
November 14, 2022
Pepsi employs ‘super bugs’ to treat its Fresno wastewater
That’s where Pepsi has partnered with San Diego-based company Aquacycl, whose technology breaks down wastewater utilizing a new technique — microbial fuel cells.Read on The Business Journal »
November 19, 2022
This startup uses microbial fuel cells to clean up wastewater
Aquacycl’s modular technology helps clean up contaminated water before it flows down the drain. In some cases, it can also be reused onsite after it’s cleaned.Read on Fast Company »
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