iCell: Upcycling nutrients from wastewater

© iCell Sustainable Nutrition

Hong Kong-based iCell Sustainable Nutrition makes single-cell proteins with wastewater from food and beverage factories, generating revenue and purifying the water for safe discharge or reuse 

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Process water from factories is a burden for businesses because of the money spent treating the wastewater and complying with regulations but Hong Kong-based startup iCell Sustainable Nutrition aims to change this. Its proprietary technology helps companies in food and beverage manufacturing turn their process water into revenue streams instead of expenses.In these industries, water is widely used for cleaning, scalding and other operations. As it washes away, it carries bits and pieces of food, resulting in wastewater rich in nutrients. iCell can upcycle these nutrients to make single-cell pr...
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Edited by Fock Siu Ling, Selva Kumar

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