DRAM is novel technology exclusively licensed to EPONA Technologies Limited, a University of Aberdeen spin-out company.
DRAM uses the by-product of the whisky industry to clean wastewaters.
DRAM technology was initially developed for working with solvent impacted waters but trials have revealed the product to be much more flexible in application and deployment.
DRAM is sustainable because it makes use of a natural product that is planted, harvested and treated using the highest quality control procedures.
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DRAM Available now through EPONA Technologies
DRAM, the device for remediation and attenuation of multiple pollutants has been commercialised through EPONA Technologies. After seven years of technical optimisation, involving intensive laboratory and field-scale trials the team launched DRAM on a commercial trial basis. Since summer 2011, The University of Aberdeen granted the sole operating licence to EPONA Technologies Limited for this technology. This company has been founded by the inventors of this technology.
DRAM is a new technology to clean water. The team has developed and refined this technology and moved from the laboratory to the field. Genuine case studies have proven this technology in a range of applications.
DRAM can be deployed in a range of devices to suit the individual needs and the clean-up targets. In wastewater channels and culverted water sources, DRAM is generally deployed within an inert support enabling maximum exposure to the water. These devices have been engineered to match individual site needs.
For down borehole deployment, DRAM-canister is a novel frame allowing maximum interface with water yet being simple and adaptable in terms of deployment strategy. The team have been working with other engineers to validate the matrix for reactive barrier application where the cost-effective and sustainable principles of DRAM make it an ideal candidate.