G2O Water Technologies, the leading developer of graphene oxide membrane coatings designed to reduce the cost of water filtration, are pleased to announce the appointment of Professor Ewan McAdam to its Technical Advisory Group (TAG).
Ewan spent the early part of his career working in industry as an analytical chemist for an executive agency of DEFRA, and a global pharmaceutical manufacturer before taking a consultancy role serving clients across the fine chemical, pharmaceutical and manufacturing sectors. Following a return to study, he received his doctorate on membrane technology in 2008 at Cranfield, where he continues to work on the development of novel membrane processes for the water sector, that foster new opportunities in energy management, process intensification and resource recovery.
Craig Clement, COO commented “Ewan is a recognised expert in the membrane in industry. He has helped us improve our understanding of the market and hone our value proposition. It is great to finally officially add Ewan to our TAG.”
Ewan added “The graphene oxide coating system offered by G2O presents a unique value proposition, and at a time when there is appetite in the global market for investment in new membrane technology that can help improve delivery of excellent water quality, increase resilience or lower energy and cost“.
Ewan joins the company’s existing TAG members – Tony Rachwal, an independent water innovation consultant and ex R&D Director at Thames Water, and Professor Tom Stephenson, Pro-Vice-Chancellor Research and Innovation and Member of University Executive, Cranfield University.