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How does a business utilise funding to scale up its technology?

Maven caught up with graphene technology water treatment business, G2O Water Technologies, who secured funding via NPIF Maven Equity Finance last year, to enable the company to forge more collaborative partnerships with industrial partners from its Manchester headquarters. With an increasing need for high quality drinking water using affordable solutions in both industrialised nations and the...

From left to right, Jeremy Pelczer (Non-Executive Director), Andrew Wragg (CEO), Andrew Greenaway (Chairman), Craig Clement (COO)

G2O Board is strengthened with the appointment of Andrew Wragg as CEO

G2O Water Technologies, the leading developer of graphene oxide membrane coatings designed to significantly reduce the cost of water filtration, are pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew Wragg as CEO. Andrew is a material scientist with more than 25 years’ experience in the advanced materials and specialty chemicals industry.  Andrew was CEO of digital...

G2O appoints Professor Ewan McAdam to its Technical Advisory Group

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...

G2O appoints three Teesside University placement students

G2O Water Technologies, the leading developer of graphene oxide membrane coatings designed to significantly reduce the cost of water filtration, are pleased to have appointed three undergraduate placement students from a leading University near its North East R&D laboratory. Teesside University science students are offered the opportunity to work in industry during their third year...

G2O appoints new CEO Andy Wragg

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 Andy Wragg as CEO. Andy is a material scientist with more than 25 years experience in the advanced materials and specialty chemicals industry. Andy was CEO of digital print...

We are recruiting, talk to G2O…

Founded in 2015, following ten years of research into the benefits that nanotechnology can bring to water filtration, G2O has developed patented technology aimed at reducing the cost of water treatment. G2O’s scalable process applies a coating of graphene oxide to existing water filtration membranes. G2O are on the look out for ambitious Scientists and...

Graphene technology firm set to revolutionise water filtration market

A COMPANY using the transformational material, graphene, to revolutionise the water filtration industry has moved into new lab and office space to support plans to take its innovative product to market. G2O will take on more staff after moving its headquarters to the North East Technology Park (NETPark), in Sedgefield, County Durham, where it is...

Is there a solution to the world’s clean water crisis?

G2o is cited in a recent news article by the Guardian as a potential solution to reducing the cost of desalination. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/apr/10/desalination-world-clean-water-crisis

G2O secures £1m investment

Manchester-headquartered water technology business will forge collaborative partnerships with suppliers and enter global markets to expand customer reach Maven Capital Partners (“Maven”), one of the UK’s most active private equity firms, has led a £1.035m investment in Manchester-headquartered water treatment technology business, G2O Water Technologies Limited (“G2O”). A total of £600,000 has been provided by...

Oil and Water Separation

G2O demonstrates that its graphene oxide membranes efficiently separate oil and water.  Tests have been undertaken on both dead end and cross flow configurations.  We are working with our commercial partners in the oil industry to scale up this GO technology.  The pilot plant tests will focus reducing the cost of treating produced water.