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Qmetry Corporation
Profile last edited on: 12/8/2020

Electrochemical advanced oxidation process.
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Location Information

2717 Michelle Park
Lexington, KY 40511
   (480) 459-8777
Multiple Locations:   
Congressional District:   06
County:   Fayette

Public Profile

Not to be confused with Qmetry in California, in collaboration with University of Kentucky, Lexington this Qmetry was funded by EPA to investigate the feasibility of a electrochemical advanced oxidation process. The composite electrode – made from ordinary materials - is chemically and physically modified such a way that it preferentially adsorbs and oxidizes PFOS and PFOA molecules. The composite electrode is benign and disposable and can be implemented in ordinary farming and construction equipment. If successful, the remediation method can be carried out in situ without extensive material and energy input or capital investment. Environmentally compatible with clean oxidant and without secondary pollutants, this method will be immensely beneficial for remediation market. The team will target semiconductor manufacturing and oil and gas industry for initial commercialization – it’s current primary customers.

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Less than .5M
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Privately Held
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Most Recent SBIR Projects

Year Phase Agency Total Amount Project Title
2018 1 EPA $100,000
Novel Remediation Technique for PFAS contaminated Soil and Sediment

Key People / Management

  Subhadarshi Nayak -- President and CEO

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