Pervatech participates in public-private research and development programs to explore new technologies and application areas for pervaporation. Current projects are:

REDWine will demonstrate the feasibility of reducing CO2 emissions produced in the winery industry value chain by utilizing biogenic fermentation CO2 for microalgae biomass production. This project is supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research & Innovation programme.

This EU Horizon 2020-funded research project aims to develop and validate a platform of flexible and versatile techniques that can use biological processes to transform raw CO2 waste from the iron, steel, cement and electric power industries into value-added chemicals and plastics.

In the MOOI project Solidarity, Process efficient Solid and Liquid Dewatering and Drying, partners work together to demonstrate cost-effective drying and dewatering in the process industry. They combine technology and innovations in liquid-solid and liquid-liquid separations in such a way that it leads to less use of heat and more use of (clean) electricity and improved process efficiency.