BATTA hosted the Handong Global University Bio Filter Research Team from South Korea
BATTA had the opportunity to host Soyeon Kim, Jueun Kang, Jiyeon Lee and Soonchan Hong from the Handong Global University Bio Filter Research Team from South Korea.
Newark, DE — We enjoy sharing our environmental remedial knowledge with students and we could not be happier hosting Soyeon Kim, Jueun Kang, Jiyeon Lee and Soonchan Hong from the Handong Global University Bio Filter Research Team from South Korea. Handong Global University is a private university located in Pohang, North Gyeongsang province, South Korea.
The students were interested in learning more about BATTA’s water filtration products for green environmental remediation. BATTA is partnered with Axon, a Swedish manufacturer of robust water filters. Using a thermally treated peat that is harvested in the arctic regions of Sweden, our filters are highly effective at removing more than 99% of oil, petroleum, solvent and metallic contamination.
The visit was very useful as the students learned more about BATTA’s Axon Absorber Media and Filters which are quickly being adopted by large organizations all over Europe, China, and the USA. They learned that the novel technology has been proven to save time and money in multiple ways while removing harmful contamination.
The Bio Filter Research Team was thrilled to hear the advantages of BATTA’s Axon absorber peat media vs regular peat moss, which comes from its treatment and its unique granular form. This type of treated and granular peat is not available elsewhere. Axon absorber peat media is 100% natural and contains no additives. The way it’s treated is what gives our peat its unique properties including its hydrophobicity and very high absorption capacity.
The team was very ambitious and asked terrific questions regarding the technology and applications of peat. We look forward to them bringing the knowledge of peat and its terrific green applications back to South Korea. In addition, we hope to meet with them and the rest of the Bio Filter Research Team in the future.
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