FO pilot plant could follow HTI Dubai link-up

Forward-osmosis (FO) system manufacturer Hydration Technology Innovations LLC (HTI) has signed an international distribution, services and cooperation agreement for FO technology with Future Technologies LLC of Dubai. Future Technologies will distribute HTI's FO OsMem™ membrane technology for industrial applications.

A pilot plant is currently under discussion for dispatch into the Middle East.

Arizona-based HTI supplies FO technology to customers in applications that include oil and gas exploration, biofuels, landfills, chlor-alkali, food-processing, methane digesters and membrane bioreactors.

Future Technologies is a specialized technology and solutions provider for clean technologies in water and energy. The company's solutions combine advanced technologies (such as FO) with their high-quality engineering, regional expertise and committed full lifecycle service. Future Technologies has mostly industrial clients such as oil and gas, energy companies and others.

"Future Technologies is an ideal fit for the distribution of our FO technology within the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) region," said Walt Schultz, CEO of HTI. "We are confident that the combination of Future Technologies' experience in the water and wastewater industries, along with their strong relationships in the MENA market, will bring great success to this partnership."

"In line with our strategy to bring advanced technologies and solutions to our clients in the Middle East, we are pleased to have teamed up with HTI, pioneers in forward osmosis technology," said Kai-Uwe Buerger, CEO of Future Technologies, who is also managing director of Ovivo Water. "During the course of negotiations with HTI, we had soon realized that we can provide added value to our clients, and have already identified a number of possible clients."

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