The basic idea is to recycle the water from waste water into Ultrapure Water. The most recent challenge has been to remove nanoparticles in order to make sure these are not spread in the environment and not enter the Ultrapure Water used in cleaning of the nanoelectronics.
Third party tests done by The Royal Institute of Technology and Swedish Environmental Research Institute (Sweden), Clarkson University (US), Manta Inc (US) and Anton Paar (Austria) have confirmed that Xzero technology is more efficient than existing technologies in removing nanoparticles from water.
In January 2015, Xzero started to industrialize the technology in co-operation with researchers at the Royal Institute of technology in Stockholm, Sweden and at the leading European organization for microelectronics development – imec in Leuven, Belgium. Testing of the first full scale prototype of the industrialized equipment commenced in August 2016.
In order to complement the researchers already working on the project, Xzero is recruiting experienced and professional engineers for the industrialization work and experienced sales people for tha marketing.