Vancouver, BC – BQE Water Inc. (TSX-V: BQE), a leader in the management of mine wastewaters and metallurgical bleed streams, has been invited by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), a public interest energy and environmental research organization, to give a presentation on the non-biological removal of selenium from wastewater with our Selen-IX™ technology at the upcoming free virtual Selenium Summit taking place October 26 to 28, 2021.
Presentation: Disruptive Selenate Treatment with Non-Biological Selen-IX™ Technology
October 27, 2021
10:00 am ET
Director, Engineering at BQE Water
This virtual event is free to attend. Interested participants can register here:
The Selenium Summit will discuss and present on the current state of selenium management to provide information on tools, methods and technologies that enable selenium treatment and removal from industrial process water in power generation and mining applications.
About BQE Water
BQE Water is a service provider specializing in water treatment and management for metals mining, smelting and refining. We are helping to transform the way the industry thinks about water in the context of natural resource projects by offering services and expertise which enables more sustainable water management practices and improved overall project performance at reduced risks. BQE Water invests in innovation and has developed unique intellectual property through the commercialization of several new technologies at mine sites around the world for organizations including Glencore, Jiangxi Copper, Freeport-McMoRan and the US EPA. BQE Water is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol BQE. Visit www.bqewater.com for more information.