Friday, December 1, 2023
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Swiss start-up Oxyle has secured $2.8million in pre-seed funding to bring its wastewater micropollutant removal solution to market. The funds will help the company to increase its total raised to $7.4million.

Oxyle’s solution aims at companies in the pesticide, chemical, textile pigments, electronics, and pharmaceutical sectors that regulates strict discharge limits.

Oxyle is founded by CEO Dr Fajer Mushtaq, who developed the wastewater treatment technology as part of her doctoral studies at ETH Zurich. The technology aims to provide an efficient and eco-friendly solution to the global water pollution crisis.


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