374Water innovative SCWO technology has been accepted to the LIFT program

September 19, 2019

374Water’s compact, sustainable, and superior treatment systems are utilizing groundbreaking technology called supercritical water oxidation. This technology has been considered for decades as the holy grail for wet waste treatment. Our cost-effective Nix units can treat any organic waste in the most environmentally friendly way.


The Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) is a multi-pronged initiative undertaken by WRF and WEF to help bring new water technology to the field quickly and efficiently. LIFT includes components such as Technology Evaluations, People and Policy, Communication, and an Informal Forum for Research and Development to better serve the industry.


From its inception, the LIFT Technology Scan Program was developed to inform water facility owners, funders, advisors, and end users of emerging technologies in order to promote their early adoption by the industry.  The Program focuses on identifying those technologies with strong technical underpinnings likely to make a positive impact at their members facilities. 374Water SCWO technology has been accepted into the LIFT program, giving 374Water a direct channel to communicate with nearly 900 water utilities across America.


Link to 374Water's tech page on LIFT




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