Nutrient Recovery & Upcycling nrutech.com


Nutrient Recovery & Upcycling (NRU) develops technologies, including a phosphate recovery process, to help wastewater treatment plants create valuable fertilizers from the nutrients in their wastewater.

Nutrient Recovery & Upcycling (NRU) develops technologies, including a phosphate recovery process, to help wastewater treatment plants create valuable fertilizers from the nutrients in their wastewater.

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Madison,
Wisconsin, United States

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Nutrient Recovery & Upcycling $0.7M Feb 25, 2016

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Investor Investor Type Location Participating Rounds
Cleantech OpenIncubator/AcceleratorRedwood City, California, United StatesIncubator/Accelerator
NCIIAUnited StatesBiz Plan Competition
Madworks Seed AcceleratorIncubator/AcceleratorSeed
Pow! emPowering Opportunities in WaterIncubator/AcceleratorUnited StatesBiz Plan Competition - III
Small Business Innovation ResearchGovernmentGrant - III
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Title Application Date Patent Date Status
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Phosphate recovery from wastewater Sep 18, 2014 Feb 07, 2017 Patent
Electrodialysis stacks, systems, and methods for recovering ammonia and monovalent salts from anaerobic digestate Apr 24, 2015 Application