Beaverton, Ore. startup Puralytics with an Oregon BEST commercialization grant, as an industry-university team, is developing a floating, solar-activated stormwater treatment device, a nano lilly pad, that could be deployed in retaining ponds or ditches along roadways and parking lots to keep contaminants from reaching streams.
"Todd Jarvis and his team at Oregon State University (OSU) are great partners, and they have the analytical horsepower to provide the third-party testing and data our company needs," said Mark Owen, CEO of Puralytics.
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