PET Managing Director will be presenting at the Australian Microcap Investment Conference

October 15th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

PET Managing Director will be presenting at the Australian Microcap Investment Conference on Wednesday 17th October, 2018.

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Article published on Phoslock Environmental Technologies move to commercialise Chinese wetland project

October 10th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

An article published at https://smallcaps.com.au/phoslock-environmental-technologies-commercialise-chinese-wetland-project/ summarises the successful application of Phoslock and other nutrient control measures to a Chinese canal. “Given the substantial need for water remediation in China, Phoslock launched its Beijing operations last year with a view of carrying out design, engineering, and implementation using remediation materials for rivers, canals, reservoirs and lakes along with construction of wetland areas”.

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Phoslock is being used in test systems removing phosphorous from agricultural runoff in Ontario, Canada

August 13th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

A group of proactive Canadian farmers have teamed up with several government organisations to further investigate agricultural phosphorous runoff. […]

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11 Year High for Phoslock

August 3rd, 2018 by By Victor Bivell, editor of Eco Investor Magazine

In late July shares in Phoslock Water Solutions, soon to be Phoslock Environmental Technologies, reached an 11 year high of 46.5 cents. This is close to their all time high of 49.5 cents in February 2007. The shares listed in August 2002 at 20 cents, and in […]

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China asks for international assistance and is set to spend billions of dollars on remediating “bad water”

July 31st, 2018 by Sarah Groves

A recent article, published at http://www.china.org.cn/china/2018-07/27/content_57836670.htm states that “A total investment of more than 1 trillion yuan ($147.5 billion) is needed to treat black and odorous water bodies in China, and companies from all over the world are welcome to contribute, a senior environmental official said. Zhang Bo, director general of water quality management at […]

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Phoslock amongst the ASX’s top environmental company performers for 2018

July 23rd, 2018 by Sarah Groves

An article was recently published outlining the ASX CleanTech stocks “Winners and Losers” list for 2018. The author stated that “this year’s CleanTech Index performance was driven by 17 companies which saw gains of over 30 per cent, according to Cleantech’s annual report out today.” “The top performers were environmental services company HRL Holdings (ASX:HRL), […]

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Phoslock application to Scottish Loch for the European Championships

July 4th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

Phoslock was applied last week to Strathclyde Loch in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The Loch is the venue for both the triathlon and rowing events at the inaugural European Championships which will be co-hosted by Glasgow and Berlin in early August. Phoslock was also applied to Strathclyde Loch in 2014, prior to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, […]

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Phoslock application to Scottish Loch for the European Championships

July 4th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

Phoslock was applied last week to Strathclyde Loch in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The Loch is the venue for both the triathlon and rowing events at the inaugural European Championships which will be co-hosted by Glasgow and Berlin in early August. Phoslock was also applied to Strathclyde Loch in 2014, prior to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, […]

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Storms, manure and climate change

June 25th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

“On June 6, 2018, the Centre for Limnology (CFL) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison reported that a toxic algae bloom had begun to spread across Lake Mendota. It quickly led to the closure of beaches around Madison’s largest lake”. An article posted at http://www.feedstuffs.com/news/heavier-rains-manure-mean-more-algae-blooms showed that there was a clear connection between phosphorus laden runoff […]

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PET MD speaking at Gold Coast Investor Conference

June 18th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

PET MD, Robert Schuitema, will be speaking on Wednesday 20 June, 2018 at the Gold Coast Investment Conference at the Surfers Paradise Marriott Hotel. PET will have a booth outside the conference venue and look forward to welcoming any current or prospective investor to discuss or answer any questions on PET. Share this

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Dead Zones – China’s nutrient crisis

June 6th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

Like many places around the world, China is struggling with the impact from excessive use of fertilisers on agricultural land. Fertiliser contains nutrients that assist in helping agriculture crops grow, however a large proportion of the nutrient ends up being washed into waterways such as rivers and lakes. Generally, rivers discharge nutrients (phosphorus and nitrogen) […]

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Brazilian license extended to 2020

June 1st, 2018 by Sarah Groves

PET Managing Director, Mr Robert Schuitema, visited Brazil last week to meet with our Brazilian licensee, Hidroscience. He was accompanied by PET General Manager of International Sales, Mr Nigel Traill. Whilst in Brazil, Mr Schuitema and Mr Traill spent a number of days with HidroScience Managing Director, Mr Tiago Finkler Ferreira, visiting several project […]

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Updated Newing Research Report

May 28th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

An updated Newing Research Report on PET is now available on our website at http://www.phoslock.com.au/site/Investors/broker-research  Share this

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Town put chemical into popular NC fishing lake. Then the fish began to die.

May 14th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

Fish are dying at a popular eastern North Carolina fishing lake where the town put a chemical in the water to kill algae. Scores of fish in White Lake have died after its namesake town began treating the algae last Wednesday, Wilmington NBC-TV affiliate WECT reported. The algae discolored the water. People like to catch […]

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Second Application of Phoslock Being Completed in Poland This Week

May 10th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

The treatment of Lake Goldap in North Eastern Poland with 300 tonnes of Phoslock will be completed this week. The $1.3 million project commenced in December 2017 when half the product was applied, the second half of the application commenced last week and is expected to be completed by the end of this week. The […]

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Application to three lakes in southern Holland completed

April 30th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

PET has this week completed the application of Phoslock to three lakes in Southern Holland.  The largest of these lakes, Kleine Melanen in Bergen Op Zoom, was treated with more than 30 tonnes of Phoslock.  The treatment is the last stage in a multi-year restoration project involving the diversion of external phosphorus inputs into the […]

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PET holds first full Board Meeting in Beijing

April 19th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

This week PET Directors were in Beijing to review work on the Xinfengha River project and Xinfengha wetland projects. PET Directors held their first full board meeting in Beijing.   PET Directors and Senior Management (left to right) Mr Andrew Winks – General Manager Global Operations Mr Tingshan Liu – General Manager Phoslock Beijing Mr […]

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PET presentation to Saint Mary’s Uni (SMU) and the Lake Banook Stakeholders Association in Nova Scotia, Canada

April 10th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

Nigel Traill and Karin Finsterle from Phoslock Europe will be undertaking a presentation on “PHOSLOCK – An Introduction to its Use and Assessment of its impact on aquatic ecosystems” on 13th April 2018.  Share this

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Chinese lawmakers push to build “Beautiful China”

March 21st, 2018 by Sarah Groves

Source: Xinhua| 2018-03-19 20:31:16|Editor: Mengjie BEIJING, March 19 (Xinhua) — China’s national legislature approved on Saturday 17 March 2018, the forming of a Ministry of Ecological Environment. The new ministry will incorporate the old environment ministry with relevant functions segmented in other ministries, enabling the government to accelerate environmental protection and ecological conservation in a more […]

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New Drone Video of Phoslock Application to Lake Goldap, Europe

March 14th, 2018 by Sarah Groves

A new video has been added to the front page of the PET website (see “PET Clips”). The video was filmed by a drone during the application of Phoslock to Lake Goldap. The City of Goldap (Poland) used Phoslock to bind phosphate entering the lake from agricultural and recreational inputs.  Over time, the build up […]

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