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Parsons and SCFI: Strategic alliance agreement

By Gerald Ondrey |

Parsons (Pasadena, Calif.; www.parsons.com) has signed a strategic alliance agreement with SCFI (Super Critical Fluids International) Group (Cork, Ireland; www.scfi.eu), an Irish company at the forefront of developing innovative environmental technology applicable to areas of renewable energy, wet waste processing, and material recovery. Parsons and SCFI have created a strategic partnership to globally provide AquaCritox Super Critical Water Oxidation technology to end users. AquaCritox is a groundbreaking solution to one of the most important issues of our times: how to dispose of wet waste (sewage sludge, putrescible waste, chemical and petrochemical waste, and other organic materials) safely, quickly, and efficiently, while minimizing cost. AquaCritox is a technology that is proven to destruct wet waste without the generation of any hazardous substance or emission while recovering most of the renewable energy content. “We are pleased to partner with SCFI to globally provide this innovative technology to end users,” said Mike Walsh, Parsons Group President. “The combination of Parsons’ resources and reputation in the waste management and energy markets coupled with SCFI’s experience and expertise…
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