• Fluoride and nitrate removal from brackish groundwaters by batch-mode capacitive deionization. Water research 84, 342-349
  • Faradaic reactions in water desalination by batch-mode capacitive deionization. Environmental Science & Technology Letters 3 (5), 222-226
  • Investigation of fluoride removal from low-salinity groundwater by single-pass constant-voltage capacitive deionization. Water research 99, 112-121
  • Fluoride removal from brackish groundwaters by constant current capacitive deionization (CDI). Environmental science & technology 50 (19), 10570-10579
  • Development of Redox-Active Flow Electrodes for High-Performance Capacitive Deionization. Environmental science & technology 50 (24), 13495-13501
  • Comparison of Faradaic reactions in capacitive deionization (CDI) and membrane capacitive deionization (MCDI) water treatment processes. Water Research 120, 229-237
  • Investigation of pH-dependent phosphate removal from wastewaters by membrane capacitive deionization (MCDI).Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 3 (5), 875-882

About the company co-founder, Peter

Peter Kovalsky completed his PhD in 2008 (Chemical Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia) on membrane fouling. He worked in the semiconductor industry between 2007 and 2011 before becoming R&D director of Waterfresh. In 2013, Peter co-founded Mincarb and took over the CEO role in 2016.

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