EPSE advances sustainability and circular economy by treating wastewater with soluble metals, aiming to reduce the environmental footprint and combat climate change. Our processes not only recover valuable metals but also contribute to preserving natural resources and meeting ESG goals.

We offer a comprehensive solution for the treatment of dangerous and hazardous waste in terms of soluble metals providing best possible technique and service. EPSE customer process starts with water sample analysis and determination of EPSE recipe in our laboratory, after which the method’s functionality can be piloted at the customer’s site, in order to optimize it and calculate more accurate OpEx costs. The comprehensive solution is achieved through a license agreement for the EPSE™ Method, including the EPSE™ chemical and technical support.

EPSE Customer process

1. Send us your water sample

EPSE Laboratory will analyse it and make the EPSE Recipe specific to your site’s needs

2. Verifying the Method’s functionality

The EPSE™ Method’s functionality can be verified with e.g. easily applicable Mobile EPSE™ Piloting unit

3. A Comprehensive solution

EPSE™ Method Licence agreement including the EPSE™ chemical


Circular economy

The unique and energy efficient EPSE™ Method decreases the treatment expenses of water containing soluble metals and increases businesses’ potential to circular economy, conserving natural resources and the environment – all the while helping the Customer to meet their ESG Goals. The treated water can typically be directed back to the process and further processing of metals in the precipitate offers a solution for the globally increasing need for metal recovery.


EPSE™ Method is an ideal solution for:

  • Purification of process and wastewater containing metals
  • Achieving closed water cycles within the processes
  • Recovering valuable metals for reuse.

EPSE™ Method’s Application areas

There are a number of potential application areas, some of which are yet to be found. Even so, the EPSE™ Method can be applicable in the following operations and industries, to name just a few:

  • Mining Industry
  • Metal Industry
  • Waste Industry
  • Paper Industry
  • Chemical Industry
  • Oil and Gas Industry
  • Construction Industry
  • Automotive and Aerospace Industry
  • Electrical Industry
  • Medical Industry
  • Energy Industry


Do you want to know more of our Customer Process? Read more about the EPSE Laboratory and the On-site Piloting.