MYCELX Company Timeline
MYCELX team completes the installation, commission and startup of process oily water treatment plant at Ibn Sina, SABIC. MYCELX Storm Water Systems chosen by Constitution Square site developers to treat 250 gpm and 1000 gpm water discharge in Washington D.C.
MYCELX Technologies is awarded a contract for a 410 m3 per hour oil removal system by Chiyoda Technip Joint Venture (CTJV). The MYCELX unit will safeguard the processed water loop in the QGII Complex of Qatar Liquefied Gas Co. Ltd.
ENKA Power Systems BV and Bechtel award contract to MYCELX Technologies for a complete oily wastewater recycling power plant in Russia. Anadarko Petroleum engages MYCELX Technologies for the launch and evaluation of a novel Produced Water Treatment Technology in the Gulf of Mexico.
In 1989, in the wake of the disastrous Exxon Valdez oil spill, scientist and inventor Hal Alper was distressed at the primitive and ineffective methods being used in the cleanup. Hal took action and began five years of research that led to the creation of the MYCELX polymer. Working with the visionary oil executive, John Mansfield, Sr., the patented MYCELX polymer was commercialized and developed into an industrial-strength, advanced oil-removal solution for the oil and gas industry to safely and effectively separate oil from water both instantaneously and permanently. MYCELX systems are used around the globe and are cleaning water in the most extreme environments. MYCELX systems are deployed as both emergency support for conventional systems failing to meet removal requirements and to replace conventional systems with a superior solution at a lower cost and in a smaller footprint. MYCELX is a high tech, ecologically friendly, clean water technology solution for the permanent removal of oil from water.