Saltworks Named to 2017 Global Cleantech 100

Saltworks was named to the 2017 Global Cleantech 100. This prestigious list, published by the Cleantech Group, identifies companies with the most innovative and promising technologies poised to make significant impact in the cleantech sector.

Over 9,900 nominations from 77 countries were reviewed by the group’s expert panel.

The announcement at the 2017 Cleantech Forum in San Francisco comes on the heels of several major advancements at Saltworks.

Saltworks completed a third repeat order to a major US industrial firm, installed a full-scale SaltMaker for a Canadian customer, and successfully treated highly scaling coal-fired powerplant wastewater from a major utility with their Salt Splitter technology.

Saltworks’ systems treat highly challenging wastewaters to recover freshwater, reduce waste and enable reliable zero liquid discharge (ZLD), and recover by-products of value.

“Saltworks is honoured that the Cleantech Group recognized our significant accomplishments in 2016 and the impact we will continue to make in 2017. The acknowledgement comes at a great time as we are both fulfilling repeat commercial orders and advancing innovative next generation desalination and water treatment solutions,” said Mitchell Frank, Saltworks’ Manager of Business Development & Marketing.

For more information on Saltworks’ advanced desalination, wastewater treatment, and brine management systems, contact


About Saltworks Technologies:

Saltworks Technologies is a world leader in treatment and value recovery from saline wastewaters: oil sands, landfill leachate, shale oil and gas, reverse osmosis brine, ammonia, spent acids and more. Saltworks developed solutions from the ground-up for extreme recoveries, high reliability and low cost. Saltworks delivers fully packaged systems, as well as the worlds’ most advanced ion exchange membrane product for unique separations. Full scale systems are supported by pre-implementation pilots, 24-7 remote operations, and a customer training center in Vancouver, BC.