Chromafora is an innovative Swedish cleantech company that uses unique treatment technology and patented technologies to remove heavy metals and PFAS from polluted water, and to extract valuable metals for recycling.

SELPAXT

Removes PFASs from polluted water

PFASs are removed from polluted water by means of selective separation. Chromafora’s SELPAXT method captures more than 99% of PFAS chains, both long and otherwise hard-to-capture short-chain PFASs.

SELMEXT

Removes heavy metals from polluted water

Heavy metals are removed from polluted water by means of selective separation, and the full SELMEXT method is able to capture 99% of individual metals.

Valuable metals can also be extracted from wastewater flows for recycling and reuse by taking SELMEXT technology one step further after separation.

TECHNOLOGY, SKILLS, OPERATION

Chromafora’s offer

Chromafora often builds its technology into containers that are easily connected to existing water flows. Chromafora takes care of the technology, expertise and operation while the customer only pays per cubic meter of detoxified water.

NEWS

VafabMiljö tests SELPAXT technology on water with short-chain PFAS

VafabMiljö tests SELPAXT technology on water with short-chain PFAS

The Annelund waste treatment plant in Enköping needs to reduce the PFAS levels in the water and an investigation is now underway to determine the appropriate treatment technology. One challenge is the high level of the short-chain PFAS variant PFBS. Chromafora's...

The SELPAXT technology emerges as leading solution for PFAS removal

The SELPAXT technology emerges as leading solution for PFAS removal

Chromafora, the Swedish cleantech innovator, proudly announces that its patented technology, SELPAXT™, is emerging as the preeminent method for efficiently eliminating both long and short-chain PFAS from contaminated water. Recent performance reports showcase an...

Leachate treatment methods evaluated in a new project at KTH

Leachate treatment methods evaluated in a new project at KTH

Oliver Colett, a chemical engineering student at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, has evaluated methods for landfill leachate treatment in his degree project at PreZero Recycling. The project was carried out in collaboration with Chromafora, which was...

“When SÖRAB was investigating various PFAS purification methods, Chromafora was one of the companies with whom SÖRAB had a great collaboration. What makes the Selpaxt method especially interesting is its ability also to separate short-chain PFASs to a high degree.”

Astrid Hemfrid

Environmental Specialist, Sörab

“Chromafora has showed a genuine interest in the project since the very beginning and is dedicated to achieving a good outcome. They visit us regularly on site and we enjoy good, open and clear dialogs with operators as well as people from other parts of the organization.”

Emma Bivall

Production Engineer, Ragn-Sells Treatment & Detox AB