Rabia Nusrat, an environmental engineering student, Global UGRAD alumni , in her final year at University of Engineering and Technology, UET, Lahore, Pakistan and the first ideaXme public interviewer, interviews Shayan Sohail Sarwar, Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia Innovator and Chief Technology Officer PakVitae.
The organisation’s mission is to provide 10 Million people with access to clean drinking water by 2022. https://www.pakvitae.org through offering the “worlds first ever intrinsically antimicrobial membranes that are biofouling resistant hence are failsafe”. In this ideaXme public interview discover details of their technology, as well as Shayan’s approach to innovation – “there can be no innovation without empathy”. https://www.linkedin.com/in/shayansoh…
Comment from PakVitae:
“We are a technology company. Our membranes are developed by a team of industry leading experts with decades of proven experience and success in the membrane industry. Applications include municipal water and wastewater treatment, industrial biotechnology, and food and beverage production.
1.Worlds first ever intrinsically antimicrobial membranes that are biofouling resistant hence are failsafe.
2.Enhanced and more stable Flux.
3.Superior performance and fiber strength.
4.Superior rated life,
5.Highest rejection and removal rates.
We believe in providing the most environmentally friendly solution to water purification while delivering competitive products of the highest quality and standard. Our energy efficient process not only results in higher quality permeate stream than traditional methods, we also guarantee an automatic, simple, and safe operation of our meticulously designed products”.
Rabia Nusrat comments:
Shayan Sohail Sarwar is a chemical engineer from the University of Engineering & Technology Lahore, Pakistan. A young social entrepreneur, innovator, and chief technology officer of Pak Vitae; company solving water problems for low-income communities. Driven by his curiosity from an early age in membrane filtration, Shayan along with his R&D team developed the world’s first intrinsically antimicrobial membrane for water filtration.
Credits: Rabia Nusrat
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