Rocky Mountain Innosphere: Avivid Receives Water Purification Patent

FORT COLLINS, CO – The entrepreneurs at Avivid Technologies Group, LLC now have an extra layer of security as they just received their water purification patent, which protects the IP around their revolutionary stand-alone water purification process for the minerals extraction industry. Avivid’s breakthrough process, called TurboCoag©, builds upon the proven purification technology known as Electrocoagulation. This process has the capability to treat up to 600,000 gallons per day per system while rapidly removing up to 99% of heavy metals, suspended solids and biological contaminants from water.


The National Renewable Energy Laboratory presents the 26th Industry Growth Forum December 3-4, 2013 at the Grand Hyatt in Denver, Colorado.

Avivid Water one of thirty presenting start-up companies.

The NREL Industry Growth Forum features presentations from 30 emerging clean energy start-ups; provocative panels led by thought leaders, one-on-one meetings, and organized networking opportunities. It is the perfect venue for growing companies to prepare, refine, and present their businesses to a wide range of investors. The best presenters are awarded in-kind commercialization services from NREL. Since 2003, the presenting prototype, pre-commercial, and expanding clean-tech companies who have presented have collectively raised more than $5 billion in growth financing.


Denver Challenge Cup Competitors Bring Real-World Solutions to Tough Industries

January 23, 2014, startups from the Denver area came to compete for the chance to travel to the final round of the Challenge Cup in Washington, D.C. They came from the world of education, energy, health and smart cities—and all were looking to disrupt markets with unique strategies. They put their best pitches on display, especially as judges reminded them that their “competitors from around the world” were watching them that night.

Avivid’s target market isn’t exactly an easy one, either. The startup is combatting the $40-billion-a-year industry that is the natural gas and oil sector, and which already leverages hundreds of clean water competitors. Avivid’s success will hinge on their cost-effective technology, the company says, and that when proven, will be scaled to deploy throughout the United States as well as the developing world.