TORRANCE, CA, MAY 1, 2020 -- Moleaer, the nanobubble technology company has been recognized in Fast Company’s 2020 World Changing Ideas Awards, honoring the businesses, policies, projects, and concepts that are actively engaged and deeply committed to tackling the climate crisis.
Through its innovative and patented nanobubble technology, Moleaer is tackling the algae outbreaks and water contamination throughout North America resulting from climate change, industrial processes, and farming. Nanobubbles prevent and treat algae without traditional chemicals (algaecides, herbicides and alum) and aeration methods, restoring the ecological balance to waterways, ponds, and lakes. In addition, Moleaer’s technology improves the health of ecosystems for aquatic life including fish and wildlife.
“It’s a great privilege for our team to be recognized by Fast Company for our innovations. We’re firmly dedicated to advancing nanobubble technology to meet the challenges our society faces from climate change,” says Nick Dyner, CEO, Moleaer. “Our technology enables companies and communities to reduce reliance on chemical solutions to improve water quality and increase food production.”
“There seems no better time to recognize organizations that are using their ingenuity, resources, and, in some cases, their scale to tackle society’s biggest problems,” says Stephanie Mehta, editor-in-chief of Fast Company. “Our journalists, under the leadership of senior editor Morgan Clendaniel, have uncovered some of the smartest and most inspiring projects of the year.”
Moleaer was selected as an honoree in the “Best World Changing Ideas” category by a panel of eminent judges from a pool of more than 3,000 entries across transportation, education, food, politics and technology.
The World Changing Ideas Awards showcase 26 winners, more than 200 finalists, and more than 500 honorable mentions — across several categories, including Health and Wellness, Corporate Social Responsibility, and AI and Data. The 2020 awards feature entries from across the globe, from Vancouver to Singapore to Tel Aviv.
To learn more, visit www.moleaer.com.