This article showcases our top picks for the best Ireland based Environmental Engineering startups. These startups and companies are taking a variety of approaches to innovating the Environmental Engineering industry, but are all exceptional companies well worth a follow.
We tried to pick companies across the size spectrum from cutting edge startups to established brands.
We selected these startups and companies for exceptional performance in one of these categories:
- Innovative ideas
- Innovative route to market
- Innovative product
- Exceptional growth
- Exceptional growth strategy
- Societal impact
Top Ireland Environmental Engineering Startups
AMCS Group are an Irish company that are involved in the provision of RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) solutions. James Martin and Austin Ryan established advanced Manufacturing Control Systems (AMCS) Ltd in 2002.
It is an Irish company with headquarters in the Innovation Works in Castletroy, Limerick. AMCS has an experienced team of engineers and technicians who combine technically advanced solutions with first class customer support, AMCS Group is the world’s provider of integrated, end-to-end software and solutions for the waste, recycling, logistics and resource management industry.From cutting edge Weighing & RFID technology to a full suite of ERP software with ELEMOS, AMCS solutions can cover all aspects of your operation from bin, vehicle & skip management, mobile computing & weighbridge control to invoicing, customer reporting & analysis.The company’s solutions are used by the worlds leading municipalities, private recycling and waste collectors and commercial waste haulers providing residential, commercial, hazardous,recycling and disposal services..
DARE Technology is an innovative Irish engineering company, established to develop and commercialize renewable energy technology. DARE Technology’s first product is a unique crane mounted wind turbine for ships (the “Hi-GEN”) which aims to displace the use of diesel generators during vessel downtime.
The use of the existing crane allows for the much larger turbines to be deployed (from 5kW to 20kW) which makes it a viable alternative to power the vessel during downtime, allowing for greater fuel savings and emission reductions. The 5kW prototype has been developed and tested and we are now scaling our design to a 15kW model..
OxyMem solves energy intensive wastewater treatment with an innovative ‘Drop in’ solution for wastewater aeration, the Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR). OxyMem MABR complements existing treatment systems and delivers up to 50% additional biological capacity in an existing aeration or alternatively enables you to replace a legacy system.
Conventional wastewater treatment consumes 2-3% of a nation’s electricity production. This is due a 100 years reliance on bubble diffusion for conventional treatment plants which will typically suffer energy losses of 65-70% in the process because of the oxygen transfer limitations in the process.
OxyMem does not have any such limitations. OxyMem uses hollow fibre gas permeable membranes to support a fixed film ecosystem for the biology which allows for direct delivery of oxygen to the micro-organisms.
OxyMem can achieve 95% oxygen transfer rates which results in superior energy performance (75% saving), lower sludge production (50% less sludge), along with impressive process resilience.. .
VivaGreen is a knowledge-based company that is driven by the founders’ engineering backgrounds to bring fresh, innovative products made from renewable resources to the marketplace. VivaGreen is a world leader in the research and development of Biodegradable, Chemical and Plastic-Free materials and we are committed to producing products that are not only the greenest products, but are also unquestionably of the highest quality.
For information on our products please visit https://vivagreengroup.com/. .
Trinity Green Energies Ltd
Trinity Green Energies (TGE) is a research and development company. It is a Trinity College campus company founded in 2014.
The company has a broad-based scientific and business focus which is represented by the founders of the company. It is located in the research laboratories of Trinity College Dublin.
The company has a research agreement with TCD to advance the development of energy-related technologies. The company holds international patents in this area.
The company is funded by private investors and participates in publicly funded research programmes. The company is an innovation partner within the SFI-funded AMBER Centre for research into new materials and nanotechnology..
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