Tech Transfer That Begins With The Elements

Technologies for the Elements


Water recycling and reclamation

Water recycling reclaims spent water in industrial processes, treats it, and puts it back into circulation, creating a closed-loop water supply. Closed-loop water supply contributes to a circular economy, significantly reducing demand for natural resources and conserving energy.

We have a variety of membrane, bio-organic, chemical and innovative solutions, with an in-house team that spans over 20 years of experience within the industry

Carbon Capture

From Downflow Gas Contactor (DGC) Technology to Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS), we offer a range of solutions to help achieve net-zero.

Dry media, active carbon filters capture CO2, while DGC technology separates CO2 from air gas streams, producing a pure CO2 stream.


Air Pollution

Air pollution affects local areas, so it has to be controlled. Fume scrubbers and SO2 and HCI scrubbers are particularly useful for flue gases.

Odour control and ventilation is another concern area for manufacturers and processing plants, with wet scrubbers and biological systems available

Forward Osmosis: The Solution to Difficult Wastewater Treatment

Sustainability is essential for minimising adverse environmental impacts, whatever the industrial process or commercial activity. We must conserve energy and natural resources, all while meeting Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

To achieve a more sustainable future, Joshua Tree collaborates with Government and industry on climate action projects with innovative technologies for CO2 capture, scrubbing methane emissions, recycling water and much more.

Our Mission

We are contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) created by the United Nations. We aim to address global challenges – ranging from climate, water and food crises – with innovative solutions that drive positive change and innovation.

Here are our sustainability goals:

Blue economy

Enhance Blue Economy

The blue economy is the sustainable use of ocean resources for economic development. Considering Renewable energies, Fisheries, Maritime Treatment, Tourism, and Water-Waste Management will be pivotal for tackling Climate Change.

Recover Our Water

To treat, purify and cleanse our Lakes, Rivers and Waterbeds. 80% of all litter found within oceans originates from land-based sources. It is reported that there are over 525 trillion pieces of trash within our ocean at present.

Neutralise Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Alongside Carbon Dioxide, Methane and Sulfur gasses present a myriad of human, animal and ecological disasters. By capturing Methane, Sulfur, Nitrates along-with Carbon, we can bring a circular economy that uses otherwise harmful gasses.

Blue economy

Provide Clean Water And Sanitation

As denoted from the United Nations, we are committed to the Global promise of bringing Clean, potable water across to the 2.2 billion+ families that continue to live life with insecure water access.

Attain Net-Negative Carbon

We share the ambitions of academic writer, Johannes Bednar that operationalizing the net-negative carbon economy is the only viable path for limiting our global warming to 1.5 Degrees Celsius.

End “Waste”

On a daily basis, we dump over 2 billion tons of waste across the globe. Our vision is simple: To end the concept of waste. We are embarking on this journey, ensuring financial and economic prosperity come as a natural consequence.

Resiliency Solutions For Disaster Management

Resiliency solutions are about providing the tools, technology, know-how expertise and financial mechanisms needed for vulnerable communities to stay strong through adverse environmental conditions. Disasters are expected to displace 14 million people annually, while over 410 million people are at risk from rising sea-levels alone. These unsettling forecasts demand for us to bring strategic action forth to prepare our global family for the worst.

Combat Air Pollution

Even within the UK, a nation with some of the most stringent Air Pollution regulations, we continue to suffer from poor quality air. Defra suggest lung irritation, inflammation and a reduction of oxygen travelling to the heart as primary short-term impacts of poor quality air, with a disproportionate impact across lower social-economic groups.

We are ready to act on worldwide issues, together.

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