Calix’s technology addresses global challenges such as carbon emissions, water treatment, infrastructure protection, food production, and energy with innovative industrial solutions.
Calix has developed, and is commercialising, a patent-protected technology platform that produces new materials and processes targeted at achieving a better and more sustainable future for all.
With global climate, energy, and sustainability challenges set to intensify, Calix's core technology is being used to develop more environmentally friendly solutions for a broad range of industries.
Calix is a team of dedicated people developing a patented technology to provide industrial solutions that address global sustainability challenges. The core technology is being used to develop environmentally friendly solutions for advanced batteries, crop protection, aquaculture, wastewater, and carbon reduction.
Calix has identified some key global challenges that have emerged in the last decade and are increasingly putting our planet at risk. By aligning innovation and development initiatives with the SDGs, Calix is driven to make an impactful and meaningful contribution to solving global challenges.
Because there’s only one Earth. Mars is for quitters.
At the core of Calix’s diverse and versatile innovations is a pioneering technology that re-imagines the calcination process, enabling new applications and materials that solve global challenges.
Nano-active materials produced by the Calix technology are being used in wastewater treatment, lake remediation, aquaculture, crop protection, and advanced batteries. Calix technology also allows for the direct separation of CO2, allowing it to be used for carbon dioxide reduction in traditionally carbon dioxide intensive industries, such as lime and cement production.
Simon Thomsen, Calix Project Engineer explains how Calix applied its technology to the cement and lime industries, by increasing the temperature, and improving the efficiency, performance and operativity of the process.
Mark Sceats, Calix Chief Scientist, discusses the evolution of the Calix Technology behind Project LEILAC and the value of a collaborative approach with industry “the involvement of industry is absolutely critical” he says.
Calix works with a global network of research and development collaborators, including governments, research institutes and universities, some of world’s largest companies, and a growing customer base and distributor network for its commercialised products and processes.
Calix’s ACTI-Mag is helping make water and wastewater treatment more sustainable, and convertible into renewable energy.
In Europe, fungicides and pesticides need to be re-registered every 10 years to ensure they comply with stringent safety standards. Many of the products in use currently are unlikely to achieve re-registration, thus creating demand for safer alternatives.
The cost to develop a new crop protection product averages US$250 million and 10 years but farmers need safe, affordable crop protection products now.
Find out how Calix’s BOOSTER-Mag can increase yields and boosts resistance to pests and diseases while making crop protection safer.
With its new BATMn reactor in Victoria (Australia), Calix is developing high performance, affordable, and more recyclable lithium ion hybrid batteries based on nano-active electrode materials.
Find out how the application of the Calix Flash Calciner technology to batteries could be a gamechanger in terms of providing cheaper and more sustainable energy storage across electric transportation, portable electronics, and large kilowatt power systems.
At Calix, we continuously ask the following question to ourselves: with global climate, energy, and sustainability issues set to intensify, how can we use our technology, people and expertise to help solve the challenges that are increasingly putting our planet at risk.
Calix has created a series of webinars so you can take advantage of Calix’s know-how without leaving your home or office.
In this webinar, Calix Business Development Manager Sam Sood and Calix Operations and Sales Engineer Shayne Rettke will discuss how Calix has leveraged a culture of innovation to provide fully customised services such as design expertise, engineering know-how, detailed engineering, installation & commissioning services to provide turnkey systems for chemical dosing.
Anaerobic digestion is a way of adding value to operations. It consists of converting organic matter present in the wastewater sludge into biogas for energy, while reducing the organic load in the treated water. But biogas production can be tricky. In this webinar, Michael explains how you can use ACTI-Mag to improve wastewater treatment performance and boost biogas generation.
Calix supports WaterAid programs to facilitate access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities.
This partnership with WaterAid aligns perfectly with our purpose and the reason why we exist, “We Solve Global Challenges” and with our core value of “positive impact”.