The core technology is being used to develop more environmentally friendly solutions for advanced batteries, crop protection, aquaculture, wastewater, and carbon reduction.
Calix develops its technology via a global network of research and development collaborations, 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.
Solving global challenges has been the basis of our passion and our business for over a decade, in our quest to become a leading global innovator of industrial solutions for the environment.
Calix has unique potential to scale solutions to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. Innovating for the Earth is the very essence of what we do.Our purpose explained
Calix’s technology addresses global challenges such as carbon emissions, water treatment, infrastructure protection, food production, and energy with innovative industrial solutions.
Calix has moved strategically to commercialise its unique technology.
Calix was founded in 2005 by Connor Horley (deceased) and Mark Sceats (current Executive Director and Chief Scientist) to patent, develop and commercialise a novel mineral processing technology that was initially developed by Connor.
Calix tested this Calix Flash Calciner (CFC) processing concept in a batch processing plant at Jacobs Well, Queensland. In 2010, Calix established its first continuous flash calciner pilot plant at Bacchus Marsh, Victoria (commissioned in September 2010).
Calix is founded.
First pilot calciner facility is built to test what was possible.
First continuous calciner plant CFC 850 at Bacchus Marsh.
Acquisition of Myrtle Springs mining tenements.
Awarded UK Government’s DECC grant to develop the Endex technology.
World’s first 30kTpa commercial CFC demonstrator.
First plant in South East Asia established.
First Magnesium Hydroxide Liquid (MHL) manufacturing facilities established in both VIC and QLD.
Awarded a Commercialisation Australia grant helps accelerating the roll-out of our proprietary MHL slurrying technology via transportable batching plants.
Establishment of a JV and MHL facility in the Philippines.
Calix wins the Water Category Awards at the 2014 Australian Technologies Competition.
ABA100 Winner for Best Technology Product in The Australian Business Awards 2015.
Calix wins Agritech Award and is nominated Australia’s best emerging tech company of the year at the annual Australian Technologies Competition.
Awarded an Accelerating Commercialisation Australia grant to support BOOSTER-Mag commercialisation for agriculture.
LEILAC consortium secures €12 Million EU Horizon 2020 Funding to demonstrate our CFC technology to reduce carbon emissions from cement and lime industries.
Calix part of EU H2020 SOCRATCES Project – winning 5m Euros for solar thermo chemical storage pilot project.
Calix wins $0.8m in Advanced Manufacturing Growth Fund for advanced battery materials project.
On 20 July 2018, Calix successfully completed its initial public offering (IPO) and its shares commenced trading on the Australian Stock Exchange.
Calix lists on the ASX, raising A$8m to accelerate growth.
Calix LEILAC Project begins construction at HeidelbergCement factory in Lixhe, Belgium.
Calix enters 10-year distribution agreement with Afepasa to supply bioactive magnesium hydroxide for agriculture.
The core technology platform is a reinvention of the kiln process, which can produce high purity, high surface area products that have high levels of reactivity.
New materials produced by Calix technology are proving to have similar reactive properties to Nano Particles, without the safety concerns or high cost of production.
Calix technology also allows for the direct separation of CO2, allowing it to be used for CO2 reduction in traditionally CO2 intensive industries, such as lime and cement production.
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.
With quality, cost and sustainability in mind, Calix has developed solutions to help improve food production in agriculture without anti-biotics, fungicides and pesticides.Read more
We help airports control odours from wastewater and protect sewer assets more effectively.Read more
Calix’s technology has the potential to enable both the cement and lime industries reduce their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions dramatically.Read more
We help food manufacturers reach higher standards of wastewater treatment for environmental discharge.Read more
We help councils & water authorities manage water and wastewater challenges.Read more
Calix has a team of talented individuals who are passionate about the growth and success of the organisation. As we grow we will continue to have job opportunities across a variety of areas.
A career at Calix provides opportunities within an innovative environment, working alongside skilled professionals. As part of a close-knit team, our team members have the opportunity to develop their skills whilst contributing to environmental sustainability and our Australian success story.
Register your interest by sending us your CV and a cover letter, and we will contact you when an opportunity arises.
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