Water-stressed Singapore bets on new technology to secure supply.

Source: SINGAPORE -- André Stolz calls his company's feature product a "super-absorbent" sponge: a carbon-fiber filter made from recycled paper and cotton that can suck oil or industrial contaminants out of water. The company, EcoWorth, a start-up spun out of the Nanyang Technology University, three years ago, has so far raised around $1 million through grants, angel investments and bootstrapping to help commercialize its 'carbon fiber aerogel' technology. After a series of successful trials, the company is looking for fresh funding to take the technology to scale and tap into an expe

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