MOVA Technologies Opens R & D Facility in Pulaski

Pulaski County, VAThe Patriot recently reported that MOVA Technologies has opened a Research & Development facility in the Town of Pulaski. According to MOVA’s website, they are a “ClimateTech company specializing in air-capture technology applying sustainable, circular principles to selectively capture and harvest contaminants as valuable byproducts that can be sold and reused.”

The Research & Development (R & D) facility will allow for enhanced production and design of MOVA’s state-of-the-art pollutant capture technology.

MOVA CEO John Schott said, “We’re researching selective air filtration technology so that we can target a specific contaminant for capture and harvesting … so that it can be redeployed as a resource.”

MOVA anticipates expanding their current R & D workforce and building a bigger facility in the next few years.

Read the full article here.

Discover more about Pulaski County here.

photo by William Paine of The Patriot


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