Technology Scans are designed to move innovation into practice and have engaged more than 1,200 organizations representing municipal and industrial facility owners, consulting firms, regulators, and venture capitalists.
Using a 3-step process, Technology Scans begin with an application from the provider of innovative technology or process. The technology is then evaluated for its commercial readiness, and all technical claims are reviewed. Upon successful review, selected technologies are invited to present to our audiences, which are appropriate to their commercial readiness, to garner interest in the early adoption of the technology.
The process is free to innovators and the application does NOT require access to business-sensitive or confidential material.
The Technology Scans process identifies, evaluates, and markets innovative technologies and processes to inform water facility owners, funders, advisors, and end-users in order to promote early adoption of the technologies. We offer innovators an optimal platform to introduce their emerging, pre-commercial, or newly commercialized technologies. In the interest of ensuring that water utilities are aware of and consider all available innovations, we invite all water innovators to tell us about your technology.
Submit Your Technology
Complete an application on WRF TechLink to have your technology reviewed by our expert panel.
Not only has it helped to legitimize our technology within the municipal biosolids sector, it has also been a source of multiple serious project leads.
How to Submit
Submitting your technology is easy, just follow these four steps.
3. Set-up Your Profile
When you first sign-in to WRF TechLink, you will be prompted to complete your account profile. Fill out your profile and sign in again.
4. Complete Your Application
Click the "Apply Now" button in WRF TechLink, fill out your technical information, and click submit. Complete applications are then reviewed by volunteer expert reviewers.
Volunteer Expert Pool
A technical review of these applications was conducted by expert panels representing the consulting, academic, and utility perspectives. These panels provide feedback the claims made in the applications and confirm or revise the technology development level. Are you interested in helping?
Graduates are technologies that since their acceptance via a Technology Scan have made significant progress and are now widely deployed in a geographic market. To learn more about the program, please see the Graduates page.
Contact us with questions about Technology Scans.