Xzero is a Swedish company that has spent 20 years in R&D for a new technology for process water in the micro- and nanoelectronics industries. The basic idea is to recycle the water from waste water into Ultrapure Water. The most recent challenge has been to remove nanoparticles in order to make sure these are not spread in the environment and not enter the Ultrapure Water used in cleaning of the nanoelectronics. Third party tests on removal of nanoparticles have done by The Royal Institute of Technology and Swedish Environmental Research Institute (Sweden), Clarkson University (US), Manta Inc (US) and Anton Paar (Austria). All tests have confirmed Xzero’s exceptional capability in removing nanoparticles from water. In January 2015, Xzero started to industrialize the technology. Testing of the first full scale prototype of the industrialized equipment commenced in August 2016 and delivery of commercial equipment is slotted to late 2017.