Three North Carolina startups raise new capital, according to securities filings.

Here’s a roundup with reports from North Carolina Business News Wire.

  • Product Recovery Technology raises another $1.3 million

By Meghan Siegmund

FRANKLINTON — Product Recovery Technology Inc., which breaks down used rubber products, has raised another $1.3 million in a private equity offering, according to a Thursday filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The Franklinton-based company previously raised $1.17 million in June and $1.3 million in March of this year.

The company has a $600,000 left to raise to meet its goal of of $5 million. According to the filing, the money was raised by 37 investors.

Product Recovery Technology, which acquired solar thermal company Holocene Technologies in 2016, is led by Chief Executive Officer Jason Williams.

Williams founded Urgent Cares of America in 2001, where he served as president and CEO until 2010.

“Other than the payment of salaries and other compensation and benefits, no officer, director or promoter will receive any payments from the proceeds of this offering,” said the company in the filing.

PRTI was founded in 2013 and has one facility in Franklinton. The company’s patented rubber depolymerization system fractionalizes rubber and tire waste into syngas, steel, oil and carbon products.

The company has partnered with Raleigh-based Causam Energy to use its EnergyNet software to sell its distributed energy back to the power grid through local utilities across North America.

  • Charlotte-based Netsanity, a parental control tech company, raises $250,000

By Charlotte Chilton

CHARLOTTE — Netsanity, a Charlotte-based technology company, raised $250,000 in equity from one undisclosed individual, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The company hopes to raise a total of $1 million, the recent investment leaves a remaining $758,000 to be raised.

Netsanity has a $25,000 investment minimum and declined to disclose the amount of the issuer size.

The company did not disclose how the proceeds of the investment will be used.

Netsanity is a technology company that allows parents to control their children’s mobile devices. It is compatible with iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Samsung mobile devices.

Carl Petrovsky is the company’s chief executive officer and one of its founders. He previously was senior director of enterprise sales at CENTRI Technology and managing partner of Reva Networks LLC.

  • Wilmington-based Petrics raises over $650,000

By Addison Lalier

WILMINGTON – Petrics Inc., a North Carolina-based pet technology startup, raised over $650,000 in a private equity offering, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Petrics is a pet health company that develops digital products and software that allows owners to manage, track and respond to their pets’ health needs.

The Petrics mobile app is the company’s first product. It includes information on food ingredients, nutrition data and sends owners alerts of upcoming appointments, food recalls and medication refills. The app is not yet available for download.

Founded in 2015, the company intends to raise a total of $673,753, with $21,295 remaining to be sold, through eight investors.

In early 2018, Petrics will launch the first smart bed that offers a climate control feature and tracks your pet’s weight and activity. The bed will connect to the Activity Tracker in the mobile app.

Petrics did not disclose what it intended to do with the funds.