Newterra is focused on providing modular water, wastewater, and groundwater treatment solutions for developers and small communities along with municipal, industrial, and mining clients. Newterra employs over 200 employees worldwide; all focused on our total commitment to project success. Our robust solutions are treating potable water, domestic wastewater, industrial process and wastewater, and contaminated groundwater in North America as well as some of the harshest environments on the planet.
COCHRANE by newterra
Throughout the world, you’ll find thousands of COCHRANE by newterra systems hard at work. Put our proven performance and experience to work in your boiler room or for any industrial water treatment and reuse applications that require reliable, on-spec solutions. COCHRANE is more than a name; it’s an industrial water treatment legend since 1863. For inventing the deaerator. For robust solutions. For performance that goes the distance.
Aeration Industries International
Aeration Industries International is a creative team of engineers, designers, technicians, and strategic thinkers who are passionate about water. We have the expertise and aeration equipment to provide a full range of wastewater treatment solutions to optimize municipal and industrial wastewater treatment applications; from process water supply to wastewater treatment, sludge management to produced water return. We also offer customized pond designs to support oxygen dispersion for aquaculture farms. Aeration Industries International combines patented technologies with engineering expertise to develop complete and customized water treatment solutions.
At StormwateRx, we specialize in industrial stormwater pollutant removal. We understand the needs of industrial customers, and we know how stormwater acts on pollutants in industrial environments. This expertise helps us cut to the chase. Our team will design or advise on equipment integration specific to your site at little-to-no additional cost. We never stop innovating. We’re continually enhancing our existing products, developing new technologies and applications, and subjecting them to ongoing, rigorous field and third-party testing. We offer installation, inspection, operation, and maintenance support for the life of your treatment system. Whether you want turn-key support or do-it-yourself consumables supply, our team will provide you with efficient and effective service, so your treatment technology or system provides the best possible results.
TIGG Corporation specializes in manufacturing equipment that uses granular activated carbon (GAC) as filtration media for water purification, environmental remediation, industrial processing and municipal water treatment applications. TIGG sells and rents drinking water purification equipment such as sand filters, multimedia filtration units, pressure filters and other complimentary equipment as part of integrated drinking water treatment systems. TIGG Corporation water treatment systems meet today’s most challenging puri cation needs – such as the removal of EPA-listed contaminants like PFOA and PFOS. In addition, our treatment systems are NSF/ANSI 61 and 372 Certified and one of the only manufacturers that can design, develop, build, and install a totally certified and comprehensive water treatment system. TIGG also offers other potable water treatment services including water treatment equipment rental programs and carbon exchange services. In addition to drinking water purification systems, TIGG manufactures potable water storage tanks, hydropneumatic surge tanks and wastewater treatment vessels.
TIGG's steel tank and pressure vessel manufacturing facility in Heber Springs, Arkansas, consists of nearly 155,000 square feet of shop and warehouse space situated on 40 acres of property. With a 30 foot under hook height at the state-of-the-art facility, TIGG is capable of fabricating tanks up to 14 feet in diameter. We have upgraded our state-of-the-art cutting, forming, fitting, welding, testing, blasting, and finishing equipment.
Aquip is a patented media filtration system for enhanced industrial stormwater treatment. Aquip is available in several performance levels, each specifically designed for the removal of stormwater pollutants such as suspended solids, turbidity, heavy metals (including dissolved metals), organics (e.g. BOD, volatile hydrocarbons, PCBs, PAHs), and nutrients (e.g. nitrogen and phosphorus).
Enwave New Orleans serves the mission-critical New Orleans Regional Medical Center and nearby commercial buildings. The company’s 26,000-ton chilled-water plant provides chilled water for air conditioning to more than 12 million sq ft of building space within a 15-square-block area. The company also provides steam to critical buildings in the district. Enwave identified COCHRANE® by newterra as the RO System of choice to handle their immediate water treatment needs, while offering a significant amount of savings in the long run.
newterra developed a modular membrane bioreactor (MBR) sewage treatment system for Bay Meadows Park - a year-round mobile home/RV park in Ontario, Canada. newterra was selected by Gunnell Engineering to provide a compact, self-contained treatment system to meet the extremely stringent limits required for surface discharge. The low maintenance system was engineered, built, installed and commissioned by newterra in less than 20 weeks, and is allowing the park to expand the number of sites on its property.
Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland® recently showcased an interview with Tom Vossman, CEO of newterra, Ltd., leaders in decentralized water treatment solutions. Originally aired on January 21, 2018, at 5:30 pm (EST) on Fox Business Network.
With the high cost of infrastructure replacement and demands for more stringent environmental standards, newterra modular treatment systems are driving the adoption of decentralized solutions. Our packaged sewage treatment plants minimize collection network requirements, reduce pumping costs, and deliver reuse quality effluent.
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Modular solutions engineered and built on our total commitment to project success. newterra is dedicated to enhancing current approaches and pioneering new treatment methods. Our commitment to innovation has yielded over 35 patents granted or pending.
Scalable, cost-effective solutions for development projects and WWTP retrofits. newterra is leading the way with decentralized wastewater solutions that help you reduce project costs with a sustainable treatment approach. Our modular membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems are scalable – allowing treatment infrastructure to be added in stages as capacity requirements grow.
The ion exchange process is an exchange of one ion for another, using a synthetic resin to perform the transfer of ions.
The deaerator (DA) in your facility is key part of your boiler feedwater treatment system and a vital safeguard for protecting and preserving your boiler equipment.
At newterra, we take full control of virtually every aspect of the treatment systems we build – from process design and engineering to manufacturing, installation, operations and ongoing parts & service support.
Membrane equipment – technologies that are widely used for the removal of various impurities and contaminants from the feed water to steam-generating boilers or other process equipment.
Feed water enters the vessel through an inlet valve and is sprayed out over the calcium carbonate media.
The COCHRANE® Atomizing Deaerator is a two-stage design.
newterra is your only source for genuine COCHRANE, Chicago Heater and Belco Water parts.
We understand you need to meet a rigorous set of quality standards and we are here to partner with you to design a customized solution to meet your needs. We will work with you to find an effective way to optimize oxygen dispersion, reduce sludge accumulation and eliminate the need for costly dredging.
The Aire-O2® Mixer ensures simple, nearly maintenance free operation with above surface float or fixed mounting options. The variable angle mixer performs in corrosive environments with no gear box and low power consumption in aeration tanks, oxidation ovals, digesters, lagoons, anoxic basins, and chemical mix tanks.
Ideal for industrial applications, our Aire-O2® Microfloat Dispersed Air Flotation (DAF) System is an effective, affordable, and reliable physical/chemical pre-treatment technology for removing up to 90% free-floating FOG, 60% TSS, and 30% BOD* - all at a much lower cost than traditional DAF systems.
Unique features allow the Aireo-O2 Triton® TR Series to perform in harsh conditions, while optimizing performance, efficiency, and maximizing oxygen transfer and mixing capabilites.
The Aire -02® 275 aspirator aerator offers high quality materials with the same engineering integrity as the Aire -02 aspirator aerator at a reduced price. Ideal for retrofits, upgrades, and supplemental aeration; this high quality, minimal maintenance aspirator is the simply installed solution for nearly any application.
With the growing use and challenge caused by supposedly flushable wipes, we have customized our Aire-O2® Aspirators with a larger stainless steel antifouling propeller and housing for low maintenance operation that excels in heavy debris conditions.
Ideal for municipal or industrial applications, the Argos SBR is comprised of the award-winning Aire-O2 Triton® aerator/mixer and a proven fixed decanter design, along with advanced controls and monitoring systems.
As an alternative to costly gravity sewer systems, or high maintenance pumping systems, Newterra offers Vacuflow, a proven, environmentally friendly vacuum collection system from Qua-vac.
Cost-effective treatment systems engineered and built for the toughest water challenges.
The particle size of activated carbon affects how any POU treatment system will perform. The smaller the particle size of the activated carbon, the faster the rate of removal, whether by adsorption or chemical reaction, because the contaminant has less distance to go to reach the pores in the center of the activated carbon particle. The faster the rate of adsorption, the better the POU system will perform. To illustrate the particle size effect on performance, let’s look at how an 8×30 mesh activated carbon resized to a 12×40, 20×40 and 20×50 mesh performs in a de-chlorination study.
Activated carbon is used to purify liquids and gases in a variety of applications, including municipal drinking water, food and beverage processing, odor removal, industrial pollution control, and point-of-use filters in the home.
The first step is to define the performance limiting factors in the application. For this application, most of the adsorber is used for MTBE adsorption in the ppb concentration range. Adsorption of BTEX, TBA, or humic acids or other total organic carbon (TOC) components are removed by the front end of the column.
Troy Alabama’s Wastewater Treatment Plant was faced with broken discs causing dropping dissolved oxygen (DO) levels in their oxidation ditch.
Sucrafor, a COSUMAR Groupe sugar beet processing plant in north east (Oriental) of Morocco, designed a wastewater treatment plant to maintain high organic loads through anaerobic, anoxic, and aerated lagoons; as they crush more than 5,000 tons of sugar beets daily.
Finca Empacadora de Tilapia Milagro is one of the fastest growing and successful tilapia projects in Central America since its operation started in 2015.
A winery in California faced the challenge of optimizing and treating their wastewater pond in a sustainable manner.
A California vineyard was faced with the challenge of meeting wastewater treatment compliance under a tight deadline defined by local regulators, while receiving ongoing odor complaints from the community.
In 2017 Aeration Industries provided its Tri-Oval system with three Triton aerator/mixers controlled by dissolved oxygen instrumentation to a municipality located in Tennessee.
Hussain Sagar Lake in India faced an inflow of untreated waste and pollution causing decreasing DO levels and foul odors in the nearby community.
Pacific Reef Fisheries (PRF) has been a valued Aeration Industries International (All) client dating back to 2003.
Dairy Crest Davidshow Creamery in Camelford, England is the largest cheddar cheese manufacturer in the UK.
The Schwartz Wastewater Treatment Plant at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, treated approximately 4 million gallons of wastewater per day.
In 2012, the Middlebury, Indiana Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) was faced with aging brush rotors and higher loads in their oxidation ditch system.
With increased effluent pollution restrictions on municipal wastewater treatment plants, cities are pressed to find ways to economically increase their effluent quality with little to no funding. Many new NPDES permits require the reduction of nitrate and/or phosphorous, as nutrient removal becomes more prevalent due to the effects of nitrogen and phosphorus on discharge receiving streams.
The Dubai Investment Park Wastewater Treatment plant in the United Arab Emirates faced challenges in their oxidation ditch due to filamentous sludge bulking, resulting in poor sludge settling in the secondary clarifier.
Daurala Organics Limited, a chemical producer in Daurala, India, managers 2780m3/d flow in their activated sludge process plant.
Successful aquaculture corporations know that there are many variables that need to be accounted for in order for the bottom line to be “in the black”, let alone grow annually by 10-20%.
The Kalamazoo Lake, Sewer and Water Authority (KLSWA) had all they could handle and more with their aging, failing aspirators, persistent fouling and ragging, and what seemed like an endless cycle of maintenance and repairs.
Big Park Domestic Wastewater Improvement District in Arizona had constructed a new 500,000 gallons per day biological wastewater treatment system in 1997.