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WRT offers the simplest, safest, most cost effective and environmentally sound processes available for removing radium, uranium and other contaminants from water.
With over 100 full scale systems currently in operation, WRT has the experience, resources and capabilities to address your radioactive contaminant issue.
WRT's total solutions represent the most efficient and environmentally progressive services in the industry for meeting regulatory compliance standards.
A single WRT Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment system was selected by the City of Grand Island, NE to remove high concentrations of uranium in three city wells. When the Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment system was installed in 2012, it was the largest uranium treatment facility in the nation. The high uranium in the raw water source is consistently being reduced to levels below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL).
The City of San Angelo, TX selected WRT’s Z-88 Radium Removal treatment system for reducing high levels of radium in their wells. The city’s Phase I treatment plan was fulfilled in 2014 with the installation of the first Z-88 Radium Removal treatment system. This large treatment facility has been reducing the levels of radium below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) since it’s inception.
The Golden State Water Company selected WRT’s Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment system to reduce high concentrations of uranium in a single treatment system for three wells located in the Morongo Valley of California. Since installation of the Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment system in Morongo del Sur in 2013, the uranium levels are being reduced to levels below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL).
WRT’s Z-88® Radium Removal treatment system was selected to remove high concentrations of radium in two treatment facilities for the City of Bridgeton, NJ. Both treatment facilities are now producing safer drinking water since the installation of the Z-88® Radium Removal treatment systems in 2009 and 2010.
The Village of Oswego, IL selected WRT’s Z-88® Radium Removal treatment system to remove high concentrations of radium in their public drinking water. Eight city wells are currently being treated by Z-88® Radium Removal treatment systems. All eight treatment facilities are now producing safer drinking water since the first installations in 2005.
Bass Lake Water Company selected WRT’s Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment system to remove high concentrations of uranium from their raw water source. The Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment system is consistently reducing the uranium levels below the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) since the 2007 installation.
The chromium removal pilot study was conducted for the County of San Bernardino, CA at their CSA 70 Zone J - Well 5 treatment facility. Chromium in the CSA 70 Zone J – Well 5 raw water source exceeds the current Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL).
WRT - Water Remediation Technology, LLC
5525 W. 56th Avenue, Suite 100
Arvada, CO 80002
Contact: Ron Dollar
Water Remediation Technology (WRT) is pleased to announce the acquisition of the Loprest Water Treatment Company (Loprest).
WRT introduces an affordable solution for chromium removal.
WRT has recently completed the final step in their goal to eliminate the disposal of treatment residuals and the associated long term liability from their Z-92® Uranium Removal treatment process.
The construction of WRT’s new media production and processing facility is underway.
In an attempt to get ahead of the curve of rising uranium content and government regulations, the City of Grand Island, NE, recently opened a $3-million uranium removal facility, the largest of its kind in the nation.
The 2012 BlueTech Forum, the water industry’s premier conference on innovative water technologies, announced recently the winners of the BlueTech Showcase, a unique platform for companies from around the world that are active in areas that are hot-spots of innovation and opportunity to present disruptive water technologies and business strategies.
A new uranium removal system provided by Water Remediation Technology, LLC (WRT®) will enable the City of Lawrenceville, Ga., to open a well that has concentrations of uranium that exceed the Environmental Protection Agency’s maximum contaminant level (MCL) for drinking water
Water Remediation Technology, LLC (WRT®) has installed and put into operation two new Z-88® Radium Removal systems in the Village of Antioch, further expanding its operations in Illinois. Under a 20-year contact, the WRT system will improve the quality and safety of drinking water for residents
The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources has issued Water Remediation Technology, LLC (WRT) a Radioactive Material License for the removal, storage, and handling of natural radium and uranium from the state’s drinking water
Residents of Sycamore, Ill., will now have safer drinking water, thanks to the new Z-88™ radium removal system provided by Water Remediation Technology, LLC (WRT®). The addition of the Sycamore system marks the 17th installation that WRT is operating in Illinois
Water Remediation Technology, LLC (WRT) provides effective processes for removing radium, uranium and other contaminants from water.
Water Remediation Technology’s goal is to “be a premier drinking water contaminant removal company, by offering cost effective, long term, total solutions including environmentally safe disposal.”
WRT has developed an innovative cost-efficient water treatment process and proprietary treatment media that offers many advantages over other technology including: no chemicals added, no liquid waste stream generated and no backwash required, minimal maintenance and operation, no handing of radioactive materials, media or chemicals by utility staff, safe exchange of media, proper handling and disposal of used media, and guaranteed process performance.
WRT has always provided long term service agreements as part of it’s offering which includes the replacement, handling, exchange, transportation and disposal of treatment media. These services are typically provided on a cost-per-gallons treated basis.
WRT believes in safely and properly disposing of radioactive residuals and was the first company involved in the radium removal technology market to offer a cost effective means by which the contaminate collected was not “backwashed” down the sewer. To that end WRT has secured long term disposal agreements to insure the proper disposal of the “TENORM” material generated by the radium removal process. Uranium residuals are transferred to a processor for use in the fuel cycle, ending the long term liability for the customer.
Radiation safety, licensing, compliance, monitoring and training is provided by WRT Radiation Safety Officers. WRT holds Radioactive Materials Licenses in several states including California, Illinois, New Jersey and Wisconsin.
WRT has completed over 100 radionuclide removal pilot studies in 23 states, with additional pilot studies underway. WRT currently has over 100 full scale systems in operation or under construction in 19 states with many more in the development stages.
On-site pilot testing is available, and WRT’s total solution represents simple and effective processes for meeting regulatory compliance.
WRT’s goal is to continue to offer innovative solutions to contaminant removal applications for the municipal water market.
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|WRT 2019 Tradeshow Calendar|
|NJ - AWWA Annual Conference||The Borgata - Atlantic City, NJ||March 19-21, 2019|
|NY - AWWA Water Event & Expo 2019||Saratogo Springs City Center - Saratogo Springs, NY||April 16-18, 2019|
|Texas Water 2019||George R. Brown Convention Center - Houston, TX||April 2-5, 2019|
|AWWA ACE19 Annual Conference & Exposition (American Water Works Association)||Colorado Convention Center - Denver, CO||June 9-12, 2019|
|NJ Water Association 2019 Management & Technical Conference||Golden Nugget - Atlantic City, NJ||October 16-17, 2019|
|CA-NV AWWA Annual Fall Conference||Town & Country Hotel - San Diego, CA||October 21-24, 2019|