Case Studies & Announcements

  1. Full-Scale Installation Report For Z-92® Uranium Removal – City Of Grand Island, NE
    8/7/2018

    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). 

  2. Full-Scale Installation Report For Z-88® Radium Removal – City Of San Angelo, TX
    8/9/2018

    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.

  3. Full-Scale Installation Report For Z-92® Uranium Removal – Morongo Del Sur, CA
    8/8/2018

    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).

  4. Full-Scale Installation Report For Z-88® Radium Removal – City of Bridgeton, NJ
    8/14/2018

    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.

  5. Full-Scale Installation Report For Z-88® Radium Removal – Village Of Oswego, IL
    8/6/2018

    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. 

  6. Full-Scale Installation Report For Z-92® Uranium Removal - Bass Lake Water Company – Bass Lake, CA
    8/1/2018

    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.

  7. Removing Hexavalent Chromium From Groundwater Supplies
    8/14/2018

    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).

  8. Pioneering Uranium Removal Facility Goes Online
    9/25/2012

    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.

  9. Z-92® Uranium Treatment Process - City Of Lawrenceville, Georgia Case Study
    8/9/2012

    This uranium removal pilot study was conducted for the City of Lawrenceville, GA at their Ezzard Road Well No. 3 treatment facility. The City of Lawrenceville's water system contains concentrations of uranium and gross alpha that are in excess of the maximum contaminant levels (MCL).

  10. Z-88® Radium Treatment Process - City Of Farmington, Missouri Case Study
    8/9/2012

    This radium removal pilot study was conducted for the City of Farmington, Missouri Well No. 17 treatment facility. The Farmington water system contains concentrations of radium and gross alpha in excess of the Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL).