Nutrient Removal News

  1. New Nereda Plant For Brazil Announced

    Royal HaskoningDHV’s Nereda technology has again been selected as the first choice for a new municipal wastewater treatment plant in Brazil. A new plant is to be built at Tijuco Preto, in Sumaré in the state of São Paolo. This takes the total number of Nereda projects in the South American country so far to seven, with six already built, under construction or design.

  2. H2O Innovation Awarded $3.9 M Of New Wastewater Contracts In The United States

    H2O Innovation Inc. ("H2O Innovation" or the "Corporation") (TSX VENTURE:HEO)(ALTERNEXT:MNEMO:ALHEO)(OTCQX:HEOFF) is proud to announce that it was awarded two (2) new wastewater projects in the United States.

  3. Environment Technologies That Help Extract Optimum Value From Wastewater Prove Hugely Successful

    The rapid depletion of natural resources and exacerbation of environmental issues following large-scale industrialization is intensifying the need for advanced environment and sustainability (E&S) technologies.

  4. Water Environment Research Open Access Article Discusses Sidestream Deammonification, pH-Based Aeration Control Method

    A deammonification method that resulted in optimal ammonia removal at a water resource recovery facility in Virginia is the topic of the open access article in the June 2017 edition of Water Environment Research (WER).

  5. Water Environment & Reuse Foundation Awards Contract To Develop Scientifically Sound Nutrient Goals

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) recently awarded a contract to LimnoTech to develop scientifically sound nutrient goals. The research will help states and communities facing regulatory challenges to develop total maximum daily loads (TMDL) and site-specific nutrient criteria.

  6. Reaching Legal Impasse, Iowa Utility Plans $15 Million Nutrient Removal Facility

    Des Moines Water Works tried to compel the agricultural sector to pay more for nutrient pollution cleanup, but the attempt ended in failure. Now the utility plans to invest heavily in addressing the problem on its own.

  7. Northumberland Visitor Centre Selects WPL Package Treatment

    A prestigious new visitor centre in the heart of Northumberland National Park will benefit from a specially designed package plant from WPL. The Sill National Landscape Discovery Centre, a £14.2m joint project between the National Park and the Youth Hostel Association, is being built with the help of £8m from the Heritage Lottery Fund. 

  8. Minnesota Tries Voluntary Program To Protect Water Quality

    To the frustration of many water utilities, farmers often push for voluntary water quality programs as opposed to mandatory ones. So, what do these voluntary programs look like and how effective are they?

  9. Bacteria May Supercharge The Future Of Wastewater Treatment

    Wastewater treatment plants have a PR problem: People don’t like to think about what happens to the waste they flush down their toilets. By Silke Schmidt

  10. Severn Trent Water Awards Further Contracts For Nereda Technology

    Severn Trent Water has awarded contracts to install Nereda technology at two more of its key wastewater treatment works, making the company the biggest supporter of the cutting edge water purification system in the UK to date.