Nutrient Removal News

  1. Despite Low Toxicity, Toledo Residents Concerned Over Algal Bloom
    10/11/2017

    It has now been over two years since the city of Toledo, OH, had to ban water for 400,000 people due to contamination from toxic algae. But concerns still persist.

  2. Aqualia, Chosen To Manage The New Burgos Treatment Plant
    10/10/2017

    Aqualia has been awarded the contract to operate the Burgos WWTP. The specifications required the delivery of a very advanced and innovative technical offer, in line with a sustainable and coherent economic proposal, and this was precisely Aqualia's great asset.

  3. Fluence Corporation Limited Wins First SUBRE Contract
    10/10/2017

    Fluence Corporation Limited (“Fluence” or the “Company”), a global leader in water and wastewater treatment solutions, recently announced that it has been awarded its first SUBRE contract to upgrade a centralized wastewater treatment plant.

  4. CH2M, Alexandria Renew Enterprises Honored With Esteemed Award At WEFTEC 2017
    10/4/2017

    Alexandria Renew Enterprises can now add Water Environment Federation Project Excellence Award-winner to its already impressive list of accolades, which includes being the first utility in the U.S. to implement a full-scale mainstream deammonification system and the first utility in the world to use this technology to meet very low nitrogen limits.

  5. Collaborative Approach Proposed For Reducing Nutrient Pollution In Nation's Waterways
    10/3/2017

    Recently at WEFTEC, the largest annual water quality conference in the world, the US Water Alliance, National Association of Clean Water Agencies (NACWA), and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) released a new collaborative approach on how to reduce nutrient pollution in our nation's waterways.

  6. The MWRD Of Greater Chicago’s Nutrient Recovery Facility Earns Top Honor From Water Environment Federation
    10/3/2017

    The world’s largest nutrient recovery facility that improves water quality of the Chicago Area Waterway System while reducing downstream phosphorus discharges into the Gulf of Mexico has won a coveted Project Excellence Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF).

  7. The MWRD Of Greater Chicago's Nutrient Recovery Facility Earns Top Honor From Water Environment Federation
    10/2/2017

    The world's largest nutrient recovery facility that improves water quality of the Chicago Area Waterway System while reducing downstream phosphorus discharges into the Gulf of Mexico has won a coveted Project Excellence Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF).

  8. New York Water Supplies Inundated With Harmful Algal Bloom
    9/28/2017

    Though the summer temperatures that typically encourage them are waning, New York state is dealing with an inundation of toxic algae that may imperil drinking water.

  9. Washington Dairy Introduces Cutting-Edge Nutrient Removal Solution
    9/21/2017

    All too often, nutrient pollution issues from industrial and agricultural wastewater operations fall on local utilities to solve.

  10. Report: Climate Change To Exacerbate Nitrogen Pollution
    9/15/2017

    Already widespread, nitrogen contamination of environmental waters is on the rise, according to a major study published this summer in the journal Science.