Nutrient Removal News

  1. World Water Works Selected For New Project With Emporia Wastewater Treatment Plant In Kansas

    World Water Works, Inc., a manufacturer of specialized advanced wastewater treatment solutions, has been selected to implement their Ideal IFAS (integrated fixed-film activated sludge) technology at the Emporia Wastewater Treatment Plant in Emporia, Kansas.

  2. Excitement Brews As MWRD Begins Accepting High Strength Organic Materials

    As tanker trucks rolled into the Stickney Water Reclamation Plant (WRP) recently, there was one truck in particular that the Monitoring and Research Department at the Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago (MWRD) was anticipating.

  3. The AquaNereda® Aerobic Granular Sludge System Is Now Available In The United States And Canada, Exclusively From Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. (Loves Park, IL) officially introduced the AquaNereda® aerobic granular sludge system during the company’s national training seminar on April 6, 2017.

  4. Researchers Claim Nutrient Removal Breakthrough

    Researchers say a breakthrough in nutrient removal processes will make it easier to get nitrogen and phosphorus out of water.

  5. Environmentalists: Permits Allow For Nitrogen Contamination Of Connecticut River

    Springfield, CT, is having significant problems when it comes to its sewage system. It pumps large amounts of pollution into the Connecticut River, which in turn sends it flowing south through the state and into the Long Island Sound.

  6. Wastewater Nutrients Converted Into Clean Fertiliser

    Aalto University's water and environmental technology laboratory gives off an undeniable whiff of the sewer – and this stench has its roots in a failed West African recycling business. By Minna Hölttä

  7. Iowa Considers $850 Million Water Package

    State lawmakers in Iowa are is in the midst of a heated debate over how much money the state should devote to addressing nutrient pollution following years of failed efforts to bolster funding for water quality.

  8. WE&RF Accepting Pre-Proposals For Subscriber Priority Research Program

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) is seeking pre-proposals for funding consideration under the 2017 Subscriber Priority Research Program.

  9. Spinoff That Puts Phosphorus In Its Place Signs Key Contract

    In a bit of high-tech judo, a UW–Madison spinoff has started selling a technology to transform phosphorus at wastewater treatment plants from a major headache into an asset. By David Tenenbaum

  10. Black & Veatch’s Global Technology Leader In Wastewater Treatment Joining Houston Regional Office

    Andrew Shaw, a leader in the water and wastewater industry, is relocating to Black & Veatch’s Houston Regional Office with a focus on nutrient removal, sustainability and wastewater reuse.