Nutrient Removal News

  1. Report: Climate Change To Exacerbate Nitrogen Pollution

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

  2. Praxair To Deliver Technical Presentation During WEFTEC

    Praxair, Inc. announced recently that the company will be delivering a technical presentation and exhibiting in booth 651 at the 90th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference, WEFTEC 2017.

  3. Water Environment Research Open Access Article Compares Ammonia Removal Methods

    An evaluation of zeolite-based systems for ammonia removal is the topic of the open access article in the September 2017 special issue of Water Environment Research (WER) on adsorption.

  4. Advanced Water Treatment Technology Drives Green Dairy Processes

    Up to one billion litres of milk a year are processed and packaged by the dairy industry, using energy and water intensive procedures that produce hundreds of cubic metres of high strength wastewater every day.

  5. World Water Works Upgrades Deammonification Technology

    World Water Works, Inc., an innovator in wastewater treatment, has recently upgraded its deammonification (DEMON™) technology to include a micro-screen, replacing the hydrocyclones previously in place in the system.

  6. Wareham, Massachusetts Water Facility Plans To Double Capacity While Improving Water Quality In Buzzards Bay

    Facing expanding coverage territories and stricter regulations regarding the concentrations of nitrates and phosphorous in treated wastewater, the Wareham, Massachusetts Water Pollution Control Facility (WPCF), led by Director Guy Camphina Sr., turned to Water Warriors as their water treatment technology partner to meet its evolving needs.

  7. Toxic Algae Plagues Milwaukee Waters

    Toxic algae is creating headaches for Milwaukee officials this summer.

  8. Major Algal Bloom Has Florida Worried

    Florida’s largest freshwater lake is thick with toxic algae, fueling concerns that it will spread to other water bodies and sparking a debate over whether decisions by water managers helped encourage the growth of this bloom.

  9. Water Reclamation Facility Upgrades Help Keep Chesapeake Bay Clean

    Anne Arundel County leadership in Maryland recently celebrated the successful completion of upgrades to the Cox Creek Water Reclamation Facility (WRF), designed to drastically reduce pollutants in local waterways.

  10. WE&RF Awards Research Contract To Create Modeling Guidance For Developing Nutrient Goals

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) recently awarded a contract to Brown and Caldwell to create Modeling Guidance for Developing Site-Specific Nutrient Goals – Demonstration, Screening Level Application (LINK4T17).