Nutrient Removal News

  1. ReNEW Water Project Measures Water, Nutrients, Energy Recovered By U.S. Utilities

    The first-ever analysis of resource recovery by U.S. water utilities shows significant progress in using biosolids and generating energy, but large growth opportunities in water reuse and nutrient capture.

  2. Shafdan Wastewater Treatment Plant Will Be The First In The Region To Install An Ostara Nutrient Recovery Facility

    Mey Ezor Dan announced today they will install a Nutrient Recovery Facility in partnership with Ostara at their Shafdan Wastewater Treatment Plant, located in the heart of Israel, serving a population equivalent of more than 2.5 million people in the greater Tel Aviv metropolitan area.

  3. Seven RFPs Released For WRF Research

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF) recently announced that Requests for Proposals (RFPs) are available for six new research projects funded under the Solicited Research Program. In addition, one new RFP was posted under the Emerging Opportunities Program. All RFPs are available online.

  4. City Of St. Cloud To Install Ostara’s Nutrient Recovery Technology As Key Part Of The City’s Nutrient Recovery And Reuse Project

    The City of St. Cloud has selected Vancouver-based Ostara to install a nutrient recovery system at their Wastewater Treatment Facility, as part of the City’s Nutrient Recovery and Reuse (NR2) Project.

  5. Microvi And Southern Water To Demonstrate Phosphorus Removal And Recovery Using Microvi MNE Process

    Microvi Biotech, Inc. and Southern Water Services Ltd. announced the implementation of a project in England that will demonstrate Microvi's innovative technology for phosphorus (P) removal and recovery.

  6. Water Warriors And InNow India Introduce Cost-Effective And Efficient Water Treatment To Fight Water Pollution Epidemic In India

    Water Warriors Inc. (Water Warriors) and InNow India Pvt. Ltd. (InNow) recently announced a joint venture to provide cost-effective and efficient aeration system and super biomedia for treating wastewater from commercial and municipal developments in India and the surrounding region.

  7. Research Honored For Contribution To Water Management

    The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces the 2018 WEF Awards recipients for published papers. The WEF Published Papers Awards recognize WEF members for valuable research that has the potential for broad contribution to industrial wastewater management.

  8. Cranfield And Severn Trent One Of Top 100 Global Partnerships

    Cranfield University and Severn Trent’s strategic partnership has been named one of the ‘top 100 corporate-academic partnerships’ in the world by leading international academic journal, Nature.

  9. Ostara To Deliver City Of Atlanta Nutrient Recovery Facility Through Unique Alternative Finance Model

    Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies, Inc has announced its partnership with the City of Atlanta Department of Watershed Management to install and operate a Nutrient Recovery Facility at the R.M. Clayton Water Reclamation Center (WRC), delivered under a design-build agreement and financed through a unique operating lease model.

  10. Scientists And Water Treatment Plants Are Working Together On Green Water Treatment

    Using plants and animals to purify waste water while extracting raw materials: that is the principle of Aquafarm. In early September, after a year and a half of research, a trial setup was launched which should lead to the first biological water purification within four years.