Nutrient Removal News

  1. Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc. Acquires Assets Of U.S.-Based Multiform Harvest Inc.

    Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc.(“Ostara”) and Multiform Harvest Inc. (“Multiform”) announced recently, the closing (“Closing”) of the acquisition (the “Acquisition”) by Ostara, of substantially all of the assets of Multiform pursuant to an Asset Purchase Agreement (the “Agreement”) entered into by Ostara, Multiform and certain key shareholders of Multiform on August 24, 2018.

  2. Palo Alto, California, Enlists Brown and Caldwell To Design Wastewater Treatment Upgrades

    Brown and Caldwell, a leading environmental engineering and construction firm, recently announced its selection by the City of Palo Alto to provide design services for secondary treatment upgrades at the city’s Regional Water Quality Control Plant (RWQCP).

  3. WRF Launches Project To Demonstrate Phosphorus Recovery Using CalPrex System

    The Water Research Foundation (WRF) has launched a project, Demonstrating the CalPrex System for High Efficiency Phosphorus Recovery (5004), between the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (Milwaukee, Wisconsin), Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (Madison, Wisconsin), Metro Wastewater Reclamation District (Denver, Colorado), Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (Boston, Massachusetts), and Centrisys/CNP (Kenosha, Wisconsin), to demonstrate a high-rate, pre-digestion phosphorus removal and recovery technology.

  4. Microvi MNE Implemented At Thames Water Wastewater Treatment Plant In UK To Demonstrate Ammonia Removal In Cold Temperatures

    Thames Water Utilities Ltd., Microvi Biotechnologies, and WesTech Engineering, Inc. are conducting a collaborative demonstration for transformational wastewater treatment at the Thames Water treatment plant in Sherfield-on-Loddon, UK.

  5. Next FOG STOP Brings Improvement In Effluent Water Quality In Brazil

    At a municipal wastewater treatment plant in Brazil, Next Filtration’s Next FOG STOP has improved overall effluent water quality by reducing residual effluent biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) by more than 50%.

  6. Food Processors, UW Collaborate To Remove Guesswork From Wastewater Disposal

    For more than a century, cheesemakers and vegetable processors have applied water remaining after production to open fields and farmland. The wastewater was used to wash vegetables, or contains whey left over after milk was processed into cheese.

  7. Royal HaskoningDHV’s Nereda Wastewater Treatment Technology Expands Into China

    Beijing Enterprises Industrial Environmental Solutions Limited (BEIES) has entered into partnership with Royal HaskoningDHV of the Netherlands and Century 3 (Shanghai) for the delivery of the sustainable Nereda wastewater treatment technology into China.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.