Water Innovation for Public Good
Cleaner, healthier, more resilient and sustainable water, while reducing costs.
There is not a shortage of water problems, nor brilliant innovations for solving them.
For water system owners,
operators, services and investors
- Food Processing & Manufacturing
Facilities & Processes:
- Wastewater treatment / water reclamation
- Anaerobic digestion / resource recovery
- Landfill leachate treatment / resource recovery
- Industrial Water Treatment
- Potable Water Systems
Advanced Filtration Dynamic Membrane Technology CORNCOB advanced filtration dynamic membrane technology can convert nearly any wastewater stream into clean reusable water in a small footprint, Decentralized Wastewater Treatment System (DEWATS)....
4 Keys to Reducing Costs and Improving Results with Wastewater Lagoons1. Encourage Naturally Forming Microbes Naturally forming microbes can remove ammonia, facilitate biosolids settling, reduce TSS levels in effluent, consume biosolids, and...
Performance comparison of anaerobic digesters using next generation DNA sequencing Anaerobic digesters are employed in wastewater, landfill and livestock operations worldwide to create renewable energy. Improving biogas production in a one-million...
CASE STUDY Wastewater municipality saves $35 million with one-step nitrification/de-nitrificationThe Problem Trinity River Authority, TX (162MGD) needed an optimal nutrient removal strategy for a planned significant expansion in capacity. Assuming...
A California municipal wastewater treatment facility (WWTF) with 4 lagoons primarily processed municipal waste as well as several types of commercial/ industrial waste, including waste from a tomato processing plant and a dairy processing plant,...
Water Jobs for Young Leaders According to the Association of Water Technologies 2019 Benchmarking Survey, hiring qualified employees is the top challenge over the next five years for middle market water businesses. That's a tough challenge. As a...
JDL Global Water, developer of FMBR technology, a low energy, small footprint decentralized wastewater treatment system (DEWATS). In JDL’s recent FMBR Pilot Demonstration at the Plymouth, Mass. Airport, the following savings were demonstrated.
77% energy savings
65% reduction of biosolids disposal
75% smaller footprint
Corncob, Inc.’s advanced membrane filtration system recovers clean water from any wastewater stream with 30% less capital, 50% less energy and an 80% smaller footprint. Corncob’s innovation continuously rotates a series of circular membranes installed along a horizontal axis thereby preventing suspended solids from adhering to membrane surfaces.
Probiotic Solutions® reduce biosolids, chemicals, aeration energy, dredging, sludge hauling and disposal costs of wastewater processes by stimulating beneficial microbes with proprietary, non-toxic, non-hazardous liquid formulations. A California municipality saved $6 million in dredging, hauling, disposal costs with a one year investment of $350 thousand.
Pulsed Burst Mega Bubble Mixers provide innovative, low-cost mixing solutions for wastewater treatment processes, using large bubbles that rise through the column of water to achieve effective mixing of solids. They are rugged, easy to install and maintain, only require low pressure air to operate, and have a self-cleaning design.
Barr Engineering Co. provides engineering and environmental consulting services to clients across North America and around the world. Barr engineers, scientists, and technical specialists work together to help clients develop, manage, process, and restore natural resources. Alison Ling, PhD, PE of Barr Engineering is a WaterTrust Advisor and Principal Consultant.
Learn how DNA tech is opening a new window to the microbial world of water at WaterTrust’s Microbiome Water Summit. “The Microbiome conference was very dense and efficient in use of time and the information presented was very engaging. The event is very timely as this is a fast moving area with great potential.” –Paul O’Callaghan, Founder and CEO of BlueTech Research