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
PFAS Contamination - Key Things to Know PFAS contamination of water resources has made the national stage recently. (See: Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ more common in tap water than thought). PFAS chemicals Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS)...
The Carbon Footprint of Water The carbon footprint of water is a modern way to talk about reducing water and energy and to create new environmental services. But there are some nuances in how you look at things which are important in making air and...
A Microbe Detectives’ Classic DNA Study For those who missed the opportunity to get a good laugh and learn something about DNA sequencing, this is worth a read, reposted from the originals. Apparently this fella swimming in Bourbon Gumbo did not...
How DNA tech is used to optimize a Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR) process Interview with Leon Downing, Phd, PE 2017 Biological Nutrient Removal [BNR]. What we’re looking at is finding ways to remove phosphorus and nitrogen from the wastewater...
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