Lake Winnipeg Foundation: “[SAGR] Solves Northern Wastewater Challenges”

In an article published in their special insert to the April 7, 2018 Winnipeg Free Press, the Lake Winnipeg Foundation profiled Nexom’s SAGR technology as implemented at the Misipawistik Cree Nation (MCN) wastewater treatment plant near Grand Rapids, Manitoba.

Nexom President Martin Hildebrand was interviewed for the piece, which explained how “even in the coldest of winter temperatures, [the SAGR] can still effectively break down all [of MCN’s] ammonia.”

The article can be found on the back cover of the insert which, courtesy of the Lake Winnipeg Foundation, can be downloaded here.

According to its website, the Lake Winnipeg Foundation, is “an environmental non-governmental organization seeking solutions to ensure a clean, healthy Lake Winnipeg and watershed now and for future generations.” The insert focused on wastewater treatment in Manitoba and its role in protecting the critical Lake Winnipeg ecosystem.

Misipawistik Cree Nation’s lagoon-based wastewater treatment plant, pictured here, was one of the facilities studied as part of Dr. Pouria Jabari et al’s work on polar CECs.