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Grantsville, UT: IDEAL

IDEAL extended aeration system and batch reactor process doubles treatment capacity for lagoons just south of Great Salt Lake.

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Removing CECs from Cold Water Post-Lagoon Wastewater Treatment Systems

A Canadian-made wastewater treatment innovation could be part of a long-term sustainable solution for the removal of contaminants of emerging concern (CECs) in extreme cold climates… It was this growing concern that prompted Jabari to join with the University of Winnipeg and Red River College in Manitoba in evaluating the removal of these types of compounds, using the fully-aerated submerged gravel bed technology known as SAGR.

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CEC Removal in Cold Water SAGRs Observed: New Study

Advancing the science of cold climate wastewater treatment is important to the fulfillment of the Nexom vision, and a recent study published in the prestigious journal Chemosphere by a team including Nexom Research & Development Engineer Dr. Pouria Jabari does just that.

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NEW YORK – December 3, 2019 – KKR, in partnership with XPV Water Partners, today announced the formation of a wastewater treatment platform with the goal of creating the leading provider of end-to-end nutrient management solutions for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities….

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Nexom Repeats as Best Employer in Wastewater Industry
  • Hunter Crown awards “2018 Best Workplace” for Wastewater category to Nexom.

  • Award based on qualitative and quantitative analysis of employee survey.

  • Nexom has won this award in both years it has been presented.

  • Hunter Crown is a water-focused executive search partner based in Frederick, MD.

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AMMONIA AND DIESEL: Northlands Dënesųłiné First Nation tackles two challenging foes with its simple, sustainable wastewater treatment plant

Northlands knows cold: located at 58°36’ N on the shores of Lac Brochet, even the average winter day features temperatures near -30°C. There’s a tendency to view the cold as an added complication, and to contend with it, additional systems must be put into place. But as Mattes speaks, it becomes clear that the solution involves not more complexity, but increased simplicity and sustainability.

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