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Today more than ever, lagoon owners and operators look for sustainable alternatives to remove organic solids. Traditional methods to remove sludge typically entails mechanical dredging, a costly process that can negatively impact our environment.  Disposal methods such as land application onto farmland or land filling are running into increased regulatory restrictions and public concerns about what is contained in the sludge.

Read more about a viable revolutionary technology that utilizes proven natural biological processes to enhance in situ sludge digestion and eliminates the cost to dredge a lagoon while promoting positive environmental stewardship.

TEXAS TOWN'S WRRF UNDERGOES DRAMATIC TRANSFORMATION

by Water Environment Technology

Jan. 2017 – City of Bishop reaps benefits from optimizing microbe productivity.

 

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Environmental Protection 2016 New Product of the Year Winners Announced

by Environmental Protection

Dec.15, 2016 – Environmental Protection recognized winners of its annual New Product of the Year contest today.

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CITY OF ALBA, TEXAS INSTALLS NEW WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM

by Water & Waste Digest

Nov. 7, 2016 - The City of Alba, Texas, announced that it has completed installation of a wastewater treatment system to eliminate built-up organic sludge.


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LAGOONS:  BLUE FROG SYSTEMS CSTR

by TPO (Treatment Plant Operator)

Nov. 2016 - Continuously Stirred Tank Reactors, engineered bacteria selector tanks from Blue Frog Systems, are placed over the influent in facultative and stabilization lagoon systems to enhance the facultative bacteria’s productivity.


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CLEARLAKE, CA WASTEWATER PLANT EXPANDS SLUDGE REMOVAL CONTRACT WITH ABSOLUTE AERATION

by WaterWorld

Sep. 7, 2016 - The City of Clearlake, Calif., located in Lake County, has completed its second installation of a cutting-edge wastewater treatment system to eliminate built-up organic sludge at its Southeast Regional Wastewater Plant.


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HUNGRY BUGS

by TPO (Treatment Plant Operator) - Page 20

Sep. 2016 - In 2011, the Texas city of Celeste experienced severe solids accumulationin its wastewater treatment lagoon, causing dramatic loss of retentiontime and significant discharge permit exceedances. Strong odors forcedneighbors a mile or more downwind to close their windows.


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OPTIMIZING BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS TO TREAT WASTEWATER

by WaterWorld

Aug. 2016 - In 2011, the small city of Deport in northeastern Texas began experiencing serious problems with its four-lagoon wastewater treatment system.

 

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Jacksonville implements new way to clean wastewater, preserve forest

by WNCT 9 News

Aug. 2, 2016 -  The city of Jacksonville is marking a special milestone.

It’s one of the first cities on the east coast to implement a new way of cleaning up wastewater. And part of that process also includes preserving nearly 700 acres of Jacksonville’s forest.


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a better way to dredge

by Public Works Magazine

Jun. 2, 2016 - Like many municipal wastewater districts, we use lagoons for treatment and disposal. And like lagoons everywhere, ours require dredging.

 

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City of Montague Installs Cutting-Edge Wastewater Treatment System

Press Release

May 9, 2016 - The City of Montague announced today that it has installed a
revolutionary wastewater treatment system designed to eliminate built-up sludge in a cost-effective and environmentally responsible manner.

 

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LEVERAGING NATURE TO REDUCE WASTE, ODOR IN LAGOONS

by WaterWorld

Mar. 2015 - Almost every wastewater treatment plant produces a disposable biosolids stream that must be sent to a landfill, stored in lagoons or digested anaerobically.

 

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A small municipality (estimated population 3,200) located in Bishop, Texas, experienced high levels of solids accumulation and ongoing challenges in meeting its discharge requirements...

By Chip Bettle

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Biological Sludge Control

2007 Member of Distinction Award

by Dairy Farmers of America, Inc

The Three Star owners decided there had to be a better way. After years of trial and error, Rick and Wendy have come up with a way to mimic a treatment plant within existing lagoons...

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