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April 18, 2023 - Italian Design is Not Just for Supercars – Meet the MITA Disk Filters from Italy


MITA disk filters have been around for a long time and have quite a history, but they are now being offered by Nexom in North America. Desperate for a respectable competitor to other disk filter companies, engineers are excited to learn about the MITA cloth disk filters and how they can provide cost savings on their projects.

Learning Objectives:


  • Meet the MITA filters

  • Learn the history and experience MITA has with over 800+ installations worldwide

  • Understand the advantages the MITA filters can provide (footprint, piping simplicity, backwash simplicity, etc.)

  • Learn about a number of projects MITA was selected over Aqua-Aerobics in it’s first six months in North America

May 9, 2023 - Fixed Film Treatment: The Most Diverse Wastewater Technology Solution


Do you have a wastewater treatment challenge? Chances are, AquaPoint has a solution. Fixed film treatment technologies are resilient, energy efficient, cost competitive, compact, and simple to operate. Whether you are designing a project for a residential, commercial, industrial, or institutional application - fixed film treatment technology can treat any flow. 
Learning Objectives: 

  • Introduction to AquaPoint

  • Discover the ability of fixed film treatment technologies

  • Where can you apply fixed film treatment technology

  • Meet Bioclere - high-rate trickling filter with integral clarifiers

  • Meet AquaCELL & AquaFAS - MBBR (moving bed biofilm reactors)

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The Latest News in Wastewater


Marinette Addressed PFAS Contaminated Biosolids with Technology

Source: Eagle Herald


March 26, 2023: The Marinette Wastewater Treatment Plant has lowered the PFAS in its biosolids to 8 parts per billion or 8,000 parts per trillion — a reduction of 96% since 2017 when the numbers were previously at 220 ppb or 220,000 ppt, said Warren Howard, waste and wastewater operations manager for Marinette.

Disposing of the contaminated biosolids created several budgetary and logistics issues for the city of Marinette. Read the full story to learn how the ICS Group worked with the Marinette team to select the best technology to dewater and dry the PFAS contaminated biosolids. 

BioLargo's PFAS Treatment Technology Meets EPA's Proposed New Drinking Water Standards

Source: AccessWire

March 16, 2023: In the wake of the EPA's announcement on PFAS limits, many communities are left with a question - "Will our PFAS removal technology perform to the EPA's standards?" Several traditional, well-known technologies are being selected for PFAS mitigation across the country. Name recognition and familiarity does not always equate to high-performance. 

Partner technology, BioLargo, was featured in a recent article from AccessWire, proving that communities must look past traditional technology to address new, emerging contaminants which are a threat to our drinking water. 

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Rural communities want to tap federal funding.

But it's hard to know where to start



March 8, 2023: Communities across the country and seeking funding to help with wastewater projects. Whether a community has faced a natural disaster, or must update outdated treatment equipment - finding the right type of funding can be frustrating for towns with limited staff and time. 

There are more than 400 federal programs designed for rural communities, as well as a new influx of funding from the trillion-dollar infrastructure law and the climate incentives of the Inflation Reduction Act.

Are you interested in securing funding? Learn how to find the right funding for your wastewater project.

Tracing the Path of Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ Inside the Body

Source: WBUR

February 16, 2023 - 'Forever chemicals', also known as per- and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) isn't just found in water or soil, it is found in our food and even our own bodies.  

Wendy Thomas lives in Merrimack, New Hampshire, not far from the Massachusetts border. Wendy's well water is contaminated with PFAS, so she relies on bottled water for cooking and drinking.

Use of PFAS is widespread in items we eat, drink, and wear - nearly every American has detectable levels of these human-made chemicals in their blood. Read on to learn Wendy's struggle with discovering her blood tested positive for PFAS.

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