Representative Tom Reed (R-New York) received the...
AdEdge Water Technologies LLC and InNow India Pvt. Ltd. announced a joint venture to provide water treatment solutions for municipalities in India for the removal of arsenic, nitrate, radionuclides and fluoride, among other contaminants.
The joint venture will operate under the name AdEdge India and will be based in Gurgaon, India. AdEdge India will capitalize on the strong reputation AdEdge has garnered over the last decade providing more than 700 successful water treatment solutions globally and InNow’s strong understanding of the marketplace and market needs in India.
The Atlanta Metro Export Challenge named its top five finalists: AdEdge Water Technologies, Aventure Aviation, DDM Systems, PureAir Filtration and United Sciences. The finalists were selected from a pool of 14 semifinalists and will be part of a public voting phase.
AdEdge Water Technologies LLC announced that it now supplies Bayoxide E33 media for arsenic water treatment systems in any size community. E33 is an adsorptive media implemented in more than 400 AdEdge installations worldwide. The company will continue to sell E33 media replacements for existing arsenic treatment systems.
The Red Rock Correctional Center complex was originally built in 2006 outside Eloy, Ariz., by the Corrections Corp. of America (CCA) to house inmates for the state of California. In 2013, CCA agreed to a contract with the state of Arizona to administer up to 1,500 prisoners at Red Rock and relocate its California inmates to other CCA locations.
After discovering that its three wells contained excessive levels of arsenic, Spring Creek Utilities Co. hired Sunrise Eng. to help develop a solution. The engineering firm contracted with AdEdge Water Technologies in June 2011 after a competitive bidding process to design, manufacture and start up an arsenic treatment solution as quickly and economically as possible.
In 2005, Chile’s Superintendence of Sanitary Services implemented a new arsenic standard for drinking water, giving the country’s water treatment companies 10 years to accomplish it. Many of the companies, which are privately held, sought solutions for their arsenic issues and help coming into compliance with the new standard. Aguas Andinas, the largest water company in Chile with a customer base of more than 20,000 people, was one of them, putting out a solicitation for technology innovators to provide turnkey proposals for its Lo Pinto well site in the Santiago metropolitan area.
After discovering its three wells contained excessive levels of arsenic, the Spring Creek Utilities Co. hired Sunrise Eng. to help develop a solution. The engineering firm contracted with AdEdge Water Technologies in June 2011 after a competitive bidding process, to design, manufacture and start up an arsenic treatment solution as quickly and economically as possible.
The Red Rock Correctional Center complex was originally built in 2006 outside Eloy, Ariz., by the Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) to house inmates for the state of California. In 2013, CCA agreed to a contract with the state of Arizona to administer up to 1,500 prisoners at Red Rock, and relocated its California inmates to other CCA locations.
H2Zero Backwash/Recycle Systems conserve water by storing and treating contaminated backwash water from filtration and treatment systems. Nearly all water filtration-related processes that remove target contaminants generate liquid or solid residuals that need to be subsequently managed. Increasingly stringent regulatory discharge standards and emphasis on sustainability are demanding more environmentally friendly solutions for these residuals.
In 2013, AdEdge Water Technologies LLC was contacted by Valentine Eng. to participate in a design/build project that was ongoing at the Red Rock Correctional Center facility in Eloy, Ariz. CCA is the parent company and is an operator of privately owned and operated prisons throughout the U.S.
AdEdge Water Technologies announced it was awarded and is implementing a biottta (biologically tailored two-stage treatment approach) nitrate removal project for the city of Delano, Calif.
AdEdge Water Technologies was awarded and is implementing a biottta (biologically tailored two-stage treatment approach) nitrate removal project for the city of Delano, Calif. The city of Delano, a community of 38,000 residents, is located in the San Joaquin Valley, approximately 30 miles north of Bakersfield. The current levels of nitrate are not compliant with the California drinking water standard of 45 mg/L nitrate as NO3.
In late 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) approved plans to install a new well and build a new water treatment facility for the city of Roswell, Ga. Barlovento LLC was selected during a competitive bidding process to provide an iron and manganese removal system for the new water supply.
AdEdge Water Technologies announced that Chad Miller was promoted to product manager for biottta fixed-bed biofiltration technology. Miller will be responsible for team efforts related to sales, design and marketing of the new product launch.
Biottta is a treatment process that uses naturally occurring bacteria to eliminate multiple contaminants from groundwater without creating a harmful waste stream.
Groundwater is the primary water source for most communities in North America. With an increasing need to provide treatment for a growing list of contaminants, limited support staff, and shrinking operating budgets, water utilities face many hardships.
AdEdge Water Technologies announced the addition of biottta advanced biological treatment to its core product offerings. Each biottta system is a pre-engineered, turnkey treatment solution designed to remove nitrate, perchlorate, hexavalent chromium, VOCs and other contaminants from municipal drinking water supplies. biottta is a low-energy treatment process that uses naturally-occurring bacteria to eliminate multiple contaminants from groundwater rather than creating harmful waste streams typically found in ion exchange and reverse osmosis applications.
The town of Newport Center, Vt., is a small community of approximately 1,500 residents located just south of the U.S.-Canada border. A combination of drought and increased water use required the drilling of a new well for the community to supplement the two wells already in service. Water quality testing of the new well found arsenic levels at 20 ppb, well above the drinking water standard set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the state of Vermont of 10 ppb.
Rich Cavagnaro was announced Metro Atlanta Chamber Business Person of the Year in the experienced entrepreneur category. Each year, the Metro Atlanta Chamber and the Atlanta Business Chronicle honor outstanding business professionals from around metropolitan Atlanta.
AdEdge Water Technologies announced the addition of Khushbu Karan as an applications engineer. Karan will be responsible for performing a variety of sales engineering support and project tasks related to proposal preparation, system design, project scoping and execution of water treatment projects.
Prior to working at AdEdge, Karan worked as a project engineer at H2Flow Equipment, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and as a project assistant for the municipality of York region in Toronto.
Elevated levels of arsenic, iron and manganese prompted the Resort Village of Kannata Valley in Saskatchewan, Canada — a community of 149 households situated on the north shore of Last Mountain Lake, approximately 50 km northwest of Regina — to seek a treatment solution for its drinking water. The community water system is served by an artesian well that provides drinking water for approximately 250 residents. In November 2009, AdEdge Water Technologies LLC was selected by the community to supply an arsenic, iron, manganese and turbidity treatment system.