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CLEARAS Names New Regional Director to Support Midwest Growth

MISSOULA, Mont. -- CLEARAS Water Recovery, a provider of chemical-free nutrient recovery technologies for municipal and industrial customers, has named Autumn Fisher as its new regional director of project delivery. This announcement coincides with the company’s growth in the Midwest region.


Beaver Dam settles with DNR and moves forward with facility plan

Beaver Dam Daily Citizen
Beaver Dam has agreed to reduce the phosphorous output of its wastewater plant through new technology, settling a three-year dispute with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Last week, the Common Council approved spending up to $50,000 on a facility study to help reduce phosphorous flowing into the Beaver Dam River. They also approved a letter of intent to work with Clearas Water Recovery based in Missoula, Montana. Follow the link to read more...

Beaver Dam Utilities Interested in New Facility to Limit Phosphorus

Beaver Dam Daily Citizen
After three years, an agreement between Beaver Dam and the state Department of Natural Resources is close to being complete and it may result in the construction of a new facility to limit phosphorus in the Beaver Dam River while also providing a new source of revenue for the city. Follow the link to read more...

Partners SCHOTT Release New Innovation Case Study on CLEARAS

MUNICH, DEU - CLEARAS glass supply partners, SCHOTT, released a new multimedia case study featuring CLEARAS on their website just in time for the Algae Biomass Organization Summit in Salt Lake City this week. It features new a video interview with CLEARAS CFO, Tom Wenz, which was filmed on a recent supply trip he made to their global headquarters in Germany. Follow the links below to see the full case study and interview:

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CEO Jordan Lind Featured Speaker at PECC Sustainable Development & Circular Economy Seminar

BOZEMAN, MT - With the onset of the fall season, the first of a 2017-2018 series of international seminars focused on "Sustainable Development & Circular Economy" was held last month in Bozeman, Montana featuring CLEARAS CEO, Jordan Lind, addressing the critical role of water resources in global development. The event was co-hosted by the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC), the Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center, and Mansfield Academy of Global Leadership.


CLEARAS Presents Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery at Intensification of Resource Recovery Forum 2017

NEW YORK, NY - CLEARAS Water Recovery was recently invited to present their Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) technology to a gathering of innovators from across the water and wasetwater industry at Manhattan College in New York as part of the Intensification of Resource Recovery (IR2) Forum 2017.


CLEARAS Ranks No. 791 on the 2017 Inc. 5000 with Three-Year Sales Growth of 574%

NEW YORK, NY – Inc. magazine today ranked CLEARAS Water Recovery NO. 791 on its 36th annual Inc. 5000, the most prestigious ranking of the nation's fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s most dynamic segment— its independent small and mid-sized businesses. Companies such as Microsoft, Dell, Domino’s Pizza, Pandora, Timberland, LinkedIn, Yelp, Zillow, and many other well-known names gained their first national exposure as honorees of the Inc. 5000.


'High tech farming': Missoula company cleans wastewater to feed algae for biofuel, fertilizer

The Missoulian
It’s not often that a business comes up with an idea that’s good for the environment and saves money at the same time. But that’s what Clearas Water Recovery, a Missoula tech company, believes it has done. Formed eight years ago, the company has developed a patented process to use algae to remove nitrogen and phosphorous from public wastewater treatment plants, keeping waterways from being inundated with the compounds that starve fish and plant life of oxygen. In turn, the algae can be sold to other companies for fertilizer, biofuels and other uses. Think of it as high tech farming. Follow the link to read more...


Missoula Current
A biological company based in Missoula announced a significant milestone this week, landing a major contract with a Utah municipality where it will deploy its non-chemical technologies to recover phosphorous and nitrogen from the city’s wastewater treatment plant. Follow the link to read more...

CLEARAS to supply SOUTH DAVIS SEWER DISTRICT with 4,000,000 gallon transformative wastewater nutrient recovery solution

WEST BOUNTIFUL, UT – Today the South Davis Sewer District (SDSD) announces the selection and implementation of CLEARAS Water Recovery’s Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) technology at its 4,000,000 gallon per day South Plant. ABNR is a key component of a $24 million plant upgrade to sustainably meet current and future nutrient discharge regulations. The ABNR platform, which is highly modular and scalable, leverages the relationship between biological (algae) and mechanical processes to achieve best-in-class nutrient removal.