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02.18.20 - CLEARAS' ABNR Featured in National Geographic Article!

ONLINE ARTICLE -- In the recent National Geographic "Is a world without trash possible?" article, the vision of a "circular economy" is discussed and features CLEARAS and other companies around the world who are implementing circular economy technologies and methods to utilize waste for other uses... Read more...

12.20.19 - Waupun's $32 million wastewater project includes producing algae for industrial uses

WAUPUN, WI -- According to Kermit the Frog, "It's Not Easy Being Green," although that color may lead to salvation for Waupun's wastewater discharge. The Waupun Wastewater Treatment Plant is, in fact, hopping on a plan to meet new phosphorus and nitrate discharge limits. Other communities are watching and waiting to see if it can be done. A $32 million plan to meet discharge limits - the only viable... Read more...

10.15.19 - Roberts Water Treatment Plant first to test groundbreaking technology

ROBERTS, WI -- All eyes will be on the Village of Roberts as they become the first municipality in the country to implement revolutionary new technology in an effort to clean water of phosphorus. Roberts is one of the first Wisconsin municipalities that must conform to the new stringent phosphorus standard of less than 0.04 mg/L imposed by the Department of Natural Resources. According to... Read more...

10.09.19 - The Village of Roberts Wastewater Treatment Facility Hosts Groundbreaking Event for the CLEARAS Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery System Install

ST. CROIX COUNTY, WI -- The Village of Roberts wastewater treatment facility hosted its groundbreaking event for the upcoming integration of CLEARAS Water Recovery's Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) System. Roberts is implementing a 0.15 million gallon per day ABNR™ system to address the facility's upcoming total phosphorus discharge limit of <0.04 mg/L into Twin Lakes. Read more...

07.23.19 - Chief Executive Officer, Jordan Lind, Presents "A Case For Algae-Based Tertiary Wastewater Recovery" at the 2019 WEF Nutrient Removal and Recovery Symposium

MINNEAPOLIS, MN -- CLEARAS was selected to present at the 2019 WEF Nutrient Removal and Recovery Symposium Workshop - Removal and Recovery of Phosphorus: What Does the Future Hold? Many of the industry's thought leaders participated in discussing ABNR™ and the reason it was selected for nutrient removal and recovery at two water resource recovery facilities. Click here for a copy of the presentation.

05.23.19 - Waupun Wastewater Utilities to Host Open House Event, Featuring the CLEARAS ABNR System

WAUPUN, WI -- Waupun Wastewater Utilities will host an open house at its facility in Waupun, Wisconsin, on May 30, 2019. The facility, located at 501 Fond du Lac Street, incorporates the CLEARAS Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) system, a chemical-free and biologically-based water treatment technology used to effectively recover excess nutrients such as phosphorus and nitrogen.

05.29.18 - CLEARAS Published in Minnesota Wastewater Operators Association Summer Issue of "The Wastewatcher" 

BUFFALO, MN -- CLEARAS Water Recovery's ABNR™ solution provides wastewater facilities with cost recovery opportunity when addressing nutrient discharge requirements. Many wastewater facilities are faced with the challenge of identifying, selecting and implementing nutrient recovery technologies to meet tightening nutrient discharge requirements. Read more...

05.22.18 - CLEARAS Names New Regional Director to Support Midwest Growth

MISSOULA, MT -- 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. Read more...

11.14.17 - Beaver Dam settles with DNR and moves forward with facility plan

BEAVER DAM DAILY CITIZEN -- Beaver Dam has agreed to reduce the phosphorus 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. Read more...

10.27.17 - 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. Read more...

07.10.17 - '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... Read more...

07.11.19 - CLEARAS hosted Art Umble, PhD. - Stantec for a Webinar on The Emerging Circular Economy

MISSOULA, MT -- Art Umble presented on the emerging circular economy and the potential for wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) to play a pivotal role in realizing a more regenerative and sustainable future. A key takeaway from this discussion focused on the historical realization that economic growth has always been tied to negative environmental impacts. In other words, the planet has always paid the price for economic growth. To realize a more sustainable future, we must decouple economic growth from the environment. WWTPs present a great opportunity to do so and CLEARAS is a leader in transforming WWTPs into resource recovery facilities. Click here for a copy of the presentation.

05.24.17 - 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. Read more...


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