biotttaTMstands for biologically-tailored, two-stage treatment approach is the latest technology to help municipalities and public agencies to cost-effectively treat contaminated groundwater sources to improve local and regional water supplies. The biotttaTMprocess uses naturally-occurring microbes to treat a wide range of groundwater contaminants while eliminating traditional, environmentally harmful waste streams, increasing water recovery rates, and reducing treatment costs.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The project team will develop a review of technologies available for carbon and other non-nutrient recovery.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The conference will be held at the Westin Las Vegas on May 19-20.
LOS ANGELES — The Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve Project is the world’s largest initiative to protect low land peat swamp forests.
NEW YORK — EPA and NYS DEC have approved the Buffalo Sewer Authority’s plan to reduce the amount of sewage and stormwater run-off into the river.