Escondido, CA 92029


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2180 Chablis Ct. Suite 102
Escondido, CA 92029

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Aquacycl makes energy-neutral wastewater treatment a reality, offering modular on-site systems to treat high-strength organic waste streams. Aquacycl’s patented distributed treatment system can reduce greenhouse gases of wastewater treatment by 10%, improve corporate water stewardship and improve access to clean water.

Aquacycl provides the only solution for treating ultra-high strength organic wastewater that is the most difficult and costly to treat. Food & beverage producers generate waste streams 1,000 times more concentrated than the typical sewer. Our system is the first commercially viable microbial fuel cell, which generates direct electricity from wastewater, treating untreatable streams and reducing wastewater management costs by 20-60%.

Our systems are sold as a service, meaning there is no capital expenditures for our customers. Service contracts are executed through multi-year agreements with mutually agreed performance objectives. The modular, containerized system provides a small footprint and flexibility, allowing companies to scale up and down as needed. The systems are energy neutral, generating direct electricity that can be used to self-power and reducing energy and chemical consumption of downstream treatment

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Managing process water in snack food processing

May 20, 2024
Starchy food manufacturing typically generates process water with elevated levels of total suspended solids, organic load and fats, oils and grease.
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Process water and the bottom line

April 2, 2024
Process water treatment is especially crucial for food and beverage processors.
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A guide to food and beverage process water management

March 19, 2024
Shedding light on the challenges faced in process water management and providing solutions to help food and beverage processors make informed decisions on process water management...
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Wastewater Zero: Going beyond compliance to zero

Sept. 12, 2023
Exploring the benefits of achieving Wastewater Zero, its challenges and how building onsite wastewater treatment can help address these issues and bring businesses closer to the...
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Key things to know when monitoring wastewater

July 25, 2023
Using sensors can help you get a better idea of what your company is really "putting down the drain" and provide insights into your process.
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How to make your wastewater process sustainable

July 4, 2023
New wastewater treatment technologies offer solutions that reduce energy consumption and increase the quality of water being discharged.
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Aquacycl's onsite wastewater treatment at Vopak was able to demonstrate permit compliance of all monitored compounds in a small footprint, with 50% lower greenhouse gas emissions.

Case study: Tank terminal wastewater treatment

June 12, 2023
Tank storage company Vopak worked with Aquacycl to validate Aquacycl’s BioElectrochemical Treatment Technology to treat wastewater from hydrocarbon storage to achieve permit discharge...
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Rethinking wastewater treatment

May 9, 2023
There are exciting emerging technologies that can bring costs down while also improving discharge quality.
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On-site wastewater treatment units treating high-strength wastewater enables water reuse.

How to reduce the risks associated with wastewater treatment

April 18, 2023
Processing wastewater onsite is an attractive solution for solving many of the pain points associated with wastewater.
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Case study: How PepsiCo reduced costs and addressed climate and water goals through onsite wastewater treatment

Oct. 7, 2022
Aquacycl and PepsiCo installed an onsite treatment system for wastewater from crusher operations, demonstrating both sustainability and operational benefits.

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Aspen Distillers' new facility aims to be the nation's most sustainable distillery.

Aquacycl, Aspen Distillers to install sustainable wastewater treatment for greenfield distillery

July 28, 2022
Onsite, energy-neutral wastewater treatment will clean the water without carbon emissions.
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Figure 1: Industrial companies increasingly view water as a key part of their environment, sustainability and governance goals.
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Addressing the unintended consequences of industrial water reduction

Feb. 17, 2022
While water reduction in industrial facilities can bring unanticipated challenges, there are existing technologies that address them.
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Major food manufacturer to install Aquacycl's system to remove total sulfur from wastewater

Jan. 20, 2022
Patented Micro-aeration technology improves safety, reduces odors and eliminates hazardous chemicals.
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On-site wastewater treatment units treating high-strength wastewater enables water reuse.
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Zero liquid discharge: A myth or necessity for food and beverage companies?

Dec. 13, 2021
With increasing water scarcity, changing regulations and consumer demands, many food and beverage companies are looking at water reuse and zero liquid discharge to meet their ...
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Joshua Tree Brewery and Aquacycl installed a pilot system to demonstrate removal rates to the county and local water agencies.
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A Wastewater Journey

Feb. 19, 2020
Opening a brewery in a craft beer desert