Naples Mayor Recognised for Advancing Water Protection
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Naples Mayor Recognised for Advancing Water Protection

JULIE SHERWOOD   for the Daily Messenger NAPLES — A sewer plant that looks more like a greenhouse, and operates like one — along with other developments — has earned the Naples mayor recognition by a state organization dedicated to water quality. In a virtual ceremony last month, Mayor Brian Schenk received the Frank E. Van Lare Award of New…

One year later: New wastewater treatment facility in Naples is first of its kind in state
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One year later: New wastewater treatment facility in Naples is first of its kind in state

by Michael Schwartz (WHAM) – Naples has a new facility that treats wastewater coming from the hundreds of homes in the village. Septic tanks have been used for years, but now wastewater will go through public sewer lines into this facility to then be cleaned before being pumped back out into the local waterways. Michael Schwartz…

Democrat & Chronicle: From outhouse to treatment plant: Naples puts new spin on algae
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Democrat & Chronicle: From outhouse to treatment plant: Naples puts new spin on algae

Village hosts first Algaewheel technology sewage treatment plant in New York state Julie Sherwood  |  Messenger Post Media USA Today Network NAPLES, NY — A field in the village of Naples where once stood an outhouse now stands a 21st-century sewage treatment plant powered by algae and sunlight. The Algaewheel is a first in New York state…

Performance and Metagenomic Microbial Analysis of a Novel, Pilot-Scale Reactor with Rotating Algal Contractors used to Treat Anaerobic Digester Sludge Filtrate Containing High Total Ammonia

Performance and Metagenomic Microbial Analysis of a Novel, Pilot-Scale Reactor with Rotating Algal Contractors used to Treat Anaerobic Digester Sludge Filtrate Containing High Total Ammonia

By Daniel Bryan Johnson, PhD, University of Illinois

Microalgae wastewater treatment: Biological and technological approaches

Microalgae wastewater treatment: Biological and technological approaches

Abstract Current global environmental issues raise unavoidable challenges for our use of natural resources. Supplying the human population with clean water is becoming a global problem. Numerous organic and inorganic impurities in municipal, industrial, and agricultural waters, ranging from microplastics to high nutrient loads and heavy metals, endanger our nutrition and health. The development of…

Water Online: First Algaewheel System In New York
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Water Online: First Algaewheel System In New York

OneWater Inc, pioneer of the low-energy Algaewheel wastewater treatment process, recently announced the award of their first project in the State of New York. The project, Village of Naples, New Sanitary Sewer System and WWTP, includes installation of a new collection system and 50,000 GPD Algaewheel wastewater treatment plant to sewer the Main Street corridor…

OneWater lnc. Announces First Algaewheel System In lowa

OneWater lnc. Announces First Algaewheel System In lowa

OneWater lnc, pioneer of the low-energy Algaewheel wastewater treatment process, recently announced the award of their first project in the State of lowa. The project, West Lake Park Wastewater Treatment Plant, is for the Scott County Conservation Board and includes installation of a 10,000 GPD average dry weather flow Algaewheel wastewater treatment plant. The Algaewheel…

Advances in algal-prokaryotic wastewater treatment: a review of nitrogen transformations, reactor configurations and molecular tools

Advances in algal-prokaryotic wastewater treatment: a review of nitrogen transformations, reactor configurations and molecular tools

Algaewheel was recently used in a study of algal-prokaryotic wastewater treatments, written by Meng Wang et al and published in the Journal of Environmental Management. The paper examined how algae can be used to treat wastewater, with a particular focus on nitrogen removal.

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