24 Most Innovative Wastewater Technologies for 2014

This showcase of products and technologies reveals some of the brightest ideas in wastewater for 2014.
24 Most Innovative Wastewater Technologies for 2014

Innovation was a big theme at WEFTEC 2014, the clean-water industry's flagship exhibition and conference. Here, we feature 24 of the newer and better technologies found in the exhibit hall at the Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Just click on the link after each company's name for more details on the technology or product.

1. Alfa LavalDewatering Screw Press Reduces Noise and Power Consumption

2. Andritz SeparationANDRITZ Belt Press Simplifies Operation and Maintenance

3. Aqua-Aerobic SystemsCloth Disk Filter Serves Tertiary Plants

4. Cambi Dewatering Process Runs at Net Zero Energy

5. Badger MeterEyeOnWater App Monitors Customer Use

6. Biowater TechnologyBiofilm Process Reduces Energy Footprint

7. Bluewater Bio - Hybrid Activated Sludge Process Meets Strict Standards

8. Blue-White IndustriesHeavy-Duty Flex-A-Prene Tubing Lasts Longer

9. CentrisysNo Polymer Needed With These Thickening Centrifuges

10. CNP TechnologyStruvite Remedy Yields Marketable Fertilizer

11. FibreliteComposite Access Covers Increase Safety

12. GE Power & WaterTOC Analyzer Provides Rapid Reading

13. Infilco DegremontTECON Flexible Biogas Storage Solution

14. OI AnalyticalAnalyzer Automates Compliance Measurements

15. Orenco Systems - Orenco Introduces Insulated Utility Shelters

16. OstaraOstara Technology Boosts Nutrient Recovery

17. OvivoBongo Series Screens Provide Small Footprint

18. Ozone Water System - Ozone Disinfection Allows Reliable Production

19. PentairPentair Grinder and Handling Pump Reduce Costs

20. PeroxyChemPeroxyChem System Disinfects Without Problem Byproducts

21. Schneider ElectricSchneider Electric Presents Drive Series

22. SustecSustec Process Boosts Digester Efficiency

23. WesTech EngineeringWesTech Engineering Offers Multi-Purpose Media Filter

24. YSIGather Multiple Readings With YSI Hand-Held Meter



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