AdEdge Water Technologies

Headquartered just north of Atlanta, AdEdge Technologies specializes in the design, development, manufacturing and supply of innovative water treatment systems that remove contaminants from process or aqueous streams. AdEdge offers a full range of conventional and innovative treatment technologies to achieve tough standards, including adsorption, metals precipitation, coagulation, filtration, clarification, ion exchange, advanced oxidation and membrane-based solutions.

Contact

2055 Boggs Road
Duluth, GA 30096
United States
Phone: 678.835.0052
Fax: 678.835.0057

Videos

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33 Days of Arsenic With AdEdge Water Technologies
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Talking on Water - Episode #7 Ammonia in Groundwater
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Talking on Water - Episode #8 Importance of Chemistry
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Talking on Water - Episode #6 Georgia Tech Roundtable
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Talking on Water - Episode #5 Biotreatment Options
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Talking on Water - Episode #4 Radionuclide Removal and More
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Talking on Water - Episode #3 Arsenic Treatment Options
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Talking on Water - Episode #2 Emerging Trends and Advancements in the Water Industry
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Talking on Water - Episode #1 Nitrate Removal and biottta
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biottta Biological Filtration Case Study in California


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The Silent Culprit

Full-scale biological filtration system for removal of ammonia from groundwater in Palo, Iowa. Ammonia has been a silent nuisance contaminant that has gone unnoticed in...

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EPA, AdEdge Honored for Collaborative Technology Transfer

AdEdge Water Technologies and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that NoMonia, a dual-stage biological treatment technology for the removal of...

Large-Scale Iron & Manganese Removal in Georgia

In late 2011, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) approved plans to install a new well and build a new water treatment facility for the city of Roswell, Ga....

Debunking Dewatering

With the ongoing recovery of the American economy, construction projects are rebounding in the new residential and non-residential sectors. A major hurdle that will...

Product Categories

Algae Cleaner; Bentonite; Microorganisms, Bacteria & Viruses; Pollution Control; Arsenic Removal

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