AdEdge Adds Advanced Biological Treatment to Core Product Offerings

July 29, 2014
The treatment technology is designed to remove nitrate, perchlorate, hexavalent chromium & other contaminants from municipal drinking water supplies

AdEdge Water Technologies announced the addition of biottta advanced biological treatment to their core product offerings. Each biottta system is a pre-engineered, turnkey treatment solution designed to remove nitrate, perchlorate, hexavalent chromium and other contaminants from municipal drinking water supplies.

biottta is a low-energy treatment process that uses naturally-occurring bacteria to eliminate multiple contaminants from groundwater rather than creating harmful waste streams typically found in ion exchange and reverse osmosis applications.

AdEdge Water Technologies entered into an exclusive license agreement with Carollo Engineers to commercialize and distribute the biottta technology.

“Biological treatment for municipal drinking water in the United States is the most sustainable and long term cost-effective solution for the treatment of nitrate, chromium VI, perchlorate and other contaminants from drinking water,” said Rich Cavagnaro, president and CEO of AdEdge Water Technologies. “Carollo Engineers has been leader in this field and we bring our strong sales distribution and manufacturing capabilities to the mix to commercialize this innovative technology in the marketplace.”

biottta has been successfully demonstrated on multiple pilot projects in California and Minnesota and has received California Department of Public Health approval for the removal of nitrate from drinking water.

Source: AdEdge Water Technologies

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