newterra CEO outlines the changing perspective on water treatment infrastructure
Brockville, ON – (October 6, 2014) Bruce Lounsbury, CEO of newterra, a global leader in designing and manufacturing modular water treatment systems, recently summarized the compelling case for decentralized water treatment in the September/October issue of Water Canada magazine.
In the article, Lounsbury cites the advent of new technologies, particularly for wastewater treatment, that offer lower capital costs as well as a higher level of effluent quality that opens the door to reuse opportunities. It’s a position endorsed by the USEPA and a growing number of developers and communities that are recognizing the public/private financing opportunities that traditional, large infrastructure projects simply can’t provide. newterra’s water solutions include scalable, membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater systems that preserve capital by allowing treatment infrastructure to grow in parallel with each phase of a development project.
To read the full Water Canada article, entitled Decentralized Treatment Equals Financing Flexibility, click here.
newterra is a leading provider of decentralized water and wastewater treatment solutions to the resource, private development and municipal markets. With its suite of patented and proprietary technologies, newterra offers a broad range of solutions to the world’s most demanding industrial end users including mining, and oil & gas. newterra’s capabilities newterra’s capabilities – from design & engineering to manufacturing in its own facilities – allow the company to maintain full control over the quality and on-time delivery of its systems. With operations in Canada, the United States, Germany and Chile, newterra can address its customers’ needs on a global basis. newterra has achieved Platinum status as a distinguished recipient of Deloitte’s 50 Best Managed Companies Award for the past seven consecutive years. The company was also selected from over 9,000 firms as a 2013 Global Cleantech Top 100 Company.
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