newterra is proud to be presenting at WEFTEC this year. Our own Kevin Dufresne and Jeffrey Snider-Nevin will present during the Interactive Knowledge Exchange (IKE) Session. The IKE will focus on how the challenges of wastewater treatment are different for new developments in small communities and how they can benefit from the shift to decentralized treatment facilities. It will include a visualization of the phasing of the modular treatment plant in parallel with community expansion to help illustrate this concept. It will also show examples of existing advanced wastewater treatment systems servicing small communities.
Inspiring young minds with hands-on learning about water reuse
Brockville, ON – March 22, 2017 - World Water Day is a great time to reflect on how precious every drop of water is, particularly when much of the world does not have access to clean, safe, drinking water.
Infrastructure costs for domestic wastewater treatment can be a roadblock to development projects. But not if you think inside the box. Across North America, newterra's modular, self-contained systems are giving developers, small communities and resorts a better, more cost-effective option for decentralized sewage treatment.
Few, if any, companies can match the significant installed base of COCHRANE by newterra for heavy duty, industrial water treatment equipment. We've been pioneering better ways for industry to use, reuse and conserve water in their processes since 1863 - and our innovation continues today.
Water scarcity has made water management a top priority for the mining industry. In a recent Reuters article, Anglo American Chief Executive Mark Cutifani summed up the situation, "Water is one of the greatest constraints to new supply of mined products across the industry."
Scalable system provides sewage treatment to African mining community
Brockville, ON – January 30, 2017: newterra, a leader in modular water, wastewater and groundwater treatment solutions, has had one of its large, remote installations profiled in EverythingAboutWater’s global Case Study Special Edition.