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Nutrient Treatment Evolves with New Regulations

17 May 2019
Research Note

Advanced utility solutions for nutrient pollution impacting U.S. waterways are finding traction in new project developments, such as Missouri American’s Lake Carmel project. This activity is being driven by new regulations compelling new technology adoption.

On 16 April 2019 Missouri American Water, an American Water Works Company subsidiary, announced plans to retrofit its wastewater treatment lagoons in Lake Carmel, Missouri with Triplepoint Water Technologies’ NitrOx technology.

In this Research Note, Bluefield Research Director Erin Bonney Casey analyzes:

  • state regulations for nutrient removal
  • advanced solutions players targeting lagoons
  • impact of smaller, wastewater players
  • value chain positioning for wastewater treatment suppliers for nutrient removal

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