The Greater Rochester Region: A Great Place to Live & Work

Aside from our wholehearted commitment to technological and environmental leadership, at our core we are inherently sustainable as a Company. Community plays a major role on the sustainability front. And we are very proud of our status as a Start-Up NY success story;...

NY’s Aging Wastewater Infrastructure Offers an Opportunity

The New York Department of Conservation (NYDEC) reports that one-quarter of the state’s 610 wastewater treatment plants are operating beyond their useful life expectancy. Many others are using outmoded and inadequate technology. The majority has stuck to a primary...

Primary Treatment Basics

The Primary treatment stage at a wastewater treatment plant serves the purpose of removing organic and inorganic suspended and floating solids from the wastewater. Conventional primary treatment typically consists of screening, grit removal, flow equalization and...

Primary vs. Secondary Sludge

Sludge refers to the semi-solid residual material which is left behind from the treatment of wastewater. The two main types of sludge produced from the wastewater treatment process are primary and secondary sludge. Primary sludge is a result of the capture of...