Microvi MNE Solution to Restore Billions of Gallons of Drinking Water in California at Cucamonga Valley Water District

The multi-million-dollar turnkey project will reduce nitrate contamination without producing a significant waste stream allowing CVWD to cost effectively restore production from a critical groundwater resource. The full-scale system has the potential to provide over 2 billion gallons of clean drinking water annually by bringing three wells back online.

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Microvi MNE implemented at Thames Water Wastewater Treatment Plant in UK to Demonstrate Ammonia Removal in Cold Temperatures

Microvi and WesTech have installed a fully automated Microvi MNE demonstration plant configured as a tertiary nitrification system for ammonia removal. Microvi’s MNE technology intensifies the treatment process, allowing Thames Water to treat more wastewater within existing infrastructure—meeting the demands of anticipated population growth.

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Ameen Razavi
$2 Million US Department of Energy Grant Awarded for Collaborative Project to Develop Economical Bio-Based Fuel Additive

The project promises to improve fuel efficiency and economy. The project will create a bio-based fuel additive that can be blended with diesel fuel to significantly reduce soot and greenhouse gas emissions and yield cleaner engine operation in cold-weather conditions. 

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Microvi and Southern Water to Demonstrate Phosphorus Removal and Recovery Using Microvi MNE Process

Microvi MNE™ wastewater solutions, based on Microvi’s proprietary MicroNiche Engineering™(MNE) platform, overcome challenges with the conventional paradigm.  Microvi MNE reduces waste and chemical usage for cost-effective phosphorus capture and recovery for a sustainable circular economy. 

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Large-scale Demonstration of Groundbreaking Wastewater Treatment Technology Shows Full Nitrogen Removal in less than Two Hours

Installed in April 2018, results from the demonstration show that the combined nitrification-denitrification process can achieve effluent levels consistently below 3 mg/L and even as low as 1 mg/L TN from influent ammonia (NH3) concentrations as high as 45 mg/L. These results occur with a retention time of under two hours, and little to no biosolids are produced. 

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