Quick Wash Ammonia wins FLC Award
The Renewable Nutrients Quick Wash Ammonia technology was awarded the FLC Southeast Excellence in Technology Transfer Award. This is the second FLC award for Quick Wash.
Renewable Nutrients Patented Nitrogen Removal & Ammonia Recovery process is disruptive to current technologies as it recovers the ammonia for beneficial use and by its very nature can be operated with no impact to the biological process. With the Renewable Nutrients Patented Ammonia Recovery process in place, an existing facility will:
Reduce inputs of energy, carbon, alkalinity
Recover rather than destroy a valuable resource
Produce a high quality, saleable product
Improve the quality of the effluent by enhancing exiting nutrient removal processes
Allow the reduction of ammonia alkalinity
Potentially free existing capacity and allow the rerating of treatment plants in lieu of additional capital investment
Provide a solution for additional capacity in plants with limited footprint for expansion.
Renewable Nutrients is a leading provider of nutrient recovery technologies.
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