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.
Demo system shows reuse potential of turning sewage into potable water
Brockville, ON – December 22, 2016: newterra, a leader in modular water, wastewater and groundwater treatment solutions, is pushing the limits of water treatment technology at its 3-acre production facility in Brockville, ON to highlight the growing need for water reuse. The company has installed a fully operational treatment system that turns raw sewage into clean, pure water that’s safe to drink.
Industrial water treatment pioneer continues to thrive and innovate
Brockville, ON – September 2, 2016: newterra, a leader in modular water, wastewater and groundwater treatment solutions, is raising the profile of its legendary COCHRANE brand of industrial, commercial and residential water treatment and deaeration systems. Since its origins in 1863, the COCHRANE name has been synonymous with innovation and robust equipment, having invented the deaerator almost a century ago. newterra gained the prestigious COCHRANE brand with its acquisition of the Crane Water business in 2014.
Water treatment company surpasses 1,000-day mark without a lost time injury
newterra, a leader in modular water, wastewater and groundwater treatment solutions, today announced that it had achieved a significant milestone in accident-free production, service and operations. The company recently surpassed the 1,000-day mark without a single lost time injury at its operations in Canada, the United States and South America. A Lost Time Injury (LTI) is when an employee is hurt while conducting a work-related task and is unable to report for their next scheduled shift.
Prestigious List Recognizes the Top Private Companies in Clean Technology.
newterra, a leader in modular water, wastewater and groundwater treatment solutions, today announced it was named in the prestigious 2015 Global Cleantech 100, produced by Cleantech Group, whose mission is to connect corporates to sustainable innovation. It's the second time in three years that Canadian-based newterra has been awarded this global designation.
Chicago, IL – (September 10, 2015) newterra, a global leader in designing and manufacturing modular water treatment solutions, will be exhibiting one of its decentralized wastewater systems later this month at WEFTEC. The Water Environment Federation's Technical Exhibition and Conference is the largest of its kind in North America, and draws water quality professionals from around the world. The event will be held at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL from September 26-30, 2015. newterra will be at Booth 1275.
newterra CEO outlines the changing perspective on water treatment infrastructure
Bruce Lounsbury, CEO of newterra, a global leader in designing and manufacturing modular water treatment systems, recently summarized the compelling case for decentralized water treatment in the September/October issue of Water Canada magazine.
In the article, Lounsbury cites the advent of new technologies, particularly for wastewater treatment, that offer lower capital costs as well as a higher level of effluent quality that opens the door to reuse opportunities. It's a position endorsed by the USEPA and a growing number of developers and communities that are recognizing the public/private financing opportunities that traditional, large infrastructure projects simply can't provide. newterra's water solutions include scalable, membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater systems that preserve capital by allowing treatment infrastructure to grow in parallel with each phase of a development project.