With Newterra, you can access potable water from any raw water source, utlizing our pre-engineered treatment solutions. Including our Adsorber Filtration Systems for effective perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) and emerging contaminants removal at any flow rate. Our Membrane-based Solutions are ideal for water sources that require advanced separation, such as seawater and groundwater. The Newterra cost-efficient Decentralized Modular Systems, and Treatment Technologies streamline onsite installation and guarantee high-quality drinking water for municipalities and private and commercial developers.
From the high cost of servicing and compliance to the lack of available capacity, municipal, rural and remote communities suffer from costly water challenges. Newterra provides water systems that produce clean, safe water reliably in any location.
With cost-effectiveness and compliance at the forefront, we’ll tailor a solution that addresses your unique needs. Our pre-engineered systems are rapidly deployed so you can save time and money.
Robust Solutions for Longevity
The Newterra treatment experts will learn your needs and goals before tailoring a solution that optimizes your filtration, including the removal of a majority of organic contaminants in the water stream. We design our systems to operate reliably and efficiently in the harshest of environments, along with built-in redundancies for safety. Plus, our decentralized systems are housed in durable, protective modular buildings for simple transportation, decommission and relocation.
Meet Regulations With Effective Adsorption
Whether you’re a city engineer or plant manager, we’ll design a system that safeguards the public’s health. Our systems will allow you to reach non-detect levels and satisfy the most stringent regulations for PFAS and contaminant removal. Plus, we provide ongoing support throughout the lifecycle of your PFAS or contaminant treatment.
Cost Benefits With Scalable Systems
Effectively pace your costs with our modular and scalable systems. Rather than constructing a large system for future capacity, our systems can be scaled up in stages as your needs progress. Our modular solutions provide simplified installation and fast integration into your daily operations. Each system is fully plumbed, wired and tested before arriving at your site. Plus, our systems are housed in durable, protective containers for simple transportation, decommission and relocation.
Customizable Design for Specific Needs
No matter your site’s unique challenges, we can help. Thanks to our decades of expertise, we provide a wide variety of treatment technologies with the end user in mind, delivering you a system that’s easy to understand and simple to operate. Based on your specific needs, we’ll design a system that guarantees safe, clean water for the long term.
- Liquid Phase Active Metals RemovalMedia MRM (Hydroxyapatite)
- Liquid Phase Granular Active Carbon Media 5D-1240-HM-(Coal GAC)
- Liquid Phase Granular Active Carbon Media 5DAW-1240-(Coal GAC)
- Liquid Phase Granular Active Carbon Media 5DC-1230 (Coconut Shell GAC)
- Liquid Phase Granular Active Carbon Media 5DC-1230-NSF-(Coconut Shell GAC)
Save on Treatment Infrastructure and Meet Compliance
We understand the urgency of providing safe, clean water to your population while meeting compliance. Our collaborative industry leaders will quickly design effective PFAS remediation solutions that work with your environment and optimize your budget, all while satisfying regulations.
To be cost-effective, you need water and treatment solutions that are robust, scalable and flexible. Our pre-tested, plug-and-play decentralized systems are pre-fabricated to minimize site work and your overall project costs. Each system focuses on long-term sustainability while meeting the strictest regulatory requirements for potable water.
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