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Award: MicroClear MBR 125,000 GPD system in New York

Newterra has been awarded a new project for a 125,000 GPD (470 m3/d) MBR in New York State.

Split image showing the Newterra Uni-Pac system before shipment and after shipping, base elevated tank and structure on the left and the same product with electrical panels and other components on the right with the word Shipped placed to convey the product in its shipped state.

UNI-PAC Deaerator Launch

Cochrane by Newterra Expands It‚Äôs Deaerator Line! The ALL-NEW Cochrane¬†Uni-Pac Deaerator¬†is specifically designed for smaller boilers…

Award: MicroClear MBR/S for school in Pennsylvania

Newterra has been awarded a project to supply a MicroClear MBR/S System. The 21,000 GPD (85 m3/d) system…

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EPRO Launches LMF-80 Commercial RO

Our¬†EPRO¬†by Newterra division is excited to announce the shipping of their latest Model…

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With BOD, What You See is Not Often What You Get

Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) is a measure of the amount of dissolved oxygen used by microorganisms to break down organic material in a sample of water. As they do so, these microorganisms deplete the amount of dissolved oxygen in the water, which can be deadly for aquatic species like fish that rely on dissolved oxygen to live.

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Newterra achieves Platinum status Deloitte 50 Best Managed Companies

Newterra is once again excited to announce that we have achieved Platinum status as a distinguished recipient of…

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MBR Membrane Aging

Membrane aging ‚ąí a hard life? Just like the rest of us, membranes get old and don‚Äôt always…

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The Clara in King County’s Award-Winning Public Project

The Clara in King County‚Äôs Award-Winning Enumclaw Transfer Station Project King County Solid Waste Division‚Äôs Enumclaw Recycling &…

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EPA Proposes Updates to Lead and Copper Rule

As part of Children’s Health Month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a proposed rule that significantly improves the actions that water systems must take to reduce lead in the nation’s drinking water. EPA Regional Administrator Mike Stoker announced the proposal at an event in Las Vegas. This action represents the first major overhaul of the Lead and Copper Rule since 1991 and marks a critical step in advancing the Trump Administration’s Federal Action Plan to Reduce Childhood Lead Exposures.