Montana company’s high tech algae farming

David Erickson writes in the (Montana) Missoulian that Clearas Water Recovery, a Missoula tech company formed eight years ago, has developed a patented process to use algae to remove nitrogen and phosphorous from public wastewater treatment plants. Often referred to as “nutrient loading,” these two elements cause…

Algae wastewater cleaning technology scores in Wisconsin

Tom Lindfors writes in the New Richmond News about how the Roberts, Wisconsin, wastewater treatment plant – considered a minor utility designed to treat an average flow of up to 465,000 gallons per-day – is working with a new algae technology from Clearas Water Recovery as one of the first communities…