We are shortlisted as GWI’s Water Technology Company of the Year.

Drive Out Nutrient Pollution

Bringing people together with application knowledge to

by providing our top of the line solutions to municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities.

Our focus is to expand this platform to promote water quality. The challenges associated with nutrient management are compounding every year. We are building a portfolio of products and services that municipal and industrial wastewater treatment operators need, with the people who know how to solve nutrient management challenges.

Over the past 50 years, increased agricultural, storm-water, development, rainfall, and wastewater effluent have combined to produce a concentration of nutrients in downstream water bodies.

Excess nutrients can cause eutrophication and subsequent toxic algae blooms, resulting in loss of aquatic life, deteriorating human health and other environmental and economic damage.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has named nutrient pollution “one of America’s most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems,” with 58% of rivers and streams, 40% of lake acres, and 23% of Great Lakes shoreline classified as impaired.

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We’re Building a Water Quality Platform to

‘Turn the tide’ in the pursuit of critical water quality solutions

This expanding group of companies in the wastewater treatment space, pools resources, shares ideas and builds each other’s business up to help customers remove nutrients from water.

Environmental Dynamics International

Founded in 1975, EDI designs, manufactures, and installs custom high-efficiency diffused aeration systems for which it also provides maintenance and parts support. Customers are served through several international offices, a UK manufacturing and distribution center, and a wide network of local independent partners. Research and development, engineering, design, manufacturing, and a sales center are located in Columbia, Missouri.

Nexom

Based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Nexom provides engineers and operators with turnkey biological, filtration, and lagoon-based technology solutions for nutrient removal and cleaner water. At more than 800 installations worldwide, operators utilize proprietary Nexom technologies to achieve regulatory compliance of pollutants, including ammonia, phosphorus, nitrate, biological oxygen demand (BOD), and wastewater reuse, particularly in cold climates.

EOSI

Based in Pocasset, Massachusetts, EOSi provides proprietary nonhazardous and environmentally sustainable liquid organic chemicals (MicroC®) and technical services for biological nutrient removal applications in wastewater systems. EOSi offers strong product quality, technical support, and service levels to plant operators at municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities of all sizes.

ATAC Solutions

ATAC Solutions Ltd. is a leading UK environmental services company specializing in wastewater services and wastewater equipment on a capital purchase or hire basis. ATAC designs, manufactures, installs, and commissions a large range of process equipment and bespoke process technologies from its BS EN ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 quality standard accredited facility in Maidstone, Kent.

    Napier-Reid

    Napier-Reid is a leading supplier of engineered water and wastewater treatment systems located in Markham, Ontario, Canada. Since its inception in 1950, Napier-Reid had completed over 3,000 water and wastewater treatment contracts for both municipal and industrial clients in more than 40 countries.

    Triplepoint

    Colorado-based Triplepoint Environmental is a leading supplier of wastewater lagoon systems for rural communities. Founded in 2007, Triplepoint provides high-performing, high-value lagoon solutions for industrial and municipal customers across the U.S. and Canada. Triplepoint’s innovative lagoon technologies, including its flagship Ares Aerator solution, utilize existing infrastructure to ease the financial burden of upgrades while reinventing lagoons to meet new, more stringent effluent limits.