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The Water Cycle

Posted : July 26,2017
Earth's water is always in movement, and the natural water cycle, also known as the hydrologic cycle, describes the continuous movement of water on, above, and below the surface of the Earth. Water is always changing states between liquid, vapor, and ice, with these pro...
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Wastewater Treatment Water Use

Posted : July 05,2017
We consider wastewater treatment as a water use because it is so interconnected with the other uses of water. Much of the water used by homes, industries, and businesses must be treated before it is released back to the environment.   If the term "wastewater ...
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Be Thankful for Clean Water on Thanksgiving

Posted : November 18,2016
According to the World Health Organization, roughly 1 in 8 people do not have access to safe water. That’s around 884 million people. Though the water systems in the United States aren’t perfect, we have much to be thankful for this Thanksgiving. And clean water sho...
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Wastewater Treatment to Produce Oil in 3 Minutes, not 3 Million Years

Posted : October 29,2016
Are fossil fuels a renewable or nonrenewable resource?   Well, it takes roughly 3 million years for those ‘fossils’ to break down into useable oil, so many would say that for our purposes it’s not.   That may be changing with a new technolo...
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How Higher Interest Rates Could Impact Wastewater Haulers

Posted : October 19,2016
Low interest rates encourage spending and investment in a time when few people want to part with their money or take on risk. In response to the financial crisis in 2008, the Federal Reserve cut its interest rate (Federal Funds Rate) to virtually zero.   Thou...
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Why Wastewater Treatment Could Save the World (and Money)

Posted : September 29,2016
The contents of municipal sewer systems don’t just include (politely speaking) digested food. Vegetable oil, animal fats, and other oils from cooking also find their way from our kitchen sinks into the sewers, where they congeal into a greasy residue called “brown g...
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Senate Passes Water Infrastructure & Wastewater Treatment Legislation

Posted : September 19,2016
As we move toward fall, the feverish activity of the summer months is drawing down. The days are shortening and the kids are back in school. Also returning from a long summer break is the U.S. Congress, which recently made headway on an impactful piece of legislation ca...
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An Answer to New York’s Prayer for Rain?

Posted : August 30,2016
Water, you don’t miss it until it’s in short supply.   Rainfall has been exceptionally scarce across the tri-state area for the past several months, and government officials in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are growing concerned about how the lack of ...
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Recycled Wastewater: Good Enough for Apple, Inc.

Posted : July 29,2016
Besides discussing many innovative wastewater treatment methods on this blog, we also like to look at ways that wastewater is put to use. From brewing beer to watering crops, wastewater can be put to use in numerous applications in a wide variety of industries. Now, tec...
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Strange Bedfellows? Gas Companies & Environmental Groups Agree to Wastewater Standards

Posted : July 18,2016
A collaborative of natural gas companies, environmental groups, and NGOs joined forces in 2013 in order to set standards for the safe discharge of treated shale wastewater. The result was The Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD), a group that has created impo...
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The Clear H2O Method


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    AWWT conducts preliminary assessments of your systems, facility, and processes to determine productive methods for wastewater removal, management, and treatment.

  • Control

    Through a patented technology, AWWT will implement the most effective treatments based on our investigatory findings and your wastewater management needs.

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    Collectively we will achieve and maintain “green and clean” solutions through protection and management planning of your future wastewater treatment methods.

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watercyclesummary

"The Water Cycle"

Earth's water is always in movement, and the natural water cycle, also...

Read More >>
Aerating Ponds, Sewage Treatment PlantReleased: Ray Wexler

"Wastewater Treatment Water Use"

We consider wastewater treatment as a water use because it is so inter...

Read More >>

"Be Thankful for Clean Water on Thanksgiving"

According to the World Health Organization, roughly 1 in 8 people do n...

Read More >>