The collaboration combines Ostara’s process solutions for nutrient recovery with Evoqua’s water and wastewater treatment solutions to help municipalities recover nutrients and convert them into fertilizers.
Under the agreement, Evoqua will lead the sales and implementation of Ostara’s nutrient recovery solutions into the North America and Western Europe municipal markets. Evoqua’s project delivery resources provide additional strength to further accelerate the growing adoption of nutrient recovery solutions to mitigate the excessive richness of nutrients in lakes and other bodies of water. Nutrient recovery solutions such as these can convert the excessive nutrient loads into a usable, beneficial product.
“Ostara’s industry-leading technology for nutrient recovery is a natural fit with Evoqua’s extensive wastewater treatment portfolio,” said Hervé Fages, Evoqua’s Executive Vice President and President of the Applied Product Technologies Segment. “We are pleased to enhance our offering of sustainable solutions, providing our customers with the opportunity to recover valuable resources from their wastewater treatment process while helping to reduce operating costs and meet their sustainability and circular economy goals.”
“We are proud to partner with Evoqua, a trusted water treatment technology provider with global reach,” says Dan Parmar, President and CEO of Ostara. “This partnership leverages the resources of each party, allowing more rapid adoption of our nutrient recovery solutions into new market geographies as well as new market segments. Further, by combining Ostara’s and Evoqua’s proven complementary technologies, we can deliver complete resource recovery solutions through an integrated offering. It’s a true win-win partnership that also expands the production and distribution reach of our sustainable phosphorus-based Crystal Green® fertilizer.”
Read the article online at: https://www.worldfertilizer.com/environment/20092021/evoqua-water-technologies-and-ostara-nutrient-recovery-technologies-form-partnership/
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