Information & Resources

Get the latest wastewater treatment information with Cambrian Innovation's collection of case studies, white papers, scientific, and product literature.

Case Studies

Water Audit Expands Reuse Opportunities at Brewery

Water Audit Expands Reuse Opportunities at Brewery

A partnership demonstrates how breweries and other industrial operations can decrease water consumption from onsite process water treatment and reuse strategies.

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White Papers

Brewery Water and Process Water Management

Brewery Water and Process Water Management

It is no surprise that craft brewers, consistent innovators in both product and process, are tackling input water and spent process water management challenges head on, implementing water conservation programs and investing in sustainable process water treatment technologies. Learn about the various technologies available to breweries and, more specifically, about the opportunity associated with anaerobic treatment technologies such as the EcoVolt Reactor.

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Taking the Waste Out of Wastewater

Taking the Waste Out of Wastewater

The case for water reuse is clear, both economically and environmentally. A well-managed water reuse project using Cambrian’s distributed, modular, and automated architecture can dramatically reduce costs. By turning to water reuse, companies can expand their production capacity and boost revenue streams without exceeding their consumption ceiling.

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Optimizing Brewery Wastewater and Spent Grain Management

Optimizing Brewery Wastewater and Spent Grain Management

Learn about the significant economic and environmental value, in the form of clean water and clean energy, embedded in the solid and soluble waste from the brewing process. With water security declining and the cost of waste disposal rising, the intrinsic value in wastewater will pave a path forward for long-term and stable growth.

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Scientific Literature

Microbial Fuel Cells – Background

Microbial Fuel Cells – Background

"Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) represent a completely new method of renewable energy recovery: the direct conversion of organic matter to electricity using bacteria."

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Electromicrobiology

Electromicrobiology

Electromicrobiology is a new research discipline that seeks to understand the transmission of electrical signaling structures between microbes and how they can be leveraged in clean technology systems

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Product Literature

Cambrian Innovation Brochure: Advanced Wastewater Treatment, Powered by EcoVolt

Cambrian Innovation Brochure: Advanced Wastewater Treatment, Powered by EcoVolt

Overview, including key features and benefits, of Cambrian’s Water-Energy Purchase Agreement and EcoVolt solutions

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EcoVolt Solution Online Tour

EcoVolt Solution Online Tour

Walk through a typical EcoVolt installation, from equalization to energy production. Each slide highlights a different operation and benefit within the overall solution’s architecture.

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EcoVolt Reactor Cut Sheet

EcoVolt Reactor Cut Sheet

Learn more about the EcoVolt Reactor, a bioelectrically-enhanced anaerobic treatment solution that eliminates BOD and generates renewable biogas from high-strength wastewater streams, producing clean water and clean energy.

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EcoVolt MBR Cut Sheet

EcoVolt MBR Cut Sheet

Learn more about the EcoVolt MBR, an aerobic treatment system that uses state-of-the-art aeration, robust membrane filtration, and a dynamically-integrated controls architecture to remove over 99 percent of contaminants from wastewater streams.

 

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Wastewater Treatment & Water Reuse as a Service: Increasing a Brewery’s Sustainability at No Upfront Cost

Wastewater Treatment & Water Reuse as a Service: Increasing a Brewery’s Sustainability at No Upfront Cost

Launched in 2015 and based on the solar industry’s successful power purchase agreement (PPA), Cambrian Innovation’s WEPA (Water-Energy Purchase Agreement) services offer industrial businesses a low-cost, low-risk alternative to traditional capital purchases, leases, and operating contracts. Check out our poster from the 2017 Master Brewers Conference to learn more!

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