Wastewater Treatment Technology News

Cambrian Innovation and Tree House Brewing Company Partner for Full-Scale Deployment of Next-Generation EcoVolt Solution

Tree House Brewing Company pioneers on-site wastewater treatment at new Charlton brewery, leading the way in responsible environmental stewardship Watertown, MA and Charlton, MA – January 10, 2019 – Tree House Brewing Company, a world-renowned Massachusetts craft brewery known for their uncompromising and unrelenting commitment to the craft and their humble beginnings, and Cambrian Innovation®,… View Article


Cambrian Innovation Announces New Partnership with Domaine Chandon California

Luxury goods conglomerate selects EcoVolt Reactor to treat process water Boston, MA — January 23, 2018 — Cambrian Innovation, a commercial provider of distributed wastewater treatment and resource recovery solutions, today announced a new partnership with Domaine Chandon California, a part of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton SE (LVMH). Cambrian’s EcoVolt Reactor will expand upon… View Article


Talk Clean to Me Podcast

Certain industries, like brewing beer and wine making, use a lot of water. Like a lot. A lot a lot. And what do brewers do with the contaminated wastewater afterwards? They can’t just pour it down the drain, but if they are savvy, they will give Cambrian Innovation a call. Cambrian has a process of treating water cheaply and effectively while creating biogas for energy as a bi-product. In fact, some of those brewers are even reusing their water to make more beer! Join William, Claire, and us to discuss taking water resources full-cycle.

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There’s a Bacteria for That

LeapsMag

“There’s an app for that.” Get ready for a cutting-edge twist on this common phrase. In the life sciences, researchers in the field of synthetic biology are engineering microbes to execute specific tasks, like diagnosing gut inflammation, purifying dirty water, and cleaning up oil spills. Here are five academic and commercial projects underway now that will make you want to add the term “designer bacteria” to your vocab.

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