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Treatment Resources, Inc.

Treatment Resources, Inc.
11670 Fountains Drive Suite 200
Minneapolis, MN 55369

Phone: 651-702-2692
Fax: 763-240-9824
Email: sales@treatmentresources.com
Website: http://treatmentresources.com

Contact Information

Name: Gregg Backstrom
Phone: 612-201-4889
Email: gbackstrom@treatmentresources.com

LATEST NEWS & EVENTS

March 16, 2020

Mr. Justin Wippo

Technical Manager

 

p r e s e n t i n g @

R o o m    2 0 4

Session E - 1

March 16, 2020

09:05 - 09:35 AM

SCEC website: link

SCEC program: link

Sheraton Myrtle Beach Convention
2101 North Oak Street
Myrtle Beach, SC


 

April 1, 2020

TPS exhibiting @

 

B o o t h   1 1 0

April 1 - 2, 2020

RBC website: link

RBC program: link

Minneapolis Convention Center
1301 2nd Ave S
Minneapolis, MN


 

April 16, 2020

Mr. Justin Wippo

Technical Manager

 

p r e s e n t i n g @

Room: Sunbrook A

Topic: Biosolids

April 16, 2020

11:10 - 11:45 AM

WEAU website: link

WEAU program: link

Dixie Center
53 North River Road
St George, UT


 

May 4 - 8, 2020

Thermal Process

 

exhibiting @

Hall A4 Booth 122

May 4 - 8, 2020

IFAT website: link

Messegelände München, Germany


 

February 11, 2020

Prof. Linda Lee, PhD

Purdue University

Dr. Linda Lee is a Professor in the Department of Agronomy at Purdue University. In this episode Linda discusses the science of PFAS in water treatment, her recent article published in the Water Environment Research Journal, and how her work began 15 years ago when DuPont asked her to expand knowledge of the so-called "forever chemicals." She talks about current science on the presence and removal methods of PFAS in drinking water, wastewater, and biosolids. Linda also explains what is known about the fate and transport of PFAS into the soil, groundwater, and crops when biosolids are applied to agricultural land.

PFAS in Water

Wastewater &

Biosolids

WEF website: link

WEF PodCast: link


 

February 5, 2020

! Outstanding !

 (-: Congratulations :-)

City of Geneva, NY

Beneficial Use of

Biosolids Award

The installation of the ATAD system has mitigated several key risk factors associated with traditional composting and/or landfilling activities including vector attraction, contaminated runoff, and unwanted odor. The end product is essentially neutralized of pathogenic and odorous organic content, reducing the likelihood of vector attraction. 

One benefit of the ATAD process is that it provides more complete digestion of the incoming sludges, converting more of the influent BOD loading and reducing the amount of solids to be dried and hauled from the plant. 

A second benefit of the ATAD process is the nitrification/denitrification process inherent to the ATAD technology, which converts ammonia and nitrogen very efficiently.  

Over the past 10 years, the system has proven itself to be reliable and accurate in terms of operation, employing a sophisticated computer system to control the entire process and requiring little operator input from start to finished product. 

 

NYWEA website: link

NYWEA Award: link

525 Plum Street, Suite 102
Syracuse, NY


 

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TPS grows its Portfolio!

S o l a r  D r y i n g

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G L O B A L

reaching new markets with

ciclo-tech website: link

ciclo-tech: bringing industry leading technologies to projects and endusers in the Middle East and Africa Regions


 



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