Biological & Sustainable
Enhanced nutrient recovery wastewater treatment solution that outperforms chemical options
Modular & Scalable
Enhanced nutrient recovery wastewater treatment solution designed to grow with customer needs
Enhanced nutrient recovery wastewater treatment solution with competitive economics at ENR levels
The CLEARAS ABNR Solution
CLEARAS Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) system is a controlled and continuous flow environment that leverages a facility’s existing microbiology – algae and other biological organisms – to recover excess phosphorus, nitrogen and other high-profile contaminants in wastewater.
An extension of the activated sludge process, our patented ABNR system is a bolt-on and modular solution that scales as your needs grow – seamlessly integrating into your existing wastewater treatment infrastructure.
To learn more about the ABNR™ process, view our overview video.
- Phosphorus and Nitrogen Recovery to Near Non-Detect Levels
- Multi-constituent Remediation
- Competitive Total Cost of Ownership
- Modular and Scalable Design
- Sustainable, Biological and Chemical-free
How It Performs
Achieving lower levels than any other solutions, CLEARAS ABNR™ recovers both phosphorus and nitrogen to near non-detect levels from influent to effluent for our municipal and industrial clients.
Founded in 2008, CLEARAS Water Recovery is a team of engineers, innovators and problem solvers experienced in both startup and Fortune 500 companies. We design, build, and operate next-generation ABNR solutions that deliver the highest quality wastewater treatment to our partner-clients at the lowest total cost of ownership. We are dedicated to ensuring that our partner-clients succeed, and are backed by a network of strategic advisers that provide expertise in engineering, biological processes, and systems management.
News / Resources
Recent NewsBeaver Dam has agreed to reduce the phosphorous output of its wastewater plant through new technology, settling a three-year dispute with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. Last week, the Common Council approved spending up to $50,000 on a facility study to help reduce phosphorous flowing into the Beaver Dam River. They also approved a letter of intent to work with Clearas Water Recovery based in Missoula, Montana. Follow the link to read more...
Industry ArticleClearas is featured in the Summer, 2016 edition of Influents, the official publication of the Water Environment Association of Ontario. The article, which appears on pages 61-63, and is titled Nutrient Reduction Through Use of an Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery Process, describes how the...