News & Press

3/31/16

Clearas Water Recovery Announces Regional Partnership with Mulcahy Shaw

Missoula, MT – Clearas Water Recovery, Inc., a leading provider of proprietary and advanced biological wastewater treatment technology, today announced that it has selected Mulcahy Shaw Water to represent the patented Clearas Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) product line in the growing markets of Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan are included in 2 significant watersheds of national importance: The Upper Mississippi and the Great Lakes Watersheds.

3/23/16

Clearas Water Recovery Closes $4MM Series B Funding Round

Missoula, MT – Clearas Water Recovery, Inc., a leading provider of proprietary and advanced biological wastewater treatment technology, today announced it has closed $4 million of Series B Funding through existing investors, Cowles Companies, Next Frontier Capital and Goodworks Ventures. Proceeds will accelerate growth, attract and retain top talent, and allow for continued optimization of the Company’s Advanced Biological Nutrient Recovery (ABNR™) platform.

3/14/16

Schott Glass Solutions: As Clear As Water

Schott Glass
The US company Clearas has developed a biological, algae-based method by which water can be purified for reuse and, at the same time, valuable biomass as a byproduct can be obtained. Photobioreactors that contain glass tubes demonstrate their ability to perform in a test facility.
8/13/15

New Phosphorous Removal Tech Put to the Test in Ohio

Water Online
Perrysburg, a city near Toledo, OH, has partnered with Clearas Water Technology to remove phosphorus from their wastewater.
7/31/15

City Views Wastewater Testing

The Toledo Blade
Phosphorus is a big contributor to the formation of harmful algal blooms. The blooms gave off toxins that led to the Toledo water crisis last August, contaminating the water supply of more than 500,000 metro water customers.
7/30/15

Perrysburg Gets New Technology to Treat Discharged Water

NBC News, Perrysburg OH
The City of Perrysburg is trying something new to reduce pollution that flows into the Maumee River and, eventually, Lake Erie.
7/30/15

Perrysburg Launches New Biological Water Treatment Pilot Program

Toledo News Now
On Thursday, city officials unveiled a pilot program that could help lower the amount of nutrients flowing into the lake.
7/30/15

Perrysburg Water Test

ABC News, Perrysburg, OH
There is a way to cut down on one of the main sources of food for toxic algae. It's being tested right now at the Perrysburg wastewater treatment plant.

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