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WesTech Expands Its Package Plant Product Line with RapiSand Plus™

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November 29, 2018 – WesTech Engineering is pleased to announce the availability of RapiSand Plus™, a recent addition to its line of package treatment plants for municipal and industrial water and wastewater.

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Cucamonga Valley Water District Selects Microvi MNE to Restore Wellfield

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November 21, 2018 — WesTech Engineering, Inc. (WesTech) announced today that it has been awarded a contract to design and build a full-scale groundwater nitrate treatment solution, featuring the breakthrough Microvi MNE™ technology, for the Cucamonga Valley Water District (CVWD) in Rancho Cucamonga, California. The project is a collaborative delivery between WesTech and CVWD and is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2019.

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Arizona Water Treatment Plant Project of the Year Award Includes WesTech RapiSand™ Ballasted Flocculation

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October 1, 2018 — Big news: The Santan Vista Water Treatment Plant’s phase II expansion has been selected as Water Treatment Plant Project of the Year by the Arizona Water Association. The plant’s expansion, which doubled its capacity from 24 MGD to 48 MGD, came online this spring, serving the fast-growing communities of Gilbert and Chandler, Arizona.  

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Demonstration of Wastewater Treatment Technology Shows Full Nitrogen Removal in Less Than Two Hours

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September 7, 2018 — The Oro Loma Sanitary District in San Lorenzo, CA, has partnered with Microvi Biotech, Inc. and WesTech Engineering, Inc. to showcase a large-scale demonstration of the Microvi MNE™ solution for Oro Loma’s wastewater treatment plant.  

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Upheaval and Innovation in Power Plant Wastewater Management

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Published by POWER magazine.


Regulatory uncertainty, changing resources, and an industry-wide drive to cut costs and boost flexibility and efficiency are among a growing list of challenges that are prompting new approaches to treat power plant wastewater. Factors that affect the eventual technology or treatment choices made by plant owners are deeply dependent on their distinct suitability to a plant as a solution. 

POWER magazine included comments from WesTech engineer Brett Housley in its roundup article of wastewater treatment solutions.

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