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Medini Annavajhala To Showcase the Wastewater Treatment Potential of Commamox at WEFTEC 2017

September 15, 2017

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During WEFTEC 2017 Session No. 501, Commamox: New Kid on the Block, or Not?, attendees will learn about Commamox (CMX) bacteria, which have the ability to convert ammonia to nitrate within a single organism. Presentations during the session provide an overview of CMX and research into incorporating it into the engineered nitrogen cycle at water […]

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WEF’s Matt Ries Learns About Wastewater Energy Innovations from European Experts

October 22, 2012

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Matt Reis, chief technical officer at the Water Environment Federation (Alexandria, Va.), stands next to a gas extratction device on top of the Polk County (Fla.) bioreactor landfill. Photo courtesy of Reis.

Matt Ries, chief technical officer at the Water Environment Federation (WEF; Alexandria, Va.), spends his days working to find and connect WEF with the newest and best wastewater treatment innovations around the world. This pursuit continues into his personal life, too. Ries spends much of his free time learning even more about these innovations during […]

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