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LIFT Technology Scan Identifies Sixteen New Technologies
March 2, 2017 (Alexandria, VA)  Sixteen new technologies will be featured in the upcoming Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology’s (LIFT) Technology Scan. A joint initiative between the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) and the Water Environment Federation, LIFT encourages early adoption of technology and offers an optimal platform for technology providers to present their emerging, pre-commercial, and newly commercialized technology to water utilities and others nationwide, including more than 350 municipal and industrial facility owners. The goal is to connect the right technologies with the right facilities and partners to help advance the technology.

The selected technologies are:

  • Ammonia Splitter (Saltworks)
  • BioVore (Baswood)
  • Class A Biological Hydrolosis (GE Water & Process Technologies)
  • Electron Beam for Environmental Applications (EB Tech Co)
  • HYDRAPULSE (Tellus Utilities)
  • Low Temperature Anaerobic Digestion (NVP Energy)
  • Micro Bubble Aeration (Perlemax)
  • MicroNiche Engineering (Microvi Biotechnologies, Inc.)
  • Monitoring and Control Platform (inCTRL Solutions Inc.)
  • NPXPress (American Water)
  • PONDUS (CNP – Technology and Biosolids Corp.)
  • Quick Wash (Renewable Nutrients, LLC)
  • Sampling and Monitoring System (NJBSoft)
  • SENTRY-AD (Island Water Technologies)
  • Sievers M510C TOC Analyzer (GE Water & Process Technologies)
  • Solid Streem (Cambi, Inc.)
This newest group of technologies marks a milestone for LIFT, now having more than 100 innovative technologies in the Technology Scan program. Details about these technologies and others are available through LIFT Link. WE&RF does not endorse any particular technology or product, and advancement to and participation in this next stage of the process and findings from any demonstration is not a WE&RF endorsement.


The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) is a nonprofit (501c3) organization officially formed in July 2016 as the result of the merger of Water Environment Research Foundation and the WateReuse Research Foundation. The merged research foundation, with a combined research portfolio representing over $200 million, conducts research to treat and recover beneficial materials from wastewater, stormwater, and seawater including water, nutrients, energy, and biosolids.