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  • The EPA & Water Reuse

    Our system in Easton, where the effluent is re-used for irrigation Back in September, the EPA released an action plan for water reuse. The basic long-term goal is to make “wastewater” a thing of the past. We had planned on blogging about this ourselves…

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  • Communities and Their Wastewater Management From Predicament to Prospects

    Note: This was our first blog post on the new website a year ago. For a few different reasons, mainly its importance, we wanted to repost it on the first anniversary.  We are at the end of an infrastructure cycle and the beginning of a new policy era.…

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  • Video Vignettes to Help Tell the AquaPoint Story

    Last month we posted our new & improved YouTube Channel. While the below videos are all on YouTube, we wanted to share them here as well. We feel that they help capture what we are truly about here at AquaPoint. In the first, titled “The AquaPoint…

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  • Lawson’s Finest Liquids & AquaPoint

    Not pictured: incredible tasting beer. A few years back one of the Vermont’s most popular breweries decided to expand with a taproom and large brewing facility. The story of Sean Lawson and his growth in the beer industry is quite well known. What is l…

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  • Introducing AquaPoint’s YouTube Channel

    Just wanted to share a couple of important links with you now that we are all set up on YouTube! First – click here to head to our channel – We currently have three videos up but should have a few more up by the beginning of next month. Please subscrib…

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  • Special Post from AquaPoint’s Founder: Craig Lindell

    One of six bioclere plants as part of a distributed sewer system in Piperton, TN Decentralized wastewater treatment remains anathema to the orthodoxy of Point Source Water Pollution Control and onsite codes. The irony is that decentralized wastewater t…

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  • Back in the Day…

    I know Throwback Thursday isn’t until tomorrow, but maybe we can make “Wayback Wednesday a thing?” We are in the process of building out a historical timeline for our website and came across some absolute gems that we wanted to share. Quality might not…

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  • Luxurious Connecticut Apartments & Wastewater

    Biocleres with apartments in background A few years back, developers were in need of a wastewater treatment solution for their state-of-the-art apartments in Old Saybrook, Connecticut. The developers of Post & Main Apartments, 186 1 & 2 bedroom…

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  • Sustainable Development in the Atlanta Suburbs

    Biocleres in Series & Parallel Serenbe, a “New Urbanism” neighborhood in the Chattahoochee Hills about 30 miles southwest of Atlanta, faced some severe wastewater challenges about 15 years into their development. As a result, Integrated Science…

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  • Tioga Downs Casino Resort Wastewater Upgrade

    When the Owner of Tioga Downs won the rights to build out a full casino in 2016, he added a 160-room hotel and several restaurants, along with more gaming space. In addition to nearly doubling the daily flow rate, the Owner was faced with having to mee…

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