LONG BEACH, Calif., April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- APTwater, Inc., an emerging leader in water treatment process technologies and services, has signed an agreement with the Cucamonga Valley Water District to demonstrate its innovative ARoNite™ nitrate removal technology. APTwater has been contracted to Design, Build, and Operate its new technology on-site, in order to revitalize one of the CVWD's long stranded assets in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. The contract will encompass serving drinking water to the Rancho Cucamonga Valley following the successful demonstration period and permitting process. The project will improve water quality and supply reliability in the surrounding area.
The ARoNite™ technology is the first commercially available of its kind. Using a naturally occurring biological process to destroy, rather than displace nitrate contaminants from drinking water, APTwater's ARoNite™ technology provides a sustainable option for treating this commonly found toxic chemical. "The Rancho Cucamonga project represents an exciting opportunity to demonstrate the potential for our technology to responsibly place decommissioned groundwater back into service," APTwater COO Peter Bokor said.
The Cucamonga Valley Water District is a dynamic, growing organization whose sole purpose is to provide high quality, safe and reliable water and wastewater services, while practicing good stewardship of natural and financial resources.
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