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Partial lagoon cleanouts help balance performance and budgets

DATE POSTED: August 28, 2020

If you’re going to clean out a cell or two at your wastewater lagoon, there are circumstances when a partial cleanout might be the best, fastest way to quickly fix […]

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Is your treatment plant suffering from washout?

DATE POSTED: August 28, 2020

Every wastewater plant can experience washout—a condition where high hydraulic loading causes microorganisms to be flushed out of a treatment cell at a faster rate than they can be replenished. […]

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Did you miss our webinars?

DATE POSTED: July 30, 2020

Over the past few weeks our team ran a series of educational webinars that took a deep dive into Bishop BioCord Reactors and our new Rare Earth Advanced Coagulant for […]

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BioCord Reactors set to provide enhanced ammonia removal for Limoges WWTF

DATE POSTED: July 30, 2020

Bishop BioCord™ Reactors are in place at the lagoons of the Limoges WWTF as part of a $10-million project, designed and managed by R.V Anderson Associates Limited, to upgrade the […]

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North Rustico WWTF saves on sludge handling with Bishop Solids Management Solution

DATE POSTED: July 30, 2020

The North Rustico WWTF used to haul away as many as three truckloads of waste sludge per week, which was mostly water and cost the town nearly $50,000 annually. So […]

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Bishop’s Christine Gan wins Award of Excellence from Algonquin College

DATE POSTED: June 25, 2020

Bishop Water Engineer, Christine Gan, was recently honoured with an Award of Excellence from Algonquin College for her role as a supervisor and mentor for co-op student Breanna Foster. Breanna […]

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Bishop Water wins 2020 Water’s Next Award

DATE POSTED: June 19, 2020

We are honored and excited to receive the 2020 Water’s Next award in the category of Projects and Technology: Early Adoption. The award recognizes the use of Bishop BioCord reactors […]

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Bishop Water nominated for 2020 Water’s Next award

DATE POSTED: May 22, 2020

Bishop Water has been selected as a finalist for a 2020 Water’s Next Award in the category of Projects and Technology: Early Adoption.  The nomination recognizes the use of Bishop […]

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Rare earth coagulant helps Hartford, WI achieve stringent phosphorus limit of 0.075mg/L

DATE POSTED: May 22, 2020

When the state of Wisconsin created stringent new water quality standards in 2013 to protect surface waters from eutrophication, about 400 treatment plants received tough new discharge limits for total […]

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More than a sandbag: Geotube® containers protect shorelines, restore beaches, create wetlands and more.

DATE POSTED: April 28, 2020

What does a beach restoration in the U.S., a jetty in Ecuador, and an underwater structure used in Germany to contain dredge spoils have in common?  All are examples of […]

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BioCord vs MBBR for lagoon upgrades—improvements without expansion

DATE POSTED: April 28, 2020

Adding moving bed treatment media to a wastewater lagoon might seem like an ideal option to expand capacity and improve performance, but often requires more space and capital cost for […]

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Construction underway of full-scale BioCord; Reactor system to cost-effectively expand treatment capacity at Limoges WWTF

DATE POSTED: March 30, 2020

Construction is underway of a full-scale Bishop BioCord™ Reactor system to upgrade the capacity and performance of the Limoges Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF) in The Nation Municipality, located 45 minutes […]

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Bishop Water BioCord Reactors to be distributed in Chile by Novatech

DATE POSTED: February 27, 2020

Simple, low-energy BioCord process offers affordable wastewater treatment option for hundreds of small communities and industrial sites in Chile Bishop Water BioCord™ Reactors have made their way to South America […]

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The impact of rare earth biosolids as a soil amendment

DATE POSTED: February 27, 2020

The precipitate from chemical phosphorus removal systems typically becomes a component of the total biosolids produced by a wastewater facility. Biosolids containing ferric and alum sludge are often used as […]

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Why does freezing improve Geotube® dewatering performance?

DATE POSTED: February 27, 2020

Geotube containers that are filled late in the year are often left onsite over the winter to experience the dewatering advantages that the freeze-thaw cycle brings. Once the thawing begins, […]

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Here’s a New Year resolution you can stick to – achieving lower phosphorus limits

DATE POSTED: January 29, 2020

The New Year has come and gone, which means we all should be making good progress on achieving—or abandoning—our commitments for personal improvement in 2020. Maybe your treatment plant is […]

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Spring is coming. Get ready to remove your lagoon’s sludge blanket

DATE POSTED: January 29, 2020

It won’t be long before spring weather arrives and wastewater lagoons begin to thaw and return to more efficient operation. But as this happens, non-aerated lagoons can experience benthal feedback—a […]

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Bishop Solids Management Solution — Dewatering for all occasions

DATE POSTED: December 13, 2019

We’ve dewatered a lot of stuff over the years. Everything from ordinary wastewater sludge and excess soil from construction sites, to noxious slurries containing really smelly organics, industrial process wastewater, […]

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Proving BioCord cold-weather nitrification under highly variable conditions

DATE POSTED: December 11, 2019

What happens when a BioCord™ pilot system experiences operating conditions that are much different than what was expected? Is the data still useful? Is the pilot project considered a success?  […]

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Meet Roberta Maffettone

DATE POSTED: November 27, 2019

It’s not easy to keep up with Roberta Maffettone, our Engineering and Technical Specialist.  During the weekdays, Roberta is involved in research and project design for our BioCord and solids […]

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Are you on the right path for lagoon sludge management? A sludge map can help.

DATE POSTED: November 27, 2019

How much sludge is in your treatment lagoon? Is it half full or half empty? Either way, digging up the dirt on your sludge can be a huge asset for […]

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Simple solution helps water treatment plant slash the cost of residuals management

DATE POSTED: November 27, 2019

Water treatment plants can generate significant amounts of residuals from processes such as clarification, sedimentation, softening, iron and manganese removal, filter backwash and more. These residuals typically require additional equipment […]

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Slash sludge disposal costs using ClariPhos

DATE POSTED: October 29, 2019

ClariPhos™ rare earth coagulant reduces sludge by as much as 50% Is sludge disposal hauling away too much of your operating budget? A 2016 report* prepared for the Vermont legislature, […]

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BioCord’s low-energy compressors beat blowers for efficiency and cost

DATE POSTED: September 30, 2019

Aeration is costly, so when we designed Bishop BioCord reactors, we focused on achieving a high level of nutrient reduction using the least possible amount of energy. Instead of using […]

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OctoAir microbubble diffuser ends high manganese in drinking water for Alberta community

DATE POSTED: September 30, 2019

Using an industrial diffuser with high oxygen transfer efficiency, manganese levels in an Alberta Raw Water Pond were diminished within just three days. Problem: High manganese causing taste, odour, and […]

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Don’t sweat over cold-weather ammonia removal. Test our simple, low-energy BioCord system

DATE POSTED: August 21, 2019

If you’re already starting to worry about cold-weather ammonia reduction in your wastewater plant, we can help ease your troubles. Our BioCord fixed-film biological system is a simple, low-energy process […]

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Dewatering with Geotube® vs belt press – which one wins?

DATE POSTED: August 21, 2019

Gravity or pressure—which is more effective when dewatering wastewater sludge? Both are proven methods to remove water from slurry and produce a cake that can be handled for disposal or […]

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How ClariPhos rare earth coagulant helps keep pH in balance, while also achieving ultra-low phosphorus limits.

DATE POSTED: August 21, 2019

We’re not suggesting that you can use ClariPhos™ rare earth coagulant to control pH. But it’s unique properties mean that it is far less likely to lower the pH of […]

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PEI treatment plant simplifies batch sludge handling with VEPAS polymer system

DATE POSTED: July 30, 2019

A compact, non-mechanical polymer mixing system is making sludge dewatering easier and more efficient for the North Rustico Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWRF) in Prince Edward Island. Since its commissioning, in […]

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Bishop Water brings Biocord Reactors to New Zealand

DATE POSTED: July 30, 2019

Bishop Water Technologies has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Southwater Ltd. to provide distribution, installation and technical support for BioCord™ Reactors throughout New Zealand.  About Southwater Ltd.  Southwater […]

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Partial lagoon cleanouts help balance performance and budgets

DATE POSTED: July 30, 2019

You might think that if you’re going to cleanout a cell or two of your wastewater lagoon, it’s best to do it all at once. But there are circumstances when […]

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A new twist to optimize biofilm treatment for lagoon augmentation

DATE POSTED: July 2, 2019

As published in Western Canada Water – Spring 2019 Biofilm, or fixed-film processes, are not new to wastewater treatment—the approach has been used successfully for decades — and long before […]

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How long can a Geotube® shoreline protection system last?

DATE POSTED: July 2, 2019

Decades—even under some pretty tough conditions. Here’s an example.  About 21 years ago, Geotube® containers were installed at Atlantic City, New Jersey to protect more than a mile of shoreline […]

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Are you ready for a better coagulant for phosphorus removal?

DATE POSTED: July 2, 2019

Learn how you can test ClariPhos at your plant to achieve your total phosphorus effluent limits.

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Monolithic protection from shoreline erosion

DATE POSTED: May 27, 2019

Does a massive, tapered structure provide better shoreline protection than rip rap or armor stone when a hard stabilization method is needed to protect property from shoreline erosion? There’s a […]

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Welcome Marc Rancourt, our new Wastewater Specialist

DATE POSTED: May 22, 2019

Marc Rancourt is the latest addition to the growing Bishop Water team. In March of this year, Marc joined us as a Wastewater Specialist, which is our way of saying […]

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Rare-earth coagulant: not just for phosphorus removal. The many benefits of ClariPhos.

DATE POSTED: May 22, 2019

In the past few issues of our newsletter, we’ve shared several stories explaining how ClariPhos™ rare-earth coagulant can achieve phosphorus limits as low as 0.07 mg/L, without tertiary filtration. But […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Introducing a rare-earth-based coagulant to the Canadian wastewater industry

DATE POSTED: May 8, 2019

Bishop Water and Neo Chemicals & Oxides introduce a rare-earth-based coagulant to help wastewater treatment plants affordably achieve ultra-low phosphorus limits New ClariPhos rare-earth-based coagulant enables wastewater treatment plants to […]

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Freeze-thaw cycles: bad for roads, but really good for dewatering.

DATE POSTED: April 9, 2019

How does a Bishop Solids Management Solution fare in the wintertime? For most municipalities, springtime freeze-thaw cycles are a problem, causing damage to roads, bridges and other infrastructure. But for […]

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Rare earth coagulant helps Hartford, WI achieve stringent phosphorus limit of 0.075mg/L

DATE POSTED: April 9, 2019

New discharge limits achieved with RE300 When the state of Wisconsin created stringent new water quality standards in 2013 to protect surface waters from eutrophication, about 400 treatment plants received […]

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How to redesign septage lagoons to accept more loading in less space

DATE POSTED: April 9, 2019

It’s getting harder to find nearby wastewater lagoons that accept septage. Whether a site has limited capacity or is unable to handle high-strength septage, it means many haulers are unable […]

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Why are rare earth elements so effective for achieving an ultra-low phosphorus limit?

DATE POSTED: March 26, 2019

When’s the last time you thought about the strength of the chemical bonds in your clarifier? Today’s the day — because strong bonds are the reason that the rare earth […]

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BioCord™ pilot system proves mettle for cold-weather nitrification

DATE POSTED: March 26, 2019

  A BioCord pilot system has successfully demonstrated its ability to easily and affordably achieve high ammonia removal for an industrial wastewater lagoon during the cold winter months. Winter and […]

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How to simplify sludge management for acid mine drainage (AMD) treatment

DATE POSTED: March 26, 2019

Treatment of acid mine drainage (AMD) produces large amounts of sludge that poses serious challenges for storage, dewatering, disposal or reuse. A Bishop Solids Management Solution, with Geotube® containers, provides […]

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Rare-earth coagulant provides game-changing phosphorus reductions. Hit levels as low as 0.07 mg/L.

DATE POSTED: February 27, 2019

Hitting an ultra-low phosphorus limit for treated wastewater effluent can be difficult using ferric- or aluminum-based coagulants alone. Often, large amounts of these conventional coagulants must be used, yet treatment […]

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Shrouded in secrecy – A closer look at Geotube shoreline protection systems that work under cover

DATE POSTED: February 27, 2019

Shoreline protection systems often need to blend in and maintain a low profile, whether they’re working in a natural environment or in a densely developed urban space. So how do […]

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Try before you buy — a simple, low-cost BioCord upgrade for your lagoon

DATE POSTED: February 27, 2019

Now’s the time to install a BioCord pilot system and test the ability of this simple, easy-to-operate biological process to dramatically improve year-round ammonia removal in your wastewater lagoons. Modular […]

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Congratulations! Two of our techs celebrate five years of service

DATE POSTED: February 1, 2019

Congratulations to Caley Jackson and Tanner Payton, both of whom celebrated five years of service in December 2018 as team members for our key business partner Geo-dredging and Dewatering Solutions. […]

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A simple, affordable solution for high TSS washwater

DATE POSTED: February 1, 2019

Ontario growers prove Bishop Solids Handling System is ideal to reduce TSS in washwater Washing vegetables can be a dirty job that produces a tough to treat waste stream of […]

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Rare Earth Coagulant to Achieve Ultra-Low Phosphorus Limits

DATE POSTED: February 1, 2019

Achieve phosphorus limits as low as 0.07 mg/L with new, rare earth coagulant A new coagulant, based on rare earth elements, now makes it possible for wastewater treatment plants to […]

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Happy Holidays from the team at Bishop Water Technologies

DATE POSTED: December 17, 2018

On behalf of the team at Bishop Water Technologies, we’d like to wish you all the best this holiday season. We’re thankful for the support that we’ve received from you […]

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Taking steps towards BioCord’s commercialization

DATE POSTED: November 27, 2018

Bishop Water’s path towards commercialization for its BioCord Reactor system Since 2015, Bishop Water has received significant support through the Southern Ontario Water Consortium’s (SOWC) Advancing Water Technologies Program (AWT) […]

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Prevent shoreline erosion: Geotube® units make resilient, immovable groynes

DATE POSTED: November 27, 2018

Shoreline protection: Geotube® groynes fight erosion in Quebec reservoir Wind, waves, and currents are no longer a problem for a section shoreline in Lac Saint Jean. A Geotube® shoreline protection system was able to prevent […]

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Reduce labour requirements for dewatering with Bishop Water’s solids management solution

DATE POSTED: November 23, 2018

Growing community uses Bishop Water’s low-maintenance solids management solution to reduce labour requirements A simple, low-energy solids management solution was able to significantly reduce labour requirements for sludge dewatering at the […]

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Ammonia sensors improve data quality

DATE POSTED: October 28, 2018

Winter nitrification pilot project improves data collection with ammonia sensors Bishop Water has received an extension and additional funding to support a pilot project in a small town in southwestern Ontario. The […]

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Energy efficient dewatering technology reduces carbon footprint

DATE POSTED: October 28, 2018

Energy efficient dewatering technology may be the key to reducing your site’s carbon footprint Knowing the carbon footprint of dewatering options is an important step in designing systems that provide sustainable […]

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Customized polymer system maximizes dewatering efficiency

DATE POSTED: September 24, 2018

How a polymer system can make or break your Bishop Water Dewatering Solution Polymer is the secret ingredient for maximizing dewatering and achieving high quality filtrate from Geotube® containers. Bishop […]

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Cold weather ammonia removal in treatment lagoons

DATE POSTED: September 24, 2018

Improve cold weather ammonia removal in treatment lagoons In the winter months, many treatment lagoons struggle to meet regulatory requirements for ammonia since the microbes that provide nitrification slow down, […]

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Patented filling ports provide reliable dewatering

DATE POSTED: September 3, 2018

TenCate filling ports provide maximized and reliable dewatering While the filling port connection is typically one of the weakest points in a standard dewatering container, Tencate’s specialized filling ports provide reliable dewatering performance […]

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Carbon footprint reduced using solids management solution

DATE POSTED: September 3, 2018

Bishop Water’s solids management solution reduces carbon footprint and saves money Did you know that Bishop Water’s solids management solution can significantly reduce the carbon footprint of a project and save money […]

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Dual Technology System Provides Full Nutrient Reduction

DATE POSTED: September 3, 2018

How to eliminate sewer surcharges with full nutrient reduction Pre-treatment of high-strength wastewater before discharging it to a municipal sewer can be challenging, especially if high levels of BOD, TSS and ammonia […]

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Cold weather nitrification improved with BioCord Reactors

DATE POSTED: July 27, 2018

Pilot project aims to help small Ohio town improve cold weather nitrification A recently completed BioCord Reactor pilot project provides the data needed to help a small town in Ohio […]

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Remote dredge simplifies lagoon cleanouts

DATE POSTED: July 27, 2018

Bishop Water gains remote dredge and simplifies lagoon cleanouts A remote dredge has long played an important role in Bishop Water Technologies’ solids management solution. The dredge incorporates seamlessly into the collection […]

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High strength ammonia treatment with BioCord Reactors

DATE POSTED: June 25, 2018

Research study and pilot testing aim to validate BioCord™ Reactor system for high strength ammonia treatment A new research study aims to validate the ability of the BioCord™ Reactor system […]

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Sediment containment footprint reduced by stacking Geotube® containers

DATE POSTED: June 25, 2018

Sediment containment solution provides permanent home for dredged, dewatered sediment in Geotube® containers An innovative sediment containment solution removed and dewatered a large volume of contaminated sediments from an urban lake […]

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Cheese waste treatment reduces sewer surcharges

DATE POSTED: June 25, 2018

Reduce or eliminate sewer surcharges for high BOD/FOG wastewater (innovating cheese waste treatment and other agriculture industries) Many agriculture and food processors face fines levied for discharging difficult-to-treat wastewater with […]

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Low energy dewatering solution minimizes carbon footprint

DATE POSTED: May 24, 2018

Low energy dewatering solution minimizes carbon footprint in Southeastern Ontario town A town in southeastern Ontario has reduced the carbon footprint of its water treatment plant (WTP) by 30% over […]

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Back to basics to drive energy savings: Optimizing dissolved oxygen for biological uptake

DATE POSTED: May 23, 2018

Western University study evaluates dissolved oxygen uptake in BioCord Reactor fixed-film system A new collaboration between Bishop Water Technologies and Western University aims to improve the operating efficiency of BioCord™ […]

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Renfrew water company showcased on world stage

DATE POSTED: April 30, 2018

Bishop Water Technologies has made a splash on the world scene. Kevin Bossy, CEO, has recently returned from the GLOBE Forum in Vancouver where he was part of the Ontario […]

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Valuable data gained with the help of OCWA

DATE POSTED: April 25, 2018

With the help of OCWA, Bishop Water used a pilot project to optimize BioCord™ Reactors for consistent ammonia removal Bishop Water technicians started a pilot project at the Renfrew Wastewater […]

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Polymer Injection System Simplifies Mixing while Maximizing Dewatering

DATE POSTED: April 25, 2018

Bishop Water’s polymer injection system – the VEPAS – is specially designed and customizable to each project Chemical costs can play a significant part in sludge handling, but a specialized […]

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Data Analysis Improves Dundalk Full-Scale Demonstration

DATE POSTED: March 27, 2018

Continual Data Analysis Allows Bishop Water to Improve Full-Scale BioCord Reactor Demonstration As part of a continuing project under the Southern Ontario Water Consortium (SOWC) Advancing Water Technologies program, the Township of Southgate […]

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Meet Caley Jackson – Senior Technician

DATE POSTED: March 27, 2018

Meet Caley Jackson – Geo-Dredging Technician Caley Jackson brings his love for the outdoors to his job as a Senior Technician at Geo-Dredging and Dewatering Solutions, a key business partner […]

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US distributor adds Bishop BioCord Reactors to solutions offerings

DATE POSTED: March 27, 2018

Bishop Water expands distribution of low-energy BioCord Reactor systems into the US Bishop Water Technologies is expanding distribution of its BioCord Reactor system into the United States through a partnership […]

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From Contaminated Sediment to Cargo Terminal

DATE POSTED: February 22, 2018

Contaminated sediment becomes foundation for massive container terminal in Brazil An innovative solids management solution was used to dewater over 600,000 m3 of contaminated in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The material […]

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Bench Testing for Optimal Polymer Selection

DATE POSTED: February 22, 2018

Polymer Selection Selecting the right polymer and dose is integral for maximizing the dewatering process for Bishop Water’s solids management solution. Polymer selection can seem like a daunting task since […]

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Christine Gan – Wastewater EIT

DATE POSTED: February 22, 2018

Christine Gan Brings Research to the Industry Christine Gan’s interest in developing and implementing innovative technologies for wastewater treatment plays big part in why she joined Bishop Water Technologies as a […]

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BioCord Reactors at IRWA

DATE POSTED: February 13, 2018

Our partners and American BioCord sales representatives, WaterSolve LLC, are showing off our Bishop BioCord Reactors at the annual conference for the Iowa Rural Water Association (IRWA) today. We are excited […]

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BioCord Pilot Project Video – Dundalk, ON

DATE POSTED: January 8, 2018

In August 2016, Bishop Water in association with Geo-dredging and Dewatering began a BioCord™ demonstration project in Dundalk Ontario.

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Shoreline Protection Using Geotube® Containers

DATE POSTED: January 8, 2018

Discussing shoreline protection at the Latornell Conservation Symposium Geotube® containers have been used for more than 150 miles of shoreline protection worldwide to limit erosion and damage caused by storms, […]

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Project Aims to Increase Ammonia Removal in Cold Weather

DATE POSTED: January 8, 2018

Full-scale BioCord demonstration to increase ammonia removal Ammonia removal in cold weather can be challenging. A sewage lagoon system in a growing Ontario community is aiming to consistently achieve regulatory […]

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Dredged Stormwater Sediment Finds New Use in Ottawa

DATE POSTED: January 8, 2018

Stormwater sediment reused as landscape material A community in Ottawa eliminated the need to transport dredged stormwater sediment from the Monahan Drain stormwater pond to a disposal site thanks to […]

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October Newsletter

DATE POSTED: November 16, 2017

October Newsletter In This Issue: City of London relies on strength and durability of Geotube® containers for award-winning ash dewatering solution New pressurized dewatering test key to optimizing large-scale Geotube® […]

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2017 Newsletters

DATE POSTED: September 26, 2017

January Full-scale BioCord demonstration project in Ontario February Sludge handlers trade in wheelbarrows for Geotube® dewatering and VEPAS polymer systems March New Geotube® composite material adds strength and durability for […]

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Geo-dredging and Dewatering now member of ISNetworld

DATE POSTED: November 25, 2016

Geo-dredging joins ISNetworld

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Kevin Bossy Named To WaterTAP Board

DATE POSTED: September 22, 2016

CEO of Bishop Water named to WaterTAP

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Bishop Water Awarded Entrepreneur of the Year Award

DATE POSTED: September 4, 2016

Community Futures Ontario have awarded Bishop Water the 2016 Entrepreneur of the Year Award. More information to come.

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Company nominated for outstanding business of the year

DATE POSTED: May 20, 2016

Bishop Water Technologies has been nominated for Outstanding Business of the Year at the Renfrew and Area Chamber of Commerce Awards. The awards ceremony is one of the most prestigious […]

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Bishop Water Technologies recipient of the 2015 Minister’s Award for Environmental Excellence

DATE POSTED: April 21, 2016

The Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change for the Government of Ontario has announced that Bishop Water Technologies has won a Minister’s Award for Environmental Excellence for their project […]

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Geo America 2016

DATE POSTED: April 4, 2016

Kevin Bossy will be presenting a paper on the London Geotube® facility for dealing with flay ask at Geo America 2016 in Miami at 2.30 on Tuesday 12th of April.

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CANECT Show

DATE POSTED: April 4, 2016

We will be Exhibiting at the CANECT show April 26-27th.

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WEAO/OPCEA Trade Show and Conference

DATE POSTED: April 3, 2016

Rene Hawkes will be presenting a paper at the WEAO/OPCEA trade show and conference on April 12th at 9AM. It will be held at the Scotiabank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls.

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