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2013-01-08 08:23:21

EMERYVILLE, Calif., Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- New Logic Research announced today the successful commissioning of another VSEP vibrating membrane system at a municipal landfill - this time in Quito, Ecuador. The RO system takes landfill leachate from storage ponds and filters it to create clean water that is recycled and used as irrigation water. The water permeating from the system has only about 50 parts per million of dissolved solids, which is lower than the town drinking water....

2012-12-17 08:21:53

DAVIS and EMERYVILLE, Calif., Dec. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The UC Davis (University of California, Davis) Olive Center and USDA-ARS (United States Department of Agriculture-Agricultural Research Service) have been awarded a grant to develop innovative approaches to wastewater management and beneficial reuse. Among the technologies being evaluated is the VSEP vibrating membrane system from New Logic Research. With over 600 million gallons of wastewater generated per year, the California...

2012-02-08 06:50:00

EMERYVILLE, Calif. and BUGA, Colombia, Feb. 8, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- New Logic Research (NLR) announced today the successful commissioning of another VSEP landfill leachate treatment system. The vibrating membrane system is operating at a landfill in Buga, a city of 100,000 people located in western Colombia. The 20-hectare landfill receives 570 tons of household trash daily from eighteen municipalities in the area. Landfill leachate is highly contaminated water that collects in the landfill...

2011-11-08 07:15:00

EMERYVILLE, Calif., Nov. 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- New Logic Research announced today the successful commissioning of a full-scale VSEP membrane separation system at a Brazilian ethanol plant. The nanofiltration system was installed to concentrate an ethanol byproduct called vinasse (vinaza). While vinasse has traditionally been applied directly to the fields as a fertilizer, recent evidence suggests this practice is reducing sugar crop yields and shortening the useful life of the land....

2011-02-01 07:35:00

SEATTLE, Feb. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Last week farmers and academics met to discuss innovations and technology in the non-wood paper industry at a meeting held at University of Washington, College of Forest Resources. Dr. William McKean, Professor of Paper Science and Engineering, has developed a process to manufacture paper made from straw pulps of various derivations. Using the New Logic Research Vibratory Shear Enhanced Process (VSEP) technology, Dr. McKean's integrated system is...