Say Hello to Pearl Fx: Ostara Introduces New Modular, Scalable Technology
Say Hello to Pearl Fx
Ostara Introduces New Modular, Scalable Technology at WEFTEC 2019
Vancouver, BC, CANADA – Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc.’s (“Ostara”) new modular Pearl Fx technology brings flexible, value-driven options to nutrient recovery market. In December 2018, Ostara acquired the assets of Multiform Harvest Inc. (“MFH”), and working alongside Dr. Keith Bowers, President & CTO and co-founder of MFH, adapted the acquired technology, fully integrating it into their technology suite with new market leading benefits.
Say Hello to Pearl Fx
Ostara’s newest optimization, Pearl Fx, provides customers with a low capital, modular solution, allowing Ostara to scale their offering to meet site specifications and market demands.
Pearl Fx Features and Benefits – A Simple, Lower Capital Option
- Simplified design
- Optional recycle, single pass reactor
- Reduced instruments and controls architecture
- Recovering for reuse with reduced product handling
- Modular delivery (pre-plumbed & prewired skids, set on a slab, connected with flanges)
Adding to Ostara’s full technology suite, Pearl Fx responds to market demand from smaller cities, with populations under 200K, treating 10-20 millions of gallons of water per day and larger facilities looking for modular, value-driven options while still recovering nutrients for reuse. Further offsetting capital costs, Ostara’s flexible financing and cost-competitive offering also guarantees a fertilizer buyer for recovered nutrients, creating a revenue stream for utilities, in addition to the savings from reduced maintenance and chemical costs, and sludge volume reduction.
“We’re continuing to innovate and reimagine resources,” says, Matt Kuzma, VP of Sales, Nutrient Recovery Solutions at Ostara. “Ostara supports the contribution every city can make to solving global nutrient issues by providing an outlet for recovered nutrients alongside industry leading operational, economic and environmental benefits to maximize our collective impact on phosphorus sustainability.”
WEFTEC MEDIA CONTACT: Matt Kuzma E firstname.lastname@example.org M (206) 419-1993 Booth: 6843
- Nutrient Recovery and Reuse Project in St. Cloud Minnesota: A Case for the Circular Economy
- Tues, Sep 24
- 2:30 – 3:30 p.m.
- Room s504d
- Doubling Down on Phosphorus
- Wed, Sep 25
- 8:45 – 9:15 a.m.
- Room s402b