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April 25, 2014
09:32 EDTABGB, AWKAmerican Water, Abengoa sign worldwide licensing agreement for NPXpress
American Water (AWK) and Abengoa (ABGB) signed a worldwide licensing agreement for American Water’s patented NPXpress technology. The agreement will enable Abengoa to use NPXpress to achieve wastewater treatment and nutrient removal in a sustainable way. American Water will retain all rights with respect to its NPXpress technology. The NPXpress technology helps wastewater utilities, which are facing both increasing operating costs and more stringent environmental regulations, to reduce costs while improving the removal of nitrogen and phosphorus. Because the technology operates at lower oxygen levels, electricity consumption for aeration can be reduced by up to 50%. In addition, the process can eliminate the need for costly chemical addition by up to 80%-100%. This process provides a more affordable and sustainable way of treating sewage. NPXpress is patent-protected in 15 countries and the EU.
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September 29, 2015
11:00 EDTAWKAmerican Water management to meet with Guggenheim
Meeting to be held in the Mid-Atlantic area on October 1 hosted by Guggenheim.
September 25, 2015
17:24 EDTAWKAmerican Water awarded Vandenberg Air Force Base contract
American Water Works Company announced that its Military Services Group has been awarded a contract for ownership, operation and maintenance of the water and the wastewater systems at Vandenberg Air Force Base, CA. According to the agreement the award revenue is estimated at approximately $298M over a 50-year period. The contract will be subject to annual economic price adjustment.
17:22 EDTAWKAmerican Water awarded $298.9M government contract
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