Organization Seeks Storm Water, Wastewater Treatment Innovations

July 07, 2014

LIFT is seeking submissions for solutions that can be applied in the water quality industry

LIFT Storm Water Wastewater Treatment Technologies Innovations

The Leaders Innovation Forum for Technology (LIFT) is now seeking submissions from innovative technology providers for solutions that can be applied in the water quality industry. Through the LIFT Technology Scan and Assessment program, technology providers are offered an optimal platform to introduce their emerging, pre-commercial and newly commercialized technologies to funders, advisors and end users.

LIFT Technology Scan submissions must be applicable to municipal and industrial storm water and wastewater collection and treatment operations in developed nations such as the U.S. Priority topic areas for technologies include, but are not limited to:

  • Biosolids Utilization
  • Energy Capture/Production
  • Conveyance Systems Condition Assessment and Renewal
  • Resource Recovery
  • Nutrient Removal
  • Water Reuse
  • Green Infrastructure and Storm Water BMPs

LIFT Technology Scans involve identification and evaluation of innovative technologies for their readiness level and review of inventor’s claims. Selected vendors/inventors will be invited to present their ideas to Water Environment Research Foundation (WERF) subscribers, which are appropriate to their technology readiness level, to garner interest in early adoption. WERF will help develop and manage independent, peer-reviewed technology evaluations of selected technologies.

Technology Scan applications are due no later than 5 p.m. EST, Friday, Sept. 12. 

Source: 
Water Environment Research Foundation

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