Sustainable Water is pleased to announce its licensing agreement with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to commercialize its groundbreaking ReCip Technology. TVA, created in 1933 by Congressional Charter, is the largest public power provider in the US. Beyond providing electricity to more than 9 million people, and managing the Tennessee River System, TVA is also charged with modernizing the region’s economy and society, ensuring economic development and maintaining its natural resources.
Reciprocating Wetlands mimic and accelerate natural tidal processes to quickly and efficiently treat wastewater. Extensive field applications, coupled with dedicated research and development underscore this innovative technology’s proven system for water recycling. In an effort to fulfill its goal of ensuring “adequate, sustainable supplies of water for the region’s continued growth,” TVA developed and patented ReCip, which remains a modern, flexible water reclamation solution.
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