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ATS Celebrates 40 Years in the Water Treatment Business

ATS Celebrates 40 Years in the Water Treatment Business

It’s 1979 and Robert Allred is armed with water treatment chemicals, selling them out of his pea green 1970 Chevy station wagon. Later that year, ATS was born. Allred’s desire was to provide a level of service the client needed and deserved, as well as the freedom to...
EarthTec® Trial Proven Successful in Northern California Water District

EarthTec® Trial Proven Successful in Northern California Water District

Many issues result from taste, odor, algae events, and more. When it hits a water district, it creates a ripple effect that spreads throughout the community. A northern California district dealt with algae and taste and odor issues in two water treatment plants. In a...
ATS do Brasil Announces Water Treatment Solutions Bid for Campinas-Based SANASA

ATS do Brasil Announces Water Treatment Solutions Bid for Campinas-Based SANASA

ATS do Brasil, a subsidiary of ATS and prominent drinking water and wastewater treatment company, is happy to announce winning the water treatment bid with SANASA, a leading treatment company located in Campinas Brazil. Read about the bid in today’s blog post and how...
Why Wastewater Enzymes are Illegal in Treatment Facilities

Why Wastewater Enzymes are Illegal in Treatment Facilities

Since the massive fatberg found in Wales took the mainstream media by storm, the topic has been making the rounds on the blogosphere – ours included. FOG and other things dumped down the sink or toilet result in the accumulation of sludge, which then backs up in the...
Discover Wastewater Genomic Mapping: Decoding the Best Microbes to Use

Discover Wastewater Genomic Mapping: Decoding the Best Microbes to Use

All living organisms contain DNA – including living ecosystems and living wastewater treatment. The scientific research project, known as the Human Genome Project started in 1990 and took more than a decade to complete and $2.7 billion. The goal included identifying...