Fluidyne News & Articles

WEFTEC 2017

Fluidyne is exhibiting in booth 4022 at WEFTEC 2017 in Chicago, we hope to see you there! | Posted 8/17/2017


ACWWA 2014 Award Recipients

We are proud to announced that Fluidyne's SBR solution was the Atlantic Canada Wastewater Treatment Plant of the Year for <5000 residents. | Posted 11/4/2014


Nathan Schwerdtfeger Celebrates 10 years at Fluidyne!

Congratulations to Nathan Schwerdtfeger, celebrating his 10th year at Fluidyne. Thank you for your hard work and dedication! | Posted 11/3/2014


Introducing Shannon Nelson; Fluidyne's New Project Manager

Fluidyne is excited to welcome Shannon Nelson; our new field service project manager. With over 15 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry. | Posted 10/14/2014


Is It Time To Upgrade and Convert Your SBR?

Is your Sequencing Batch Reactor (SBR) or other activated sludge process in need of a cost effective upgrade or expansion due to it being outdated, overloaded, inefficient or undersized? You don't have to start over... | Posted 10/18/2013


New Vice President of Engineering and Operations; Dennis Nelson

Fluidyne is excited to welcome Dennis Nelson; our new Vice President of Engineering and Operations. | Posted 7/2/2013


Town Surpassing Wastewater Regulations

As municipalities across the country struggle to meet federal wastewater regulations, the town of Portugal Cove-St. Philip's is rising to the occasion with its pair of state-of-the-art treatment plants. | Posted 6/25/2013


Fluidyne Announces A Brand New Website

The simple and elegant site design is part of the company's business strategy to provide current and relevant information to their customers. | Posted 4/1/2013


Fluidyne's FFP™ Fixed Plate Filter featured

WaterWorld magazine featured Fluidyne's FFP™ Fixed Plate Filter at the Bulverde, Texas wastewater treatment facility in the August 2012 issue. The filter was commissioned in the Spring of 2012. | Posted 8/1/2012


New Plant in Knoxville, TN

Fluidyne recently started up a 6 MGD Jet MCR Multi-Channel Orbital BNR Process at the Beaver Creek WWTF. Fluidyne replaced existing surface rotors and mixers with jet aeration / mixing equipment. | Posted 10/22/2011

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