Advanced Aeration Control

As water resource reclamation facilities (WRRF) divert more carbon toward energy generation, it becomes harder and more expensive to remove the remaining nutrients to the lower levels required by regulation.

Using a holistic operation control strategy, our AvN® technology efficiently intensifies the biological process of nutrient removal by balancing the energy and chemical inputs.


Through advanced instrumentation, control and automation (ICA), AvN provides selective pressures to separate and promote the desired bacterial populations, unlocking better control over critical bacteria interrelationships, improving energy efficiency and reducing chemical and energy costs. By maximizing the carbon-to-energy process, WRRFs can seriously consider energy self-sufficiency and develop a sensible path toward becoming energy neutral.


  • Improved total nitrogen (TN) removal efficiency at the lowest possible total energy input
  • Reduced alkalinity, carbon and energy requirements
  • Minimal or zero changes to existing plant footprint
  • Saves 25% oxygen and 40% organic carbon compared to conventional nitrification and denitrification processes Blower optimization
  • Greater energy production capabilities through anaerobic digestion

We donate a portion of AvN sales proceeds to non-profit wastewater research.

Case Studies

City of Pueblo, CO USA Case Study

City of Pueblo, CO USA

The city of Pueblo, CO, is located at the confluence of the Arkansas River and Fountain Creek in South Central Colorado. Aside from its scenic beauty, Pueblo is also home to the James R. Dilorio Water Reclamation Facility (WRF), treating up to 15.7 MGD of wastewater generated by the city and surrounding districts.

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World Water Works

4000 SW 113th Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73173-8322

PO Box 892050, Oklahoma City, OK 73189-2050

1 (800) 607-7873

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