The Water Council is touting a new agreement for a product that can remove phosphorus from stormwater, agricultural runoff and other municipal wastewater.
According to a release from the Milwaukee-based water technology organization, the phosphorus-absorbing pellets were developed by a Kentucky startup called Water Warriors. This company participated in The Water Council’s BREW 2.0 Post-Accelerator program for established startup businesses, and is now part of the group’s Pilot Program.
The distributor of the pellets will be Phoslock Environmental Technologies, one of the council’s overseas members that’s based in Australia. PET was introduced to Water Warriors through The Water Council.