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Researchers from Arizona State University, along with more than 40 other scientists, engineers, technical experts and policy makers from around the world, are convening in Washington, D.C. May 18-21 to study ways to create a sustainable phosphorus (P) fertilizer system.
Triea Technologies announces the appointment of its Chairman, Arthur Lazerow, to the Maryland Clean Energy Center 2015 Advisory Council.
Prepared by BEACON at Salisbury University, this document estimates the potential costs for implementing Maryland's proposed Phosphorus Management Tool (PMT)
Triea Technologies pitched its innovations to a select group of venture capitalists and clean energy investors at the first ever Tech Showcase at the Maryland Clean Energy Summit on October 14.
Foundation estimates the annual economic benefits of a restored and healthy Bay to exceed $130B
Recent news highlights nutrient pollution around the country
The new company and structure allows the management team to better focus on development and commercialization of existing and future technologies.
UMD Program Approves 18 Technology Development Projects, Worth $4.7 Million, Teaming Maryland Faculty and Companies
Triea is proud to be on the front-lines with its Quick Wash phosphorus removal system in battling the algae problem - "Algae outbreaks — some that leave behind a variety of toxins and some that don’t — are popping up increasingly in every state, fouling rivers and lakes of all sizes."
"A good compost pile should get hot enough to poach an egg, but not so hot it would cook a lobster." - Anonymous