Phosphorus runoff from farms now has a solution . . . quasar introduces the PRS (Phosphorus Recovery System) in Ohio's Grand Lake St. Marys watershed on July 28, 2015.
OSU Laboratory Results Prove Phosphorus Removal - see the lab report
Wooster, Ohio: Virtually tour the Utility of the Future in action. quasar's project in collaboration with the City of Wooster expands plant capacity while producing renewable energy and reducing operating expenses.
Find out more - watch the video on the right or read the article featured in the Cleveland Plain Dealer
What is the Utility of the Future? Read the WEF, NACWA, WERF white paper.



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What Smells? Not the Waste Plant

October 4, 2010
Reporter: Sarah Taylor

Publication: PBS - Western Reserve Neotropolis


What Smells? Not the Waste Plant

At a plant that processes sewage sludge, biosolids, and other potentially malodorous materials, you might think there would be a certain smell around quasar energy group’s bio-digester in Wooster.  But it’s surprising that there’s no offending aroma coming from the plant where organic waste is turned into natural gas that’s used to power about half of the Ohio State campus in Wooster.  Why?  quasar’s vice president of engineering, Clemens Halene, explains that the digester is anaerobic, or without air, and they work to keep the process air tight.







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