Enhanced IntelliPro® Process Monitoring And Control System
Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. has enhanced its proactive, comprehensive process monitoring and controls system by adding BNR and automatic chemical addition capabilities. The BNR IntelliPro® system provides an essential link between operations, equipment, and treatment goals, with the added benefit of energy and time savings. Read WEF award PR.Learn more.
Huge Pipe Project Helps Protect New Orleans By American Cast Iron Pipe Company
The Harahan Pump to the River Project was part of the Southeast Louisiana Flood Control project, which was created to control flooding in New Orleans. The $8.5 million pipe installation is part of a program which includes a large pump station at the low point of one of the city's drainage canal systems. The station will pump flood water, when necessary, through a triple-barrel, 84-inch steel pipe line, over the levee and into the Mississippi River. The work was particularly difficult because of serious safety issues, groundwater, and poor soil.
Patrick Cooke of Trihedral sat down with Water Online Radio to discuss the capabilities, value, and importance of supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) for water/wastewater treatment facilities. Listen here or view the Water Online Radio archive.
Water Online's review of the latest U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations, resources, and activities related to the water, wastewater, and stormwater industries. Learn more.
Crispin/K-FLO is pleased to announce that customers now have more than an "either/or" choice when selecting a seat-in-the-body AWWA butterfly valve. The K-FLO 47 Series large diameter butterfly valve is now available with an epoxy-retained rubber seat.
View this slideshow presentation on MTS Jet Aeration and its advantages, including high "dirty water" oxygen transfer efficiency, lower energy requirements, no in-tank/basin maintenance, independent mixing from oxygen transfer, low installation costs, and resistance to fouling or plugging.
Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) measures the amount of oxygen consumed by microorganisms when decomposing organic matter. BOD also measures the chemical oxidation of inorganic matter (i.e., the extraction of oxygen from water via chemical reaction).
The Pureflow system for radium and uranium removal is an advanced design for the water treatment industry. A highly adsorptive NSF approved media and chemical pretreatment system, combined with automatic controls, provides a simple, safe, and compact filtration system.