Seepage Water Treatment: ZS Screw Blower Supplies Bacteria With Air By Atlas Copco Compressor
In the seepage water treatment installation at the Münster waste management center, a screw blower from Atlas Copco supplies aerobic bacteria with air. The low-maintenance technology and the integrated frequency inverter were the deciding factors to use the energy efficient ZS 55+ VSD.
Monitoring Organics In Water For Reuse By Real Tech Inc.
Water is used in many industrial processes for a wide variety of applications, including washing, diluting, cooling, heating, transporting, sanitizing, and processing.
Reducing Perchlorates: A Comparison Of Hypochlorite Options By James P. Brennan, Arch Chemicals, Inc.
Switching from gas chlorine to sodium hypochlorite is no panacea. Now, adding to the burden is the proposed U.S. EPA regulation for perchlorate. Considering the factors that lead to excessive perchlorate formation, switching to calcium hypochlorite provides utilities another key advantage.
Arsenic Removal: 10 Years Of Lessons By Lee Odell, CH2M HILL, and Sam Perry, Water Treatment Engineer, Washington State Department of Health
Since the U.S. EPA established the final arsenic primary drinking water maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 10 ug/L, which became effective February 22, 2002, many research projects, health effects studies, and deployments of new technologies have been completed. The purpose of this article is to try to summarize the key findings from the past 10 years of industry work on arsenic removal.
Efficiently managing and operating a secure and reliable water infrastructure over significant distances has its challenges particularly when equipment operates in hazardous or hard-to-reach areas. The SCADAPack Smart RTU from Schneider Electric Telemetry and Remote SCADA Solutions is designed specifically for remote monitoring and control applications in the W&WW industry. Learn more.
See how Echologics acoustic leak detection and condition assessment solution helps utilities to reduce nonrevenue water, improve conservation, and prioritize capital spending — without breaking ground or disrupting service.
Siemens Water Technologies is the premier provider of disinfection technologies designed to meet your most rigorous demands in virtually any municipal water application, and give you access to both the latest advances and widest range of proven technologies.