Aquatech is a global leader in water purification systems technology for industrial and infrastructure markets with a focus on desalination, water reuse, and zero liquid discharge. Their focus is on providing technology leadership and performance excellence to the global water industry and supporting clients with cutting edge, sustainable water purification systems and technologies that are solving the world's water scarcity challenges. Download the Aquatech Corporate Brochure by clicking here.
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Innovative Concentrate Treatment And Recovery Technologies By Ufuk G. Erdal, Ph.D., PE CH2M HILL and Raed A. Bkayrat, Ph.D., PE, KAUST
Reverse osmosis (RO) and electrodialysis reversal (EDR) are widely used technologies for TDS removal from brackish waters and more recently from wastewater in water reuse projects. While both processes are highly effective for removing TDS from water, they generate a concentrate stream which requires proper disposal.
Back To School, Without The Uranium And Arsenic By WRT - Water Remediation Technology, LLC
This uranium, arsenic, and gross alpha removal pilot study was conducted for the Schurz Elementary School treatment facility in Schurz, NV. The Schurz Elementary School well contained concentrations of uranium, arsenic, and gross alpha in excess of the state-regulated maximum contaminant levels (MCLs).
Employing Best Water Quality Monitoring Practices To Reduce Runoff During Construction By YSI
Under proposed EPA stormwater runoff guidelines, construction site operators will be required to actively monitor or sample stormwater discharges daily. The enhanced effluent rules took effect in August 2011 for construction sites that disturb 20 or more acres and in February 2014 they will include sites that disturb 10 or more acres. In addition, they may stipulate a strict numerical limit of less than 280 NTU for average turbidity (sediment in water) on any day.
McCrometer CONNECT is the leading manufacturer of remote monitoring and control equipment for irrigation management, offering the widest selection of turn key solutions and unsurpassable system service and support.
Water is a vital need and a precious resource. With today’s steadily growing populations, water and wastewater facilities have a crucial role in every community. They must simultaneously protect the environment, keep waterborne diseases in check, and provide water suitable for industrial and human consumption. In addition, they also must keep rates low, adapt and comply with changing regulations, and operate on a restricted budget.
In 2007, the Southeast Queensland region of Australia experienced the worst drought conditions in more than a century. Despite Level 5 water restrictions, the most stringent in the country, the dams in Queensland were predicted to run dry by the end of the decade.