Kruger’s "RetroDisc" uses the Hydrotech Discfilter to replace aging conventional filters, such as traveling bridge filters, microstrainers, pulsed bed media filters, etc. The efficiency of the design allows use of the existing facility footprint to increase filtration capacity while lowering installation, operation, and maintenance costs. Kruger’s experience with numerous retrofit projects allows them to quickly provide designs specific for each application.
Finding The Right Pretreatment Mix For RO/Ion Exchange Systems By Eco-Tec Inc.
Smart defense benefits the entire team. Having an effective, durable water pretreatment system in advance of reverse osmosis (RO) or ion exchange systems is the first, most critical line of defense ensuring smooth, more trouble-free performance downstream.
Innovative Mag Meter Improves City Water Operations Management By Jerry Stultz, Applications Engineer, McCrometer and Curt Worlund, Vertical Marketing Manager, McCrometer
The City of Geneva (OH) Water Works Department is responsible for managing 350,000 gallons per day of drinking water. Geneva’s Water Works Department determined that eight individual metering locations were needed around the city, and so a number of technology options were reviewed. Ultimately, it was decided that an electromagnetic flow meter would provide the accuracy and reliability needed, but which mag meter to choose?
First-Of-Its-Kind Solution Revolutionizing Wastewater Treatment By Julian Sandino, CH2M HILL
The full-scale implementation of a biological and chemically enhanced high-rate clarification solution at the North Texas Municipal Water District is making waves in the industry, changing the way regulators approach wet weather treatment requirements at wastewater treatment facilities nationwide.
The Town of Orange Park needed to address both long and short-term wastewater treatment effluent quality challenges; they turned to the In-Pipe Technology collection system bioaugmentation treatment as a part of their action plan.