The AWWA/AMTA Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition will take place March 10 to 14 at Bally’s Las Vegas in Las Vegas, NV. The conference will gather 1,300 attendees with 115 technical presentations, 60 poster presentations, 5 workshops, and an exhibit hall featuring 100 product and service exhibitors. To learn more and to register for this event, visit www.awwa.org/amta/Membrane2014.
Meeting State Nutrient Regulations With SBRs By Sanitaire -- A Xylem Brand
After the Missouri Department of Natural Resources reclassified the effluent receiving stream in the city of Sullivan, officials learned that its wastewater treatment lagoon required a more advanced treatment process to comply. They selected a continuous-flow sequencing batch reactor (SBR) system that utilizes a modified activated sludge biological treatment. The new infrastructure has provided cost-saving results for the ongoing removal of nitrogen and phosphorous.
City Takes Advantage Of Sodium Hypochlorite Dosing Unit By Cliff Lebowitz, JCS Industries Inc.
Operations management for a municipal direct water filtration plant reports achievement of a reliable and cost-effective change in chlorination systems that has continued to provide effective disinfection, while better meeting safety and efficiency criteria.
From The Editor
Pump Stations Go Viral
For all the expert and vital work done in the water, wastewater, and stormwater industries, it generally doesn’t make great party conversation. Unfortunately, the efforts are so taken for granted that they go largely unnoticed by the general public. So how is it that a YouTube video about a pump station garners nearly million views and counting?
How To Survive A Regulatory Plant Inspection Whether the name is the State Department of Environmental Protection Agency or Department of Water Quality, or some other name, the agency can strike fear in municipalities when they inspect the plant. There is no magic formula for pleasing regulators, but there are steps that the utility management can make to satisfy the regulatory agencies.
Did you know that up to 50 percent of water is lost through aging infrastructure? The Windows-based LeakFinderRT accurately and cost-effectively pinpoints “quiet” narrow-band leaks on transmission mains.
Persistent fats, oils and grease (FOG) are notorious for causing severe problems in pipes, pumping stations and treatment plants. In-Pipe Technology’s patented process converts insoluble FOG into soluble organic material that is readily metabolized by aerobic microorganisms already present in the wastewater.
Endress+Hauser's industry-specific focus ensures that measuring technology is developed according to the requirements of your specific industry. A complete range of solutions is available for flow, level, pressure, analysis, recording or system components in the areas of calibration, maintenance, repair, and commissioning.
Rich Cavagnaro, President of AdEdge Water Technologies, and Tom Carmody, President of TC Tech LLC, share how their companies have partnered to successfully grow business in the advanced water treatment technology space.