Though proven to remove harmful organic chemicals from drinking water, granular activated carbon (GAC) has a reputation of being somewhat expensive. Calgon Carbon offers its Potable Water Service (PWS), making GAC use both highly economical and environmentally responsive. Through PWS, the GAC a utility needs to achieve quality standards is engineered, delivered, and installed on a convenient payment plan. When the GAC becomes saturated, the spent carbon is reactivated through Calgon Carbon's Custom Municipal Reactivation (CMR) process. Visit here to learn more.
Flow Measurement And Control For Small Line Or Batch Processes By Art Womack, Sr. Applications Engineer, Fluid Components International
The measurement and control of air, gases, and liquids in small line and batch processes is critically important. In many processes, these measurements are essential to achieving the best final product quality, with the highest yield and at the lowest cost.
Why Pilot Test Prior To Purchasing A Water Treatment System? By Filtronics, Inc.
There are a number of advanced water treatment tools available today that were not available 10 years ago. Picking the proper application is often determined by various existing water quality issues, equipment costs, and most importantly, on-going operation, maintenance costs and ease of operation.
The Shifting Challenges Of Wastewater Testing By Jeanne A. Mensingh, Labtopia Solutions; and Colin Thurston, Thermo Fisher Scientific Informatics
Wastewater constituents are getting more plentiful and complex, requiring more advanced tools to maintain regulatory compliance.
From The Editor
Is Biological Drinking Water Treatment The Future? Biological drinking water treatment requires minimal to no chemical additions, potentially saving a municipality a significant amount of money. It eliminates the need for chemical oxidation prior to filtration or settling, eliminates the need for chemical reduction methods, and produces innocuous end-products.
The Classic Wet Well Mounted Pump Station (WWMPS) delivers to municipalities and industry a fully customized packaged lift station solution. It's compact, above-grade, and arrives ready for installation after being factory-built and tested.
Pratt offers a wide variety of actuator styles to suit a multitude of applications. The Pratt valve is available with manual, buried service, submersible service, hydraulic or pneumatic, and electric actuators. Every actuator is specifically designed for long life in utility service with minimum maintenance.
Find and fix leaks fast with the Aclara STAR ZoneScan leak detection system. The industry’s only remotely correlated acoustic leak detection system cost-effectively identifies small leaks before they become major problems.