The new Mueller® Super Centurion 350™ fire hydrant complies with AWWA C502, is UL Listed/FM Approved, and features a roller thrust bearing to reduce operating torque under high pressures. For more information on how to achieve greater reliability in high-pressure hydrant applications, download the flyer or product specification.
Feeling The Pressure To Reduce Leakage? By Brad Clarke, VP of Marketing & Sales, Singer Valve
Every water utility has some degree of leakage or water loss within their systems which can be greatly reduced by pressure management. In North America between 10 percent and 30 percent of the water we pump or feed into our distribution systems simply leaks out of the system and into the ground. Internationally leakage can be as high as 70 percent.
Arsenic Removed From Drinking Water With Iron Oxide Adsorption Treatment By AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC
When high levels of arsenic were found in the drinking water in the community of Alto Lampa, outside of Santiago de Chile, municipal water provider Aguas Adinas faced a predicament. AdEdge Water Technologies was contacted to design a treatment approach. This case study describes how iron oxide adsorption helped Alto Lampa reduce arsenic levels in treated water to nondetectable concentrations.
Meriden, CT, Upgrading To More Effective Aeration By Sulzer Pumps / ABS USA
Located in New Haven County, Connecticut, in the eastern Unite States, the wastewater treatment plant in Meriden has a design inlet flow of 43,911 m3/day (11.6 MGD) with a maximum inlet flow of 143,386 m3/day (38.0 MGD). Upgraded in the 1960s and 1980s, the plant has been in existence since the 1800s.
New Indirect Potable Reuse Regulations — What To Expect
In the upcoming months, the California Department of Public Health is expected to release regulations for groundwater replenishment of drinking water aquifers using recycled wastewater. These regulations are the first of their kind in California and unique in the U.S.
Learn how Portland Water Bureau, a utility supporting nearly 1 million consumers, was able to upgrade its aging supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system to provide the fully redundant communication and control necessary for reliable operations and remote disaster recovery, while maintaining legacy-system functionality. Download the Case Study.
Master Meter’s latest innovation in the science of material design and construction is the EcoMaster Main Case for positive displacement and multi-jet measurement chambers. With no wetted metallic surface area, the EcoMaster complies with the latest rigorous environmental standards consistent with the 2014 Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA).
With the increasing number of flushable consumer products creating serious clogging problems, the Vaughan Chopper Pump has become the economical solution by increasing reliability and decreasing downtime.
Shelco provides polyethersulfone membrane filter cartridges for economical applications. They are ideal for water-grade or high-purity applications where absolute retention is essential at an economical cost.
WRT's radium removal process is designed to be added to any new or existing potable water system. Water is passed in an upflow mode through a fluidized bed of Z-88 media in the treatment columns, where radium is removed by means of ion exchange.
Karen Kubick, Wastewater Capital Program Director with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, discusses how the city’s asset management program is prioritizing green infrastructure, treatment plant upgrades, and a new biosolids facility.