Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies has developed a proprietary physical/chemical process that removes sulfate from mine water, generating clean effluent for reuse or discharge. Veolia’s MULTIFLO™ and Turbomix™ technologies are utilized in this process to reduce sulfate to <50 mg/l and increase overall water recovery to >98 percent. Learn more about this sustainable solution, in which 95 percent of the key treatment chemical used in the process is recovered for reuse.
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A True Lifesaver: Grundfos Provides Key Element For High-Quality Water The facilities run by the University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics have strict standards for water quality, as staff must protect the very sensitive equipment and patients under their care. Safeguarding against such threats as Legionella, there is no room for treatment system downtime. As maintenance issues with the network's existing water treatment systems became ever-increasing, a new technology was sought.
Upgrading To More Effective Aeration: The Turbocompressor Advantage By Sulzer Pumps/ABS USA
Located in New Haven County, CT, the wastewater treatment plant in Meriden has a design inlet flow of 11.6 MGD with a maximum inlet flow of 38 MGD. Upgraded in the 1960s and 1980s, the plant has been in existence since the 1800s. In 2007, the plant initiated a series of major upgrades that had been approved to address its 20-year growth.
Nuisance Odors Negated: Wastewater Utility Discovers Odor-Control Solution By OMI Industries
The Douglasville-Douglas County Water and Sewer Authority (WSA) has been delivering award-winning water and wastewater service to more than 90,000 Douglas County residents for over 17 years. On the flip side from its numerous accolades, WSA began hearing complaints coming from the neighbors about nuisance odors.
Troubleshooting A pH Electrode By Thermo Fisher Scientific
Many factors affect performance of a pH electrode. When performance degrades, it is always a challenge for the analyst to identify the cause. Common troubleshooting procedures, which include evaluation of slope, electrode drift, time response, and accuracy, take considerable time.
6 Ways CEOs Can Help Mitigate The Water Crisis By Donna Vincent Roa, PhD, ABC, CSR-P
President Obama or his top aides have recently seen more than 20 CEOs warning of economic calamity and urging action to address the debt ceiling. Walk the halls of Senate and House office buildings and you are likely to see CEOs and other executives presenting the industry-specific issues and challenges they and their companies are facing during the government's current financial crisis.
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Vertical Turbine Pumps have wide head ranges, and bowls up to 57" (1447.8 mm). These pumps are ideal for applications where surface equipment is prohibited, or where there are sound restrictions, such as in parks or residential areas.
With UV and visible spectrum capabilities, more than 250 pre-programmed methods — including the most common testing methods used — guided procedures, and integrated quality assurance software, the DR 6000 ensures you are ready to handle your comprehensive water testing needs.
Flex-Lok holds up to the job, even in areas with significant ground movement due to earthquakes, or where differential settlement can occur when transitioning from a direct bury installation into a fixed structure.
When deep-tank mixing is essential for wastewater treatment processes, Flygt top-entry agitators deliver outstanding, cost-effective performance for applications that involve all types of fluids, including high DS fibrous sludge.
The CLT Series is designed for primary screening of effluents flowing in open channels. They use a shaftless screw to transport, wash, and compact solids that have been captured on a fixed, submerged screen element.