AMERICAN Seizes Rare Opportunity In A Big Way By American Cast Iron Pipe Company
AMERICAN ductile iron pipe and valves came together in a big way during a water main upgrade at the historic Omohundro Water Treatment Plant in Nashville, TN. The new 60-inch main replaced twin cast iron lines that were installed in 1889 and 1927.
Distribution System Gets A Boost With Innovative Water Sanitization Technology By Arch Chemicals Inc.
The State of Michigan requires that water samples from remote taps must contain no less than 0.2 mg/L free chlorine. Residual chlorine in drinking water distribution systems serves as a sanitizing safety margin for preventing bacterial regrowth. To meet this stringent requirement, booster chlorination was initiated in the distribution system for the City of St. Joseph.
Water Distribution System Security Monitoring By Real Tech Inc.
Ensuring safe drinking water doesn’t end when the water leaves the water treatment plant. Protecting the safety and security of drinking water from accidental or intentional contamination within the distribution system is becoming increasingly important.
Insert Valve Repairs Ohio City's Aging Water Infrastructure By Brett Hanes, Team Industrial Services
Millions of miles of plastic and metal pipe lie underground, carrying the nation’s water to our homes and businesses. Most of this pipe dates back to the 1940s and earlier. Given the age, it is not surprising that municipalities are often faced with repairs related to water infrastructure.
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MIOX representative Mario Afanador from USA Global Market, interviews engineer Carlos Rincon from the Wiesner Water Treatment Plant, where their large MIOX RIO Grande system is safely, cost-effectively disinfecting drinking water for the citizens of Bogota, Colombia.