The MC4-150 dry calcium hypochlorite feeding system prepares and automatically delivers a consistently accurate dose of liquid available chlorine for disinfection applications. This feeding system can supply up to 150 pounds of AvCL/day on a sustained basis without the storage and handling issues associated with liquid bleach or chlorine gas. This highly customizable feeder uses EPA approved dry calcium hypochlorite briquettes and a patented spray technology to produce and maintain a fresh liquid chlorine solution. Learn more.
H2O-XPO In The Spotlight
The H2O-XPO is designed to bring together water and wastewater utility systems — large and small, municipal, and rural — for sessions in operations, management, boardsmanship, and governance. This year's conference takes place from October 1 to 3 at the Kentucky Expo Center in Louisville. If you're going, make sure to visit the companies listed in the H2O-XPO Product Guide below.
Arsenic Treatment For Space-Constrained Situations By James J. Pardini P.E., CPE, MEL Chemicals, Inc.
Rosemont Water Company is a community water system in Rosemont, NJ, a small town in rural Hunterdon County. It serves approximately 72 customers. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) has established a state drinking water maximum contaminant level (MCL) for arsenic of 5 parts per billion (ppb). This is more stringent than the federal EPA standard of 10 ppb.
Installing 4,000 Miles Of Pipeline — A Case Study By McElroy Manufacturing, Inc.
The Mni Wiconi Rural Water Project is the world's largest rural water pipeline, and will supply water to the Lower Brule, Pine Ridge, and Rosebud Reservations, as well as the West River/Lyman-Jones Rural Water System. The development of this massive water supply project was based on a needs assessment and final engineering report carried out under the supervision of the federal government.
As with other watershed organizations, the Busseron Creek Watershed Partnership (BCWP) exists because of surface water quality degradation. In this case, those waters drain 163,231 acres of a watershed that crosses the boundaries of Vigo, Clay, Green, and Sullivan counties in West- Central Indiana.
Nearly one billion people lack access to safe water, and thousands die each day from water-related illness. MIOX Corporation and FEMSA Foundation are working together to increase access to safe, clean water in the most rural and remote communities in Latin America.