Introducing Evoqua Water Technologies
While the name is new, the brands you know and the performance you trust are not. Our brands include MEMCOR®, Wallace & Tiernan®, Envirex®, Jet Tech, and many more. Evoqua continues a 100-year tradition of providing leading technologies and know-how to help consulting engineers and municipalities respond to market needs and evolving water standards. We offer high-performance primary, secondary, tertiary and anaerobic treatments, as well as odor control, filtration, and disinfection technologies. Click here to learn more!
David LaFrance, the CEO of the American Water Works Association (AWWA), kicked off ACE14 by speaking with Todd and Todd of Water Online Radio about AWWA, this year's conference, and some of the largest topics affecting the water industry.
In a Water Online Radio first, a U.S. ambassador is interviewed by Todd and Todd. U.S. Ambassador to Singapore Kirk Wager flew in to talk about economic opportunities between the U.S. and Southeast Asia. On his agenda: convincing U.S. companies to bring their water technologies abroad.
Utilizing low-pressure, low-energy membrane technology, Oasys Water is setting out to change the way people think about desalination. Lisa Marchewka, VP of strategy and marketing for Oasys, explains how forward osmosis is more energy- and cost-efficient than competing technologies.
Rob Renner, executive director of the Water Research Foundation (WRF), talks with Water Online about the impacts of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) over the past 40 years and what is on the horizon for the drinking water sector.
Vanessa Leiby, the new executive director for the Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturers Association (WWEMA), has a lot on her plate. She talks with Water Online radio about some of the initiatives the trade organization representing water and wastewater solution providers is addressing.
Two prestigious universities have come together to tackle water loss. King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) in Saudi Arabia and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have created an innovative in-pipe leak detection robot that uses pressure gradients to identify leaks.
Tom Siller, global product manager with handheld instruments for Hach, speaks to Water Online Radio about the company’s new SL-1000 portable parallel analyzer (PPA). The PPA combines an electrochemistry meter and a colorimeter into one and was designed to be extremely simple to use.
In this podcast, David Steidtmann and Todd Stocker of Aclara discuss many of the variables that should be considered when installing or upgrading to an advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) solution. It is important to take the time to understand the specific circumstances and outcomes that you wish to hit before making your purchasing decision.
Advanced treatment solutions continue to evolve as 1,4-Dioxin, N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) removal and pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) appear on the regulatory horizon. Many times, advanced treatment requires combinations of different products in the treatment process. In an interview with Water Online Radio, product specialist Sydney Ulliman explains how Xylem is connecting its vast portfolio of products to create some unique treatment solutions for today’s water utilities.