Smartrack™ is a rack capable of accommodating ultrafiltration membrane modules of different brands, presenting varied dimensions as well as different connections. The rack can accommodate the four principal module supplier brands found on the market: ASAHI, DOW, GE, and TORAY, as well as interpiping to allow switching the filtrate/concentrate exits.
Meeting EPA Cryptosporidium Requirements With UV By Calgon Carbon Corporation
Due to the pristine nature of the water source, the water at the Tesla Portal facility, located in Tracy, CA, was unfiltered and was only chlorinated at the facility. But the EPA's Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water Treatment Rule (LT2) requires secondary disinfection for control of Cryptosporidium in unfiltered water sources.
4-Log Virus Inactivation And Compliance With The Groundwater Rule By TrojanUV
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) introduced legislation requiring mandatory 4-log virus disinfection for all groundwater extraction and treatment sites in the state. This legislation is similar to the EPA's Groundwater Rule, however the PADEP mandates 4-log inactivation of viruses regardless of whether or not a contamination event has occurred.
Reflective UV Cuts Energy Use By 90%
NeoTech has created a new ultraviolet (UV) disinfection technology that requires only eight lamps — roughly 1/10 of the number of lamps required in similar flow-sized conventional UV systems—and only about 2kw of power.
Pinnacle Ozone Solutions is proud to present a new video featuring one of our newest Canadian installations, in Becancour, Quebec. The video features the City’s Superintendent of Environmental Health, Mr. Michel Carbonneau.
In areas with an abundance of water, leak detection isn’t always made a priority. But every utility should be working to reduce non-revenue water, says Marc Bracken, vice president and general manager of Echologics.