Filtration And Proper Contaminant Removal By Robert LeConche, president, Shelco Filters
Proper removal of organic and inorganic contaminants from water used in consumption or manufacturing is the crucial component of the intended outcome. Since there are many filtration options available today that will work well for removal of organic and inorganic contaminants, it is important to consider the variables involved.
Groundwater Treatment Via Granular Activated Carbon By Siemens Industry, Inc. - Water Technologies
In 2008, Siemens became aware of plans to conduct large-scale groundwater treatment at the West Van Buren Area (WVBA) site located in central and west Phoenix. The contaminated aquifer in the WVBA, a key water supply source, is part of what is considered one of the largest plumes of contaminated groundwater in the United States.
The Elimination Of Fecal Coliforms And E. coli In Lagoons By Jim Dartez, Reliant Water
Many horse racetracks throughout the world are designed to drain water from the track into a lagoon that is located in the infield of the track. Due to the track being predominantly used for horse racing, there is a high amount of fecal coliform, bacteria in the water that drains from the track, especially of the Escherichia coli species. During the racing season, fecal coliform and E. coli counts increase dramatically, and the subsequent drainage of these lagoons can become a problem for the receiving waters.
Solving Arsenic, Iron, And Manganese Problems With One System By Severn Trent Services
Hilltown Township, PA, lies in the western corner of historic Bucks County. Located about 35 miles north of Philadelphia, Hilltop is home to the rolling farmland and many 200-year-old farmhouses that are so common in this part of the state. The township is also home to naturally occurring arsenic in its groundwater.
What Does The Revised Total Coliform Rule Mean For Your Utility? By Lee Odell, P.E., CH2M HILL
On February 13, 2013, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency published the Revised Total Coliform Rule (RTCR) in the Federal Register. This rule will apply to all public water systems in the U.S., and when compliance begins on April 1, 2016, all water system will see changes to how they monitor coliform and react to positive samples.
In July 2011, AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC was selected by CET Engineering Services and the client via a competitive bidding process to design, manufacture, and start up a packaged nitrate removal system for a food processing plant.
The Spectrum Micro Media Filtration Systems is a superior filtration system that handles water with a suspended solids concentration in excess of 100mg/L and provides filtration turbidity of less than 0.1 NTU.