Storage Tanks Vs. UV Disinfection For Stormwater Management By TrojanUV
Choosing a stormwater management option with a low carbon footprint was important for the Cog Moors Wastewater Treatment Works (WwTW) in South Wales. And so, it was decided that an economic and environmental comparison would be made between the addition of storage tanks and adding ultraviolet (UV) disinfection to the treatment train.
Improving The View To Your Stormwater SCADA By Chris Little, Trihedral Engineering Limited
For many years, the Miami-Dade Stormwater Utility has been using Bristol Babcock controllers and proprietary HMI software to monitor and control a dozen remote sites across the county. When the hardware vendor discontinued support for this HMI, it became costly and time-consuming for the utility to create or modify graphic display pages.
Taking A 'Whole Watershed' Approach To Stormwater Management By XP Solutions
The City of Jefferson, Missouri is situated in the heart of the Missouri River valley. The area’s rocky terrain and steep hillsides have created a unique, albeit troublesome drainage environment. The City’s current drainage system is composed of a mixture of enclosed system, overland drainage swales, and concrete and natural channels. Most of the system is structurally in good shape, but not without its problems.
How To Promote Pollutant Filtration And Maintain Natural Stormwater Flows By Bio-Microbics, Inc.
This storm water treatment system removes common pollutants, such as trash, oils, sediment, and other suspended solids, from storm water flows. It catches surface runoff and treat the storm flows before it reaches natural catchments (watersheds) that may lead to stream erosion, altered natural ecosystems, and/or retention pond aging.
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The Hidden Cause Of DBPs, Discoloration, And T&O
Throughout the treatment process, every drinking water utility works to avoid disinfection byproducts (DBPs), discoloration, and taste and odor issues. But often, those problems occur outside of the treatment scheme entirely.
The Screenings Washer Monster is a self-contained, hopper-fed system used to effectively grind, wash, compact, and dewater screenings that have been captured by a bar screen or other screenings removal device.
Pharmaceutical and personal care products (PPPCs), levels of lead and a host of viruses are all on the regulatory horizon for water quality managers, says Linda Eisenmann with Palintest, the water and environmental analysis equipment manufacturer.