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  1. Chromium-6 Treatment Becomes Key Issue Following California Regulations
    7/31/2014

    With water scarcity driving populations to new or previously abandoned water sources out West, Chromium-6 is becoming a significant treatment issue. The EPA currently mandates an enforceable drinking water standard of 0.1 milligrams per liter (mg/L) for total chromium, which includes chromium-6 and chromium-3.

  2. Emerging Water Loss Regulations Open The Doors For Innovation
    7/31/2014

    For a long time the focus in the drinking water space has been on water quality. While this is extremely important, there is another pressing water issue that should take the forefront.

  3. “Indestructible” Membranes, Mobile Treatment Systems Make Water Recycling Easy
    7/31/2014

    Water reuse technology is quickly becoming the next big thing, says Bob Minella of Layne, a global water management, construction, and drilling company.

  4. Water Quality Analysis: What’s In Your Water?
    7/30/2014

    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.

  5. What’s In An Underdrain? More Than You Might Think
    7/30/2014

    Media filtration is employed for a variety of treatment applications — drinking water, wastewater recycle/reuse, and pretreatment for desalination among them — but practitioners may be missing out on a key opportunity for savings.

  6. Peristaltic Vs. Diaphragm Pumps
    7/29/2014

    Bill McDowell of Blue-White Industries, a supplier of chemical metering pumps and flow meters, recently sat down with Water Online Radio and explained the difference between peristaltic pumps and diaphragm pumps.

  7. Rebuilding A Wastewater Treatment Facility Through Guaranteed Savings
    7/29/2014

    Honeywell played a key role in helping the Town of Lyons, CO, rebound from the catastrophic flood in 2013 with a plan to repair and enhance the wastewater treatment plant.

  8. Happy, Healthy Operators: A Water Provider's Guide To Wellness
    7/29/2014

    All companies want to attract and retain a high-performance work force. Employee wellness programs are a great opportunity to position your organization as an employer of choice while pumping the brakes on rising insurance premiums.

  9. The Benefits Of Process Monitoring
    7/29/2014

    Efficiency is the buzzword with utilities these days — there is little tolerance for wasted time, money, or water.

  10. Bio-Dredging: Cost-Saving Sludge Digestion For Lagoons
    7/29/2014

    The City of Royston is a town located in Northeast Georgia operating a wastewater treatment plant that is comprised of a two‐pond (lagoon) system. 

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