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  1. Nutrient Removal In Cold Temperatures
    11/25/2014

    Cold temperatures add another layer of challenges to nutrient removal. In this Water Online Radio interview, Martin Hildebrand, the president of Nelson Environmental, talks about the cold temperature applications in Canada and how new technology can help.

  2. How Have Other Municipalities Overcome Major Water Pressure
    11/24/2014

    Whether you’re charged with designing best-in class water systems throughout your district or municipality or you’re a key decision maker, having the right equipment for your needs is crucial. Learn how three major water districts and municipalities turned things around with high-performance solutions customized to their challenges

  3. 2014 World Water Summit: Time For Action On The Global Water Agenda
    11/24/2014

    On Thursday, November 6, I attended The Economist's 2014 World Water Summit, where the world's leading thinkers on water policy, management, irrigation, technology, economic development, sanitation and hygiene and water-related risks gathered in London to catalyze action in response to the looming global water crisis.

  4. Water Utility Turns To State-Of-The-Art UV Technology To Help Address Drought
    11/24/2014

    The 2013 year was the driest in recorded history with many areas of the San Joaquin Valley reporting groundwater levels more than 100 feet below previous historical lows. 

  5. Identifying Power System Problems At The Plant— What You Need To Know
    11/24/2014

    Power management is an often overlooked segment of the water industry. But plants require electrical power, and power systems come with their own set of challenges.    

  6. From Burden To Blessing: The Value of Resource Recovery
    11/24/2014

    The name “wastewater” doesn’t accurately describe water that has been used, says Jim Porteous, from Ovivo. 

  7. DAVCO™ Field-Erected Treatment Plants
    11/22/2014

    Evoqua Water Technologies manufactures and supplies DAVCO™ steel field erected biological treatment systems for the reduction of biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), total suspended solids (TSS), total nitrogen (TKN) and phosphorus (P). If municipal or industrial wasteater treatment facilities are looking for ways to reduce their associated engineering and construction costs, plus have a shorter concept-to-completion timeline, then these systems are the ideal choice.

  8. SmartBNR™ Process Controls
    11/22/2014

    The SmartBNR™ control system from Evoqua is designed by our process engineers who have a thorough understanding of the plant’s complete process. The system features an automated stormwater mode, aerated-anoxic aeration control, automated SRT control, and automated process controls. The SmartBNR™ system’s capabilities are unmatched by any other available system.  It offers precise control of simultaneous nutrient removal in a single reactor, predictive aerator response to reactor conditions, integrated control strategy using both oxidation-reduction potential and dissolved oxygen, and automated sludge wasting to maintain optimum sludge age.

  9. VertiCel® Wastewater Treatment Systems
    11/22/2014

    The VertiCel® system is superior to other aeration technologies because it saves energy and space, while producing an unparalleled effluent quality. It is ideally suited for wastewater treatment plants with process flows above two million gallons per day. The VertiCel® tanks in series design consists of an aerated-anoxic tank followed by an aerobic tank. 

  10. VLR® System For Biological Treatment
    11/22/2014

    VLR® Systems from Evoqua utilize a vertical loop based design with looped reactors in series that allows DO stratification. As such, it is suited for simultaneous nitrification/denitrification; biological phosphorus removal and storm water treatment..

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