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  1. Clogging Problem Solved; Maintenance Cost Reduced; 15 Percent Less Power Consumption Delivered
    3/6/2015

    A WWTP facility in Indiana serves a six-square-mile area, and has historically experienced pronounced peak flows caused by nearly one-fourth of its  collection system consisting of combined storm water and sanitary sewer lines.

  2. FGD Purge Treatment In Coal-Fired Power Generation
    3/6/2015

    Stricter environmental policies and regulations worldwide are changing how industry approaches all aspects of business. Likewise, EU (European Union) environmental policies governing air, soil, and water quality have become progressively stringent.

    These policy changes affect the power industry’s balance of meeting growing European energy demands with compliance to environmental standards. In order to conform with EU standards specific for flue gas, a coalfired generation plant (at the time owned by Endesa, Italia, S.p.A.) in Monfalcone, Italy, undertook the measure of installing a state-of-the-art FGD (flue gas desulfurization) system at their facility. This system would remove SO2 (sulfur dioxide) from the emissions for the 336 MW coal-fired power station.

  3. Design-Build Using Actiflo Technology
    3/6/2015

    A state-of-the-art 695-MW power generation facility was recently installed in the Northeastern U.S. to serve the country’s highest demand market. Its innovative power generation technologies, emissions control systems and process efficiencies make it one of the cleanest, most efficient and technologically advanced supercritical pulverized coal (SPC) power plants in the U.S.

  4. Coal Yard Runoff Compliance Using Actiflo® Technology
    3/6/2015
    Storm water runoff from a 37-acre coal storage yard utilized as part of daily operations at an industrial site in Southwester Pennsylvania posed a problem when the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) updated the facility’s NPDES permit.
  5. Actiflo® SOFTns™ An Innovative Process For High Hardness Influent
    3/6/2015

    Veolia has developed a new water softening process for high hardness influents based on the principle of ballasted flocculation and settling used in its Actiflo® technology.

    Unlike Veolia’s typical Actiflo clarification and softening processes, which operate with recirculated microsand for ballasted settling, this new innovation uses water softening chemistry to produce a calcium carbonate precipitate that serves as the ballast.

  6. Portable Parallel Analysis: Streamlining Distribution System Water Testing
    3/6/2015

    A Water Quality Specialist used the Hach SL1000 Parallel Portable Analyzer (PPA) to test 6 parameters simultaneously – all within about 8 minutes.  Previously, the procedure took 20 minutes just for one parameter.  By cutting down the testing time to 8 minutes, the utility saves about 20,000 gallons of water per site during flushing.  Read the full case study to see how this utility uses Hach PPA to get accurate results in less than half the time.

  7. ACTIFLO® Ballasted Clarification Process Brochure
    3/6/2015

    This highly efficient water and wastewater clarification process combines microsand enhanced flocculation and settling.

  8. Design-Build Services Brochure
    3/6/2015

    Veolia Water Technologies is a world leader in water and wastewater treatment. As an experienced design-build company and specialized provider of technological solutions for water treatment, we combine proven expertise with unsurpassed innovation to offer technological excellence to industrial and municipal customers.

  9. Equipment Chosen For Efficiency And Reliability In Lift Station Overhaul
    3/4/2015

    The 5.8 million gallon per day (mgd) Fairwood Lift Station, one of 76 major stations in the Hot Springs system, experienced frequent overflows. Particularly, the station struggled during heavy rainfall events or when pumps clogged because of increasingly popular "disposable" products such as duster heads, cleaning cloths, and disinfecting wipes, which can build up on the leading edge of the pump impeller and become entangled, reducing the efficiency of the pump or even causing a complete stoppage.

  10. The CRP™ System: Chloride Removal Process
    3/4/2015

    Ash treatment for the Pulp & Paper industry. The installation of an integrated HPD® CRP (Chloride Removal Process) system from Veolia Water Technologies
    allows recovery of precipitator ash while purging contaminants from the process. The mill benefits by decreasing overall chemical makeup costs and improvements in recovery boiler operation.

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