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  1. The Top 5 Fall Protection Hazards Overlooked By Utilities
    9/2/2014

    Fall hazards are the number one killers in the construction field according to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA). In 2010, fatalities from falls to lower levels was 255 out of 264 recorded fall deaths.

  2. Consultant’s Corner: Sustainability And Asset Management — How The Two Are Connected
    9/2/2014

    Sustainability and asset management are more than just buzz words in the water industry. Sustainability, which in its broadest sense refers to ethics, governance, transparency, business relationships, financial stewardship, economic development, value, employment practices, and environment stewardship, is a key consideration for adopters of asset management programs.

  3. Freedom Industries Fallout: Tightening Water Regulations For Aboveground Storage Tanks
    9/2/2014

    Five months after leaked chemicals contaminated the public water supply, West Virginia passed legislation to prevent future tank failures — and perhaps serve as a model for others. By Yves Pollart, P.E., BCEE

  4. Power Plant Saves Millions And Increases Production By Improving Cooling Tower Water Treatment
    9/1/2014

    A Power Plant in Palo Seco, Puerto Rico has realized the millions in annuals savings since the 2010 MIOX installation.

  5. MIOX Installation Profiles
    8/29/2014

    Download this brochure to learn about facilities who have switched to MIOX on-site chemical generation.

  6. Understanding Salt Passage Vs. Salt Rejection In Reverse Osmosis Systems
    8/29/2014

    Knowing the dynamics of membrane separation and distinguishing salt rejection and salt passage and how they’re calculated is necessary to understand the unique operational behaviors of reverse osmosis (RO), nanofiltration (NF), microfiltration (MF), and ultrafiltration (UF) systems.

  7. HYDROVEX® RDS Rotary Drum Sieve Brochure
    8/28/2014

    In spite of substantial successes in the treatment of stormwater in combined and storm drains, there are frequent complaints about the unsightly pollution of downstream shorelines by toilet paper, sanitary napkins, disposable syringes, diapers, kitchen wipes, plastic wrap, etc. These items often float in the effluent and cannot be effectively removed by sedimentation or trapped by baffles.

  8. Leading US Producer Of Canned Foods Replaces Expensive Biocides And Improves Biological Control In Cooling Water
    8/28/2014

    A leading producer of canned vegetables in the United States was facing a serious challenge controlling microbiological growth in their canning plant cooling water.  After hearing of the revolutionary disinfection efficacy of Mixed Oxidant Solution (MOS) chemistry, they reached out to MIOX for a solution.

  9. 4100 Water / Soil Sample Processor Brochure
    8/27/2014
    OI Analytical, a brand of Xylem (USA) is pleased to offer a new water/soil sample processor for purge and trap GC-MS analysis of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in drinking water, wastewater, soils, and sediments. Environmental laboratories performing VOC analysis of drinking water, wastewater, groundwater, soil and sediment samples require a versatile and reliable automation platform to transfer samples to purge-and-trap GC-MS systems.
  10. 4100 Water / Soil Sample Processor
    8/27/2014

    OI Analytical, a brand of Xylem (USA) is pleased to offer a new water/soil sample processor for purge and trap GC-MS analysis of VOCs (volatile organic compounds) in drinking water, wastewater, soils, and sediments. Environmental laboratories performing VOC analysis of drinking water, wastewater, groundwater, soil and sediment samples require a versatile and reliable automation platform to transfer samples to purge-and-trap GC-MS systems.