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  1. Levels Of Solids Content In Surface Water
    7/28/2015

    Definitions and Solutions for the various levels of solids in surface water.  What level is your water?

  2. Cryptosporidium And Giardia Cysts Control
    7/28/2015

    A protozoan or single celled parasite that lives in the intestines of animals and humans. This microscopic pathogen causes gastrointestinal disorders and may result in death.

  3. Harmsco Solutions For Small Community Water Supply
    7/28/2015

    The Township of Shenandoah, Virginia was forced to comply with new regulations being enforced by the United States EPA concerning the removal of Cryptosporidium and Giardia Cysts from surface waters. Previously, no filtration was required.

  4. Manufacturing Plants Based on the Lego Principle
    7/28/2015

    Smaller batches and different types of product in the same plant – these are the market demands to which more and more manufacturers in the process industries need to adjust. The answer is plants based on the “Lego principle”.

  5. Tangential Flow Separation: A New Way To Treat Waste
    7/27/2015

    Can “leaky hoses” really be considered an innovation? The answer is yes — when applied (ingeniously) for liquid/solids separation.

  6. A Model For Private-Sector Stormwater Management And Water Stewardship
    7/27/2015

    Toronto’s Partners in Project Green promotes collaborative and innovative strategies for low-impact development (LID) stormwater management, focusing on the industrial and commercial sector.

  7. UV System Provides Safe, Effective Disinfection For Wastewater Treatment Plant On The Hudson River
    7/23/2015

    The communities serviced by the Rensselaer County Sewer District, collectively known as the Albany Pool, have combined sewer systems (CSS) that bring stormwater, sewage and industrial wastewater directly to the wastewater treatment facility. When a storm or snow melt results in exceeded capacity, local waterways become contaminated, resulting in a significant environmental challenge, especially in a community where recreational swimming, boating and fishing are popular in warmer months.

  8. A New Way Of Designing With Reverse Osmosis Membranes
    7/23/2015

    Process design in water treatment is historically confined to proprietary or user-defined spreadsheets on a unit operation basis, with users manually adding results from each unit process upstream into the next operation.

  9. Sludge Sucker
    7/23/2015

    The Sludge Sucker™ unit is a cable-driven sludge removal mechanism that provides cost-effective and efficient removal of lightweight sludges, such as alum or ferric hydroxide, or light iron and manganese precipitates from rectangular settling basins.

  10. Sludge Sucker Sludge Removal System
    7/23/2015

    The Sludge Sucker™ sludge removal system collects sludge in surface water applications and effectively removes light sludges such as alum or ferric hydroxide or light iron and manganese precipitates in potable water supplies.

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