WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR THE POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY

OPUS Achieves Zero Wastewater Discharge
OPUS Achieves Zero Wastewater Discharge

The client revived, expanded and modernized its operations in order to produce rare earth materials in high volumes and in an environmentally responsible manner. As part of the expansion, the client contracted Veolia to design and build a new water treatment plant for their state-of-the-art rare earth facility.

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INDUSTRIAL WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT PRODUCTS

CoStrip™: CoStrip™:

Veolia’s patent-pending CoStrip degases raw water by introducing microbubbles of a stripping gas (air, nitrogen or fuel gas) counter-current to the liquid stream. First, the microbubbles are introduced into a series of chambers utilizing eductors. Next, they rise and capture dissolved gases due to the disequilibrium between the microbubble gases and the dissolved gases in the water.

Lime Slaker Systems Lime Slaker Systems

The IMS Lime Slaker Systems provide continuous high volume lime slurries (up to 8,000 lbs/hour) for industrial and municipal process pH adjustment, flocculation, and chemical reaction. The superior paste-type slaking technology consistently produces a higher strength and more reactive lime slurry resulting in more efficient and more economical use of the quicklime. Systems are factory assembled and tested for quick and easy installation, and include options for lime feed and grit removal.

Mobile Water Services: ACTIFLO® Clarification Mobile Water Services: ACTIFLO® Clarification

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing the Actiflo Turbo high-rate clarification technology. With more than 800 references around the world, the Actiflo technology has been in use for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment for more than 20 years.

Mobile Water Services: Reverse Osmosis Technology Mobile Water Services: Reverse Osmosis Technology

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing Reverse Osmosis technology. With applications in utility steam system make-up water, process water purification, water scarce areas, or where water reuse or recycle are required due to costly wastewater surcharges restricting discharge.

Mobile Water Services: High Recovery Reverse Osmosis Technology Mobile Water Services: High Recovery Reverse Osmosis Technology

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing High Recovery Reverse Osmosis technology. With applications in water scarce areas, or where wastewater regulations restrict discharge, Veolia’s Closed Circuit Desalination (CCD™)* RO technology allows customers to recover up to 96% of the influent flow.

Mobile Water Services: Service Deionization Mobile Water Services: Service Deionization

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing ultra-pure Service Deionization technology. With applications in utility steam system make-up water, process water purification and central water supply loops, Veolia’s mobile Service Deionization technology allows customers to provide their critical plant processes with ultrapure water and remain in operation during system upsets or unaccounted for shutdowns.

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INDUSTRIAL WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT VIDEOS

  • Lime Slaker System Video
    Lime Slaker System Video

    The IMS Lime Slaker Systems provide continuous high volume lime slurries (up to 8,000 lbs/hour) for industrial and municipal process pH adjustment, flocculation, and chemical reaction. The superior paste-type slaking technology consistently produces a higher strength and more reactive lime slurry resulting in more efficient and more economical use of the quicklime. Systems are factory assembled and tested for quick and easy installation, and include options for lime feed and grit removal.

  • Integrated Water Treatment Solution For A New Combined Cycle Power Plant
    Integrated Water Treatment Solution For A New Combined Cycle Power Plant

    Northern California Power Agency (NCPA) selected SUEZ as a single-source provider to design and supply an integrated water treatment solution consisting of four water treatment systems for its new 300 MW combined cycle natural gas power plant in Lodi, California.

  • The New TL23 Benchtop Turbidimeter From Hach
    The New TL23 Benchtop Turbidimeter From Hach

    From the brand you trust comes a turbidimeter that simplifies testing in the most demanding wastewater and industrial applications.

  • How It Works: JCS Industries Liquid Vacuum Feeder Video
    How It Works: JCS Industries Liquid Vacuum Feeder Video

    The Model 4100 is a patented technology that will feed numerous aqueous chemicals commonly used in municipal and industrial water treatment systems for operations that require high efficiency, control, and safety. President Brian Whitmore offers a tutorial on how it works in this video.

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LATEST INSIGHTS ON WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT FOR THE POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY

  • If Israel Can Find Common Ground Around The Environment, Why Can’t Texas?
    If Israel Can Find Common Ground Around The Environment, Why Can’t Texas?

    Deep in the Israeli desert is an academic institute that is building peace in the region by putting nature at its center. The Arava Institute, in partnership with Ben Gurion University, brings students from Israel, Palestine, Jordan, and around the world to find common ground around environmental problems and build trust — and peace — from there.

  • Why Strategic Choices — And Water — Could Make People More Energy-Efficient
    Why Strategic Choices — And Water — Could Make People More Energy-Efficient

    At my household, a new year means a new energy and water-use baseline. By that I mean, every month, I look at how much electricity and water I used in comparison to the same month the previous year — so I can try to be as efficient as possible. But I work in the energy field, and I know that’s not a typical New Year’s tradition. Most people don’t examine the trends of their energy-use or spend much time thinking about how to reduce it.

  • Trimble Unity Brings Together Navigation Technology And Remote Monitoring
    Trimble Unity Brings Together Navigation Technology And Remote Monitoring

    After acquiring TELOG last year, Trimble has combined its traditional GIS/GPS navigation technology with TELOG’s remote monitoring solutions to create Trimble Unity, a smart network for monitoring water systems.

  • Exploring The Water Energy Nexus
    Exploring The Water Energy Nexus

    The Water Research Foundation recently facilitated a meeting between seven major water-related organizations such as AWWA, WEF and NAWC and the Department of Energy to discuss the energy, water and food nexus. Water Online Radio sat down with Beate Wright, Executive Director for the D.C. office of the Water Research Foundation, to understand the implications of the meeting.

  • Innovative Utilities Reducing Water-Energy Nexus Pressures
    Innovative Utilities Reducing Water-Energy Nexus Pressures

    With large parts of the country facing drought conditions, including California, Massachusetts, and Alabama, small communities and cities alike are facing increased water-energy nexus pressures.

  • U.S. Power Profile Shift Sparks Water Opportunity
    U.S. Power Profile Shift Sparks Water Opportunity

    The power sector looks to zero liquid discharge and taps municipal reclaimed water as a water reuse strategy.

  • The Power Of Reclaimed Water
    The Power Of Reclaimed Water

    The population continues to grow, demanding more output from fewer resources. This strain is felt acutely in the power industry. New plants are built to accommodate the growing population’s power needs, requiring more water than ever for power generation and cooling. As freshwater resources continue to dwindle, more plants are turning to reclaimed water.

  • Texas’ Evolving Energy Reality: Clean Energy Uses Less Water
    Texas’ Evolving Energy Reality: Clean Energy Uses Less Water

    It’s been an interesting time for water in Texas. Beyond the incredibly wet and cool spring we’ve been having, Memorial Day saw the second year in a row of record-breaking floods.

  • Holistic Energy-Water Planning: Hedging Your Bets In A Water-Stressed World
    Holistic Energy-Water Planning: Hedging Your Bets In A Water-Stressed World

    You probably have some sort of insurance – for your healthcare, car, house, or apartment. Acting on climate change is also like insurance. It is all about managing the risks.

  • Methods For Making Ultrapure Water
    Methods For Making Ultrapure Water

    To break down the treatment options here are three popular ultrapure treatment processes from leading technology suppliers.

  • Power Resiliency Tips For Water And Wastewater Utilities
    Power Resiliency Tips For Water And Wastewater Utilities

    Are you prepared to keep services up and running if the grid goes down?

  • Global Crisis And Modern Solutions At The Water-Energy Nexus
    Global Crisis And Modern Solutions At The Water-Energy Nexus

    GE Water & Process Technologies and the World Resources Institute (WRI), an independent research organization studying sustainability, jointly produced a white paper called “Water-Energy Nexus: Business Risks and Rewards.” The paper hones in on the shared interest of the two groups, namely the supply of freshwater counted on by the energy industry, which in turn fuels water treatment operations, a relationship that’s known as the “water-energy nexus.”

  • Saving Texas’ Water Through Smart Energy Choices In 2016
    Saving Texas’ Water Through Smart Energy Choices In 2016

    2015 proved to be another weird weather year around the country, especially for Texas. 80 degrees and dry in Austin on Christmas Day, spring wildflowers in bloom, and kids playing outside in shorts — a surprise ending to a wild ride of drought followed by devastating floods followed by drought and then more floods.

  • Selenium Removal Technologies: A Review
    Selenium Removal Technologies: A Review

    Selenium, a contaminant of concern in industries such as mining, oil refining, and power generation, is removed from wastewater principally through either biological or chemical/physical processes. This article will describe those technologies, several technology providers, and other sources of information.

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