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Dystor® Digester Gas Holder System

Dystor® Digester Gas Holder System

The Dystor® system from Evoqua, is a digester gas holder design that uses a dome-shaped, engineered membrane system to store methane gas, provide for sludge storage and prevent odors.

Millennium SC1100 Catalytic Bead LEL Gas Detector

Millennium SC1100 Catalytic Bead LEL Gas Detector

The SC1100 Catalytic Bead gas detector continuously monitors your site for the presence of combustible gases. Net Safety's proprietary SensorGuard feature protects sensors from damage caused by extended exposure to high concentrations of combustible gas.

Flygt Flush Valve 4901, 4910

Flygt Flush Valve 4901, 4910

Automatic and continuous sump desludging. Flygt’s Flush Valve provides a simple, effective, and fully automatic way of continuously keeping pump sumps free of sludge by flushing the sump at the beginning of every pumping cycle. Sedimentation in the sump is greatly reduced, and unpleasant odors in and around the pumping station are virtually eliminated.

Hydra-Stat

Hydra-Stat

Polymer activation validation system and optimization software.

MEMCOR® Ultrafiltration Systems

MEMCOR® Ultrafiltration Systems

Our membranes and membrane systems reflect the advancements that have been made in the industry over the past three decades.

Increase the Operating Efficiency of Internalift® Screw Pumps

Increase the Operating Efficiency of Internalift® Screw Pumps

Internalift® Screw Pump Retrofits: Increase the Operating Efficiency of Internalift® Screw Pumps

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LATEST INSIGHTS ON WATER SCARCITY

  •  California Is Not Running Out Of Water, It Is Running Out Of Cheap Water
    California Is Not Running Out Of Water, It Is Running Out Of Cheap Water

    The ongoing water crisis in California has generated some dire predictions about the state's future. But California isn’t running out of water. It’s running out of cheap water.

  • Keeping Innovation Afloat: The Desal Prize
    Keeping Innovation Afloat: The Desal Prize

    During the week of April 6th, five teams of engineers, innovators, and water experts convened at the Bureau of Reclamation’s Brackish Groundwater National Desalination Research Facility in New Mexico to compete in the Desal Prize.

  • Florida Emerging As Key U.S. Water Market
    Florida Emerging As Key U.S. Water Market

    Water stress across the U.S. is taking on greater significance and Florida’s increasing pipeline of opportunities cannot be overlooked.

  • A Promise To Our Children To Save Water In Texas
    A Promise To Our Children To Save Water In Texas

    It’s no secret that Texas is currently in the midst of a multi-year drought – yet the vast majority of our electricity comes from sources that contribute to this prolonged drought, namely coal, nuclear, and natural gas. All of these energy sources require copious amounts of water to produce electricity.

  • UAE’s Rain Enhancement Program Addresses Key Technical Challenges
    UAE’s Rain Enhancement Program Addresses Key Technical Challenges

    Some regional governments are looking at rain enhancement as an under-explored option for arid and semi-arid countries to strengthen their water sustainability.

  • Water Utilities Become Smarter In Tackling Scarcity
    Water Utilities Become Smarter In Tackling Scarcity

    Utilities around the world face ever-increasing demand for water as a result of population growth, ongoing urbanization, and rapidly growing economic activity in areas where water supply is already limited.

  • In The Face of Extreme Drought, Australia (And Possibly Texas) Undoes Best Strategy For Water Conservation — Clean Energy
    In The Face of Extreme Drought, Australia (And Possibly Texas) Undoes Best Strategy For Water Conservation — Clean Energy

    Cowboys, frontier grit, accented English, and wild, wide open spaces are just a few of the similarities shared by Texas and Australia. Both places also have an energy-water problem. But, the good news for Texas is that it’s not too late for us to learn from Australia’s mistakes — and a few successes, too.

  • Desalination Innovation In The UAE
    Desalination Innovation In The UAE

    A delegation of prominent UAE government and private sector representatives, organized by Masdar, will be attending the 7th World Water Forum in Daegu and Gyeongbuk, South Korea, from April 12 to 17. The delegation will showcase the country’s adoption of innovative technologies as a means to ensure a water secure future and address the inter-connected challenges of the energy-water nexus with the global community.

  • New Frontiers In Desalination
    New Frontiers In Desalination

    As persistent, widespread drought dominates headlines and decimates farmland, a competition held this month by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) turns to innovative desalination technologies for answers.

  • In Times of Drought: 9 Economic Facts About Water In The United States
    In Times of Drought: 9 Economic Facts About Water In The United States

    This Hamilton Project memo presents nine economic facts that provide relevant background context to the water crisis in the United States.

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WATER INDUSTRY FEATURES

  • Next Generation FPI Mag Flow Meter Helps Provide Clean Water For Seattle
    Next Generation FPI Mag Flow Meter Helps Provide Clean Water For Seattle

    The Cedar Water Treatment Facility (CWTF) serves the residents of the City of Seattle. This state-of-the-art plant was designed and built, and is now operated by CH2M Hill.  Working together, CH2M Hill and McCrometer improved flow measurement at the facility with the FPI Mag® Flow Meter.

  • Faster Time To Bill
    Faster Time To Bill

    What is the value of faster, more reliable water meter readings? According to Montgomery Water Works, it’s huge – both in terms of time to bill and in customer service. Watch this video to see how Neptune Territory Manager Kevin Smith helped provide the answers for the accurate information needed for monthly billing and more proactive management.

  • Listening For Leaks In Las Vegas
    Listening For Leaks In Las Vegas

    While it often starts with a leak, historically many utilities have waited until there is an evident problem or rupture to react. Today’s utilities have an option. Imagine being immediately notified about a problem in an main. The EchoShore-TX platform will call, text, or email you promptly after detecting a leak or other anomaly.

  • The Many Faces Of Carbon — A Versatile Treatment Solution
    The Many Faces Of Carbon — A Versatile Treatment Solution

    What concerns drinking water municipalities the most? Is it regulations, emerging contaminants, or a crisp, clear product? To a degree, it’s all of the above. Jim Knepper of Jacobi Carbons explains.

  • Moving Water Quality Innovation Forward
    Moving Water Quality Innovation Forward

    Hach is a company that does several kinds of water analysis, with solutions from laboratory and water/wastewater, to power, pharmaceutical, and more. Pam Moss, a technical sales specialist in the Southeast for Hach, sat down with Water Online Radio at ACE to briefly discuss some of Hach’s offerings for looking at the biologics and chemistry in water.

  • Efficient, Safe And Non-Clogging Equals Longevity For Wastewater Pumps
    Efficient, Safe And Non-Clogging Equals Longevity For Wastewater Pumps

    Frank Rebori, President of Smith & Loveless, recently sat down with Water Online Radio to explain the equation: Efficient + Safe + Non-Clogged = Longevity

  • Rethinking Old Standards:  A Few Small Changes Pave Way For Innovation
    Rethinking Old Standards: A Few Small Changes Pave Way For Innovation

    Innovation doesn’t necessarily require a brand new concept.

  • 10 Tips For Accurate Disinfection
    10 Tips For Accurate Disinfection

    Disinfection can rightly be called the “ultimate” stage of drinking water treatment — typically occurring at the end of the process, and acting as a final step before water is sent out of the plant, through the pipes, and into the world. It may come last, but it’s certainly not least.

  • ICEAS SBR Technology Improves Effluent Water Quality For St. Joseph WWTP
    ICEAS SBR Technology Improves Effluent Water Quality For St. Joseph WWTP

    St. Joseph Sanitary District No. 1, near La Crosse, WI, operated a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) that served approximately 1,000 residential customers.

  • Advantages Of Thermal Dispersion Switches For Pump Protection
    Advantages Of Thermal Dispersion Switches For Pump Protection

    Thermal dispersion switches use similar principles as thermal mass flow meters. Fluid carries heat away from the probe tip reducing the temperature difference between a heated resistance temperature detector (RTD) and a reference RTD.

  • Selecting The Right Valve For Your Needs
    Selecting The Right Valve For Your Needs

    Henry Pratt is a manufacturer of water and wastewater products, and offers most valves that are used to convey water and wastewater through systems. Ed Schutz, Director Marketing with Henry Pratt, joined Water Online Radio for an interview to tell us more.

  • Banish Bromate: Managing Bromate Formation In Your Ozone Disinfection Process
    Banish Bromate: Managing Bromate Formation In Your Ozone Disinfection Process

    Until the last decade, bromate was seldom a topic of concern for most treatment facilities. However, an increasing shift toward ozone-based disinfection processes has raised awareness of bromide concentrations in raw water and the potential to form bromate through the disinfection process.

  • Essential Answers To Important pH Questions – Part 2
    Essential Answers To Important pH Questions – Part 2

    pH measurement plays an important role in virtually every industrial process and an equally essential part in environmental regulatory compliance. Many of the below questions pop up every day whether in chemical processing plants, power plants, water and wastewater plants or biopharmaceutical processing.

  • Water Pressure Monitoring: The First Step In Distribution System Intelligence
    Water Pressure Monitoring: The First Step In Distribution System Intelligence

    For water utilities, understanding water pressure in the distribution system is a critical component of managing their community’s water supply. In this interview with Water Online Radio, Paul Gifford, Director of Research and Development for Mueller Company, explains how surprised many customers are when they learn what their water pressure actually is.

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