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  • A New Era In Blower Control Efficiency
    A New Era In Blower Control Efficiency

    A common misconception among wastewater plant managers is that pressure-based blower controls remain an industry “best practice” for aeration. The problem is this approach was developed during an age when most blowers were constant speed machines with outputs that could only be governed by the manipulation of inlet valve position or header pressure. Newer self-tuning, airflow-based control systems save energy, improve effluent, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

  • Keys To Tackling Industrial PFAS Treatment
    Keys To Tackling Industrial PFAS Treatment

    While municipalities have been working for several years to address per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, commonly known as PFAS, a growing number of industrial operations are being prompted to treat their wastewater and stormwater for the contaminants. While any steps taken to reduce PFAS are positive, performing a thorough investigation before selecting a solution is critical to getting the best results at the lowest cost.

  • Navigating The Partial-Pipe Flow Challenge
    Navigating The Partial-Pipe Flow Challenge

    One of the most perplexing challenges that wastewater plant operators face is the need to measure the various sources of influent. For closed-pipe systems, the use of traditional flow devices requires intensive and expensive engineering to keep the pipe full at the point of measurement. The good news is that there is an emerging solution that measures flow in a less-than-full pipe.

  • Grundfos’ Commitment To Sustainability Helps Team Win Prize For Water Innovation Challenge
    Grundfos’ Commitment To Sustainability Helps Team Win Prize For Water Innovation Challenge

    Once you know Grundfos, you realize the company’s commitment to promoting sustainability is genuine. The global leader in pumps spearheads programs worldwide to help promote the efficient and sustainable use of water and energy.

  • Calgon Carbon Initiates Emergency Response To PFAS Detection
    Calgon Carbon Initiates Emergency Response To PFAS Detection

    Blades, Delaware, a small town in Sussex County, provides drinking water to more than 1,300 residential and business locations throughout the community. In 1981, the citizens of Blades voted to improve their water and sewage facilities by establishing a central water supply and tying all properties into the nearby Seaford Sewer System. By February of 1982, the project was complete and since then the town has had a clean and safe municipal water supply.

  • Squeezing Every Last Dollar From Biogas
    Squeezing Every Last Dollar From Biogas

    A growing number of wastewater treatment plants are banking on biogas from their sludge as a supplemental power source. Unfortunately, biogas is notoriously difficult to quantify. Ultrasonic flow meters specifically designed for biogas applications can provide a solution that addresses many of the issues created by traditional technology.

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Turning Data Into Water Intelligence Turning Data Into Water Intelligence

Collecting data isn't particularly hard, but extracting value from it can be. Many water operations are awash with sensors, instruments, and software, but fail to get actionable insight due to data streams that are unreliable, nonintegrated, or lack analysis. Hach helps utilities and industries make sense of data through Claros, a water intelligence system that provides efficiency, cost savings, and security by collecting and interpreting data and give clear direction for operators. In this video, Sam Utley, Software Application Development Manager for Hach, describes the Claros system's capabilities and how they can be leveraged to overcome pressing water challenges.

Exploring The Forefront Of Flow Technology Exploring The Forefront Of Flow Technology

GF Piping has a long history of operation, serving a wide variety of flow measurement and distribution needs in water and wastewater — and a long history at WEFTEC as well. In this video, GF Piping's Brian LaBelle, Director of Business Development - Water Treatment & Energy, provides a tour of the GF booth highlighting the company's newest and most popular offerings. Tune in to discover the latest technologies related to piping systems, flow meters, diaphragm valves, joints, couplings, and more.

The Role Of Digitalization In Today's Treatment Plants The Role Of Digitalization In Today's Treatment Plants

The best systems are ones that are not just effective by design; importantly, they are employed to optimal effect. When it comes to treatment plant instrumentation and automation, it's essential that the volumes of data collected throughout the treatment process are easily understood and acted upon. In this video, Jack Roushey, Marketing Manager for the Flow Division of Siemens Process Instrumentation, talks about how Siemens addresses these challenges through their portfolio of process measurement and analytics systems. He discusses the advantages of digitalization, including digital twin technology, and how smart instruments can be leveraged to solve some of the industry's highest-level concerns, such as water quality and resiliency, while making it more simple than ever for operators.

TIGG, LLC Manufacturing Capabilities TIGG, LLC Manufacturing Capabilities

TIGG's steel tank and pressure vessel manufacturing facility in Heber Springs, Arkansas, consists of nearly 155,000 square feet of shop and warehouse space situated on 40 acres of property. With a 30 foot under hook height at the state-of-the-art facility, TIGG is capable of fabricating tanks up to 14 feet in diameter. We have upgraded our state-of-the-art cutting, forming, fitting, welding, testing, blasting, and finishing equipment.

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Approaches to stormwater have improved dramatically. This free collection of articles provides detailed examples of successful and sustainable solutions that water and wastewater quality managers may be able to adopt to address their own stormwater dilemma.

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At De Nora Water Technologies we make water treatment easy. That’s why we offer a range of innovative treatment technologies used the world over, to help protect and preserve the world’s most precious resource. Learn more.

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The UV Advanced Oxidation Process (UV AOP) is when ultraviolet light, alone or in combination with an oxidant, destroys chemical contaminants in water. If you have a problem contaminant that cannot easily be removed with processes like microfiltration, granular activated carbon or reverse osmosis, then UV AOP might just be the ideal solution. Learn more.

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