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Guiding Water And Wastewater Treatment Under The New EPA
 
By Peter Chawaga
It’s no secret that the U.S. EPA has changed course in the last year. But how have those changes affected local water and wastewater treatment operations? And how are those operations going to evolve along with the federal agency?
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How To Clean And Handle pH Sensors
By Frederick J. Kohlmann, Endress+Hauser

For a pH sensor to maintain an accurate reading, the sensor must remain clean. Specifically, the glass measuring electrode cannot become coated, and the reference electrode assembly must not become coated, plugged, or otherwise contaminated by the process solution. Here’s how to clean pH sensors to ensure correct operation.

How To Use Biological Filtration To Meet Today’s Clean Water Challenges
A Q&A With SUEZ
Utilities and industries need reliable and cost-effective treatment methods to protect critical water resources. Water professionals want proven technology to remove contaminants from drinking water, wastewater, and process water. These technologies must also be able to operate under a variety of flows and conditions.
How To Save Energy And Produce Top-Quality Effluent With MABR Technology
A Q&A With Fluence
Wastewater professionals are always under pressure to save costs while improving treatment. So, new technology that helps to accomplish these goals is always welcome. Wastewater equipment and treatment methodologies are becoming more effective and efficient, providing valuable solutions for utilities and industries.
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