Drinking Water Analysis Case Studies

  1. ORP Based Measurement Of Oxidizing Disinfectants In Aqueous Solutions
    9/22/2011

    Oxidizing antimicrobials, such as chlorine, are common disinfectants used to treat water. Test strips, DPD kits, and colorimeters are currently the most popular methods for determining the relative disinfecting power of oxidizing antimicrobial agents in these applications. By Myron L Company

  2. Source Water Monitoring Case Studies And Solutions
    8/25/2011
    Protecting the sources of drinking water is a key concern among water professionals. We rely on water for our most basic needs. As we have observed since the beginning of the industrial revolution, there are many threats to the quality of this water.
  3. White Paper: Instrumentation For Organics Removal Processes
    2/16/2010
    Organic matter in water is the source of many water quality challenges. By Andrew Glover, Real Tech Inc.
  4. Case Study: Optimized Quality Control In Mineral Water Plants
    4/16/2009
    Due to microbiological activity in the process, or to a lesser extent due to the reduction in nitrate levels in the raw water, nitrogen compounds may give rise to increased nitrite concentrations. By Endress + Hauser, Inc.
  5. Water Supplier Ensures DBP Compliance With UV254 Organic Monitoring
    3/18/2009
    Mohawk Valley Water Authority (MVWA) is a progressive supplier of potable water. With source water from the Adirondack Mountains, MVWA works to improve on nature and provide superior water quality, always striving to meet or exceed drinking water standards. Like many other surface water sources, MVWA’s water supply is rich with natural organic matter (NOM). Unfortunately, growing research has demonstrated that NOM in water when combined with chlorine leads to the formation of potentially harmful disinfection by-products. By Jodi Glover, Real Tech Inc.
  6. Case Study: Water Supplier Ensures DBP Compliance With UV254 Organic Monitoring
    3/18/2009
    Mohawk Valley Water Authority (MVWA) is a progressive supplier of potable water. With source water from the Adirondack Mountains, MVWA works to improve on nature and provide superior water quality, always striving to meet or exceed drinking water standards. Like many other surface water sources, MVWA’s water supply is rich with natural organic matter (NOM). Unfortunately, growing research has demonstrated that NOM in water when combined with chlorine leads to the formation of potentially harmful disinfection by-products.
  7. Case Study: Dr. Roddy Tempest And The Ultrameter II In Disaster Response
    3/19/2008

    Find out how the Ultrameter II gave Dr. Tempest fast accurate results that let him act quickly and help save the lives of thousands of people.

  8. Case Study: Continuous Monitoring Safeguards Malaysia’s Water Quality
    11/14/2007

    Well on the way to becoming a total environmental monitoring solutions provider, Alam Sekitar Malaysia Sdn. Bhd. has applied its expertise in air and water quality monitoring to aid the Malaysian government in safeguarding the nation's water supply. A broad contract between ASMA and Malaysia's Department of the Environment partners the two entities in a highly efficient system that gathers long-term trend data on water quality while also maintaining an early warning system to alert officials and water treatment operators of pollution discharges in key reaches of the country's river system

  9. Case Study: Customized Hydraulic And Water Quality Model Interface
    9/26/2006
    In March 2003, Black & Veatch started a project to streamline the hydraulic and water quality modeling processes for one of the largest wholesale water suppliers in Florida. The water supplier delivers water from fourteen different sources to more than two million people in six different communities. The client needed a way for its staff of water quality, planning, and engineering professionals to perform hydraulic simulations on a regular basis
  10. Case Study: Customized Hydraulic And Water Quality Model Interface
    9/26/2006
    In March 2003, Black & Veatch started a project to streamline the hydraulic and water quality modeling processes for one of the largest wholesale water suppliers in Florida. The water supplier delivers water from fourteen different sources to more than two million people in six different communities. The client needed a way for its staff of water quality, planning, and engineering professionals to perform hydraulic simulations on a regular basis