Drinking Water Disinfection [Case Studies White Paper]

  1. Clarification And Filtration Upgrades Using ACTIFLO Technology
    1/12/2017

    The City of Somersworth has a historical background dating back to the early 1900s when it became the first community to start using chlorine to disinfect it’s drinking water.

  2. Treatment Of Cyanotoxins In Drinking Water With Activated Carbon
    9/24/2014

    Recently, cyanobacteria and cyanotoxins have become a high profile drinking water quality concern in both the United States and abroad. The combination of weather conditions, agricultural phosphate runoff, and other factors has produced water conditions that have favored the formation of cyanobacteria in surface water supplies.

  3. Cobb County Expands “Excellent Production Of Potable Water” With ClorTec® DN OSHG System
    8/3/2018

    De Nora’s ClorTec® DN OSHG systems feature market-driven innovations including robust PVC/FRP casings with end view ports, remote monitoring and control, and simple operation and maintenance with 100% access to every component. Systems from 12-3,000 lbs/day produce a guaranteed .8% hypochlorite concentration and feature the DSA® bipolar electrodes pioneered by De Nora. Read about how one community expanded their “excellent production of potable water” with the new ClorTec® DN OSHG System.

  4. Coming Of Age: UV-C LED Technology Update
    7/2/2015

    Sometimes technology innovations come along which cause a paradigm shift in how products are designed.

  5. Ion Exchange: A Viable Water Treatment Alternative To Membranes
    10/8/2014

    Five decades ago, ion exchange using charged resins was one of two processes used in the water industry for water treatment.

  6. Ozone Resolves Hydrogen Sulfide And Color Issues In Well Water
    9/1/2018

    A potable water plant in Eastern Angelina County, Texas,  serves over 2,000 rural customers.

  7. On-Site Chlorine Generation Replaces Conventional Chlorine Gas Feed System In Scottsdale AZ
    12/25/2013

    The city of Scottsdale, Arizona, a community of more than 200,000 residents was historically totally dependent on groundwater resources.  By the mid 1980’s, the city began putting together a multi-faceted water resource program to provide the community with a long-term sustainable water supply.

  8. Ammonia Monochloramine Analyzer Helps Utility Control Chloramination
    5/13/2015

    In chloramination, continuous online monitoring and increased frequency of measurements allow you to react faster to changes in water quality. The Bachman WTP in Dallas, TX tested the new Hach 5500sc Ammonia Monochloramine Analyzer against other lab and process analyzers.  Read the full case study to see how the increased frequency of the 5500sc AMC measurements allow the Bachman Plant to react faster to water quality changes and further optimize their chloramination processes. Dr. Vadim B. Malkov, Product Applications Manager

  9. EBMUD Successfully Manages Chloramine Residual In 10-Million-Gallon Reservoir With Chloramine Management System
    5/23/2016

    Located on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay, the East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD) treats and distributes water to over 1.3 million customers in Alameda and Contra Costa counties. As one of the largest utility districts in California, EBMUD is a leader in the water industry’s water quality, conservation, and sustainability efforts.

  10. Chicago Suburb Ensures Highest Water Quality Year-Round, Saves On Labor And Reagents With New Chlorine Analyzers
    5/18/2015

    For the Village of Lombard’s Water Division, consistently delivering high-quality tap water to the community’s nearly 44,000 residents and the businesses serving them was once quite a juggling act: constantly fixing old, temperamental analyzers; feeding reagents into the old analyzers; and staying ahead of callers complaining about “musty” water tastes and odors. Not today.