Drinking Water Disinfection HEADLINES

  1. Clean Water That’s 'Just Right' With Sandia Sensor Solution
    7/11/2017

    Water utilities have a Goldilocks problem: If they don’t add enough chlorine, nasty bacteria that cause typhoid and cholera survive the purification process. Too much chlorine produces disinfection byproducts such as chloroform, which increase cancer risks. The amount of chlorine needs to be “just right” for safe drinking water.

  2. Puralytics Introduces The New Shield 1500
    7/6/2017

    Puralytics, a water purification company with headquarters in Oregon, designed and manufactured the Shield, a water purification unit that employs LEDs to excite a nanotechnology mesh to power light‐activated water purification processes.

  3. De Nora Provides Capital Controls® Training Courses To Severn Trent Water
    6/20/2017

    De Nora has been selected by Severn Trent Water Ltd to deliver bespoke, training courses on drinking water disinfection, gas feed equipment and critical safety shut down systems.

  4. UT Study Shows Virus Infection May Be Linked To Toledo Water Crisis
    5/31/2017

    In August 2014, toxins from algal blooms in Lake Erie shut down the city of Toledo, Ohio’s water supply, leaving half a million residents without potable water for more than two days. A new study co-authored by UT researchers shows that a virus may have been involved in the crisis and suggests methods for more stringent monitoring of water supplies.

  5. De Nora Exhibits Latest Innovations At American Water Works Association's Annual Conference & Exhibition
    5/25/2017

    De Nora's global water and wastewater treatment business will exhibit at the 2017 American Water Works Association's Annual Conference & Exhibition taking place June 11-14 in Philadelphia.

  6. TrojanUVSigna™ Approved By California Water Board For High-Level Water Reuse Applications – City Of Jackson Plans System Installation
    5/17/2017

    After the completion of third-party validation testing under the National Water Research Institute (NWRI) Guidelines, TrojanUV recently announced that its open-channel wastewater ultraviolet light disinfection system TrojanUVSigna™ has received conditional acceptance from the California Water Board’s Division of Drinking Water (DDW) Recycled Water Unit (RWU).

  7. Padre Dam Receives Conceptual Approvals And $116.2M For East County Advanced Water Purification Program
    5/8/2017

    Padre Dam Municipal Water District received regulatory conceptual approvals for the East County Advanced Water Purification Program from the California State Water Resources Control Board Division of Drinking Water.

  8. Aquionics Webinar To Help Manufacturers Optimise Dechlorination Of Process Water
    4/25/2017

    Ultraviolet (UV) disinfection technology specialist Hanovia and the Industrial Division of its US sister company Aquionics, are to host a webinar aimed at helping manufacturers optimise the removal of chlorine within their water treatment operations.

  9. Executive Board Technology Award At 2017 National Federal Laboratory Consortium Awarded To United States Environmental Protection Agency And AdEdge Water Technologies Collaborative Technology Transfer
    4/20/2017

    AdEdge Water Technologies and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) announced recently that NoMonia, an innovative dual-stage biological treatment technology for the removal of multiple contaminants such as ammonia, arsenic, iron, and manganese from groundwater, was selected the winner of the 2017 Executive Board Technology Award at the upcoming 2017 National Federal Laboratory Consortium in San Antonio, Texas.

  10. Truly Portable Handheld UV Transmittance Monitor From Sensorex
    4/18/2017

    The UVT-LED-H handheld UV transmittance monitor delivers fast and accurate UV transmittance readings in any applications employing UV disinfection.