Drinking Water Disinfection HEADLINES

  1. AdEdge Water Technologies Now Provides All Sizes Of Arsenic Treatment Systems

    AdEdge Water Technologies announced recently that it now supplies Bayoxide© E33 media for arsenic water treatment systems in any size community.

  2. Phosphorus Regs Result In High Price Tag For CT Utility

    Increasing phosphorus regulations are significantly impacting the bottom line at many WWTPs, often requiring millions of dollars in improvements just to stay in compliance.

  3. Xylem’s UV Disinfection Technology Approved By State Water Resources Control Board, California

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, announced recently that both its Wedeco LBX 850e and LBX 1500e ultraviolet (UV) disinfection systems have received acceptance from the California State Water Resources Control Board’s Division of Drinking Water*.

  4. Teen Survives Brain-Eating Amoeba Infection

    A Florida teen has survived a brain-eating amoeba infection, beating an attack that is usually fatal.

  5. The Official SEPAREL® Website For Degassing Modules Is Live

    Sun Chemical Advanced Materials is pleased to announce that the Official SEPAREL® Website is now live. This new, immersive website details how SEPAREL assists the degasification and aeration of water by utilizing a proprietary non-porous membrane from the DIC Corporation.

  6. Chlorine Emergency At Plant Sparks ‘Shelter In Place’ Order

    A chlorine emergency at a water treatment plant resulted in a “shelter in place” order for the immediate area last week.

  7. AquiSense Technologies Acquired By UV-C LED Manufacturer, Nikkiso

    AquiSense Technologies, the world leader in UV-C LED disinfection systems, has been wholly acquired by Nikkiso America, Inc in a cash deal. With over a half century of product development, Nikkiso has provided original technologies to a range of industries, including medical, aviation, life sciences, and microelectronics.

  8. SLAC, Stanford Gadget Grabs More Solar Energy To Disinfect Water Faster

    In many parts of the world, the only way to make germy water safe is by boiling, which consumes precious fuel, or by putting it out in the sun in a plastic bottle so ultraviolet rays will kill the microbes.

  9. Study Finds That Millions Of Americans Get Water From PFAS-Laced Sources

    The level of perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in drinking water sources exceeds federal safety limits in supplies serving millions of U.S. residents.

  10. UBC Researchers Develop Drinking Water Quality Index Tool For Municipalities

    UBC engineers have created a tool that will help municipalities measure water quality, as a way to ensure clean and safe drinking water is coming out of the taps. By Matthew Grant