Contaminant Removal News

  1. Mighty River, Mighty Filter

    Huckleberry Finn wouldn’t recognize today’s lower Mississippi River. Massive walls separate the river from low-lying lands along the bank, an area called the floodplain. Floodplains were once the spillover zone for the river.

  2. 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.

  3. Endress+Hauser Introduces Cleanfit Retractable Sensor Assemblies

    Endress+Hauser introduces Cleanfit CPA875 and CPA871 sensor assemblies that allow pH, ORP, oxygen and NIR sensors to be installed or removed during operation.

  4. Kurita's DReeM Polymer, Which Contributes To Reducing CO2 Emissions By Improving And Maintaining Boiler Efficiency, Wins Environmental Technology Award In The 49th Technology Award Hosted By The Japan Chemical Industry Association

    Kurita Water Industries Ltd. (Head Office: Nakano-ku, Tokyo; President: Michiya Kadota) is pleased to announce that it won the Environmental Technology Award at the 49th JCIA Technology Award hosted by the Japan Chemical Industry Association (JCIA).

  5. Spinoff That Puts Phosphorus In Its Place Signs Key Contract

    In a bit of high-tech judo, a UW–Madison spinoff has started selling a technology to transform phosphorus at wastewater treatment plants from a major headache into an asset. By David Tenenbaum

  6. TMWA And WaterStart Announce Collaboration To Evaluate New Technology For Identifying Contaminants Through Pilot Program

    One of Nevada’s statewide resources for water utilities, WaterStart, recently reached an agreement with Truckee Meadows Water Authority (TMWA) who has begun a pilot program to evaluate the performance of the biottta system for identifying contaminants that can be found in wells such as nitrate and arsenic.

  7. Village Of Oostburg Requests Approval Of Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

    The Village of Oostburg has requested approval from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources for improvements to its wastewater treatment plant.

  8. NOAA Awards $8M For Coastal Resiliency Investments Across The Nation

    NOAA Fisheries is pleased to announce $8M in recommended funding for 11 shovel-ready coastal resiliency projects in various sites across the country.

  9. New USGS Filter Removes Phosphorus From Waste Water

    A tabletop water filter demo designed to remove phosphorus from waste water has in five-years grown into a fully functional water treatment system capable of filtering more than 100-thousand gallons per day.

  10. Growing City Of Kenedy, Texas Selects Southwest Engineers

    Southwest Engineers, Inc., a full-service civil and environmental engineering consulting firm, recently announced the City of Kenedy, Texas has joined the customer roster.