Contaminant Removal News

  1. CycloPure Supercharges DEXSORB For PFOA And PFOS Removal

    CycloPure, Inc., a leading innovator in water purification technologies, recently announced DEXSORB+, a major advance in PFAS removal technology.

  2. Long Island Faces $840 Million Cost To Fight 1,4-Dioxane In Drinking Water

    Long Island has faced 1,4-dioxane contamination in its drinking water for months. Now, there is a whopping price tag attached to dealing with the problem.

  3. CycloPure Completes $5M Fundraising Proceeds To Accelerate Commercialization Of Products

    CycloPure, Inc., a leading innovator in water purification technologies and the developer of DEXSORB filtration products, recently announced it has raised $3.5M in an oversubscribed Series A round of financing. Investment proceeds will be used to accelerate commercialization of its eco-friendly DEXSORB adsorbents.

  4. Gov. Evers Announces Additional Water Quality Initiatives

    Governor Tony Evers recently announced two additional water quality initiatives that will expand upon the administration’s work to make 2019 the Year of Clean Drinking Water in Wisconsin.

  5. UT Scientists Advance New Technology To Protect Drinking Water From Lake Erie Algal Toxins

    Before the 2014 Toledo Water Crisis left half a million residents without safe drinking water for three days, Dr. Jason Huntley’s research at The University of Toledo focused on bacteria that cause pneumonia.

  6. Scientists Develop Metal-Free Photocatalyst To Purify Pathogen-Rich Water In Minutes

    Scientists across the world have been racking their brains to solve the global problem of clean water scarcity. Chinese scientists have recently found a new way to purify pathogen-rich water with high efficiency and without using metal.

  7. De Nora Acquires MIOX

    World leader in electrochemical technologies enhances its water and wastewater treatment portfolio by adding MIOX technologies to its product line.

  8. Regulators, Treatment Authority Disagree On How To Remove Alabama’s PFCs

    Access to clean drinking water may be a fundamental human right, but that doesn’t mean the occasional dispute over how to achieve this won’t appear. In Alabama, a spat involving two counties, a state environmental enforcer, and a private company has emerged over just that.

  9. AMS Introduces 'Micro-Piloting' For SafeGuard H2O Trace Metal Remediation System To Reduce Costs And Deployment Time Of Pilots

    Aqua Metrology Systems (AMS), a leader in the prediction, control, and treatment of trace metals, introduces a “Micro-Piloting” program for its novel intelligent SafeGuard H2O trace metal remediation system.

  10. Arizona Adds Treatment Plants, Carbon Filtering To Fight PFCs

    As the prominence of perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) in drinking water has risen, a range of treatment solutions have been employed around the country. In Arizona recently, this has meant the addition of carbon filtering and a multi-million dollar investment in new facilities to combat perfluoroalkyl sulfonate (PFAS).