Contaminant Removal News

  1. De Nora Acquires MIOX
    2/4/2019

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

  2. Regulators, Treatment Authority Disagree On How To Remove Alabama’s PFCs
    1/31/2019

    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.

  3. AMS Introduces 'Micro-Piloting' For SafeGuard H2O Trace Metal Remediation System To Reduce Costs And Deployment Time Of Pilots
    1/25/2019

    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.

  4. Arizona Adds Treatment Plants, Carbon Filtering To Fight PFCs
    1/7/2019

    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).

  5. Pentair Announces Definitive Agreement To Acquire Aquion
    1/7/2019

    Pentair plc, a leading water treatment company, recently announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Aquion for $160M in cash, subject to customary adjustments.

  6. MDEQ Announces A ‘Second Call’ For Projects – Over $60M Available In Drinking Water Infrastructure Loans
    1/3/2019

    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) is soliciting for more Drinking Water Revolving Fund (DWRF) projects to receive below market rate loan financing in the present fiscal year (FY) 2019.

  7. Violations At NJ Utilities Enumerated In New Report
    12/19/2018

    “More than 1.5 million New Jerseyans are served by a utility that has been cited for excessive contaminants since April 2014, when the Flint water crisis was revealed, according to an analysis of U.S. EPA data by USA TODAY NETWORK New Jersey,” The Asbury Park Press reported.

  8. Plasma-Based Technology May Bring Clarity To Challenges Posed By Contaminated Water
    12/17/2018

    The availability of clean, potable water is a concern for everyone, from residents here on Earth to astronauts in space. To address the issue, researchers have recently begun studying plasma-based technologies as a cost-effective method to purify water. 

  9. EPA Data Shows Regulated Water Companies Deliver Higher Quality Water Than Government-Run Systems
    12/12/2018

    An expanded analysis of the largest and most comprehensive study conducted on Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) compliance shows that community water systems owned by regulated water companies are significantly less likely to violate the SDWA than water systems owned and run by local governments.

  10. Hidden Valley Lake Community Services District In California Pilots Aqua Metrology Systems’ SafeGuard H2O Chromium Remediation System
    12/6/2018

    Aqua Metrology Systems (AMS) announced the pilot demonstration of its SafeGuard H2O HexavalentChromium [Cr (VI)] remediation system at California’s Hidden Valley Lake Community Services District (HVLCSD).