Contaminant Removal News

  1. ResinTech Breaks Ground On New Domestically-Produced Cation Resin Plant

    ResinTech Inc., officially broke ground recently on its new global headquarters in Camden, New Jersey.

  2. Acuva's Strike Platform Is The First UV-LED Drinking Water Disinfection Module Platform For OEMs To Receive NSF/ANSI 55 And 372 Certification

    Acuva Technologies recently announced that its Strike Platform recently became the first and only UV-LED drinking water disinfection module platform in the world certified by the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO) to comply with a pair of key standards: NSF/ANSI 55 Ultraviolet Microbiological Water Treatment Systems for Material Safety and Structural Integrity, and NSF/ANSI 372 Drinking Water System Components – Lead Content Compliance.

  3. Removing Dangerous Bacteria From Tap Water In Hospitals

    Waturu has developed a new solution that, without the use of chemistry, can combat bacteria such as Legionella and p. Aeruginosa by utilizing the water's conductivity to briefly expose the bacteria to current.

  4. Klaran Introduces New 60mW UVC LED And Reactor Prototype For Water Disinfection, Demonstrating NSF Class A Performance

    Klaran, a Crystal IS product line, recently announced the addition of a new 60mW UVC LED to its water disinfection (WD) series.

  5. A Rose Inspires Smart Way To Collect And Purify Water

    The rose may be one of the most iconic symbols of the fragility of love in popular culture, but now the flower could hold more than just symbolic value. A new device for collecting and purifying water, developed at The University of Texas at Austin, was inspired by a rose and, while more engineered than enchanted, is a dramatic improvement on current methods.

  6. PFOA/PFOS Reduction Claims Requirements Added To NSF Standards For Residential Drinking Water Treatment Devices

    The NSF International joint committee of stakeholders that maintains the American National Standards for drinking water treatment and reverse osmosis (RO) devices recently updated two standards to include test methods and other requirements for the reduction of perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS).

  7. State Water Board Grant And Loan Funds Arvin Project To Resolve Arsenic Contamination In Drinking Water

    The Arvin Community Services District broke ground today on a $14.3M project to resolve arsenic contamination problems in the district’s drinking water. Once completed, the project will provide a safe, reliable and permanent supply of drinking water to a community that has lacked access to it for more than a decade.

  8. Rice Husks Can Remove Microcystin Toxins From Water

    Scientists at The University of Toledo have discovered that rice husks can effectively remove microcystin from water, a finding that could have far-reaching implications for communities along the Great Lakes and across the developing world.

  9. NUVODA Earns Grand Prize For Excellence In Environmental Engineering & Science

    The American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES) awarded NUVODA Grand Prize in the “Excellence in Environmental Engineering & Science Award” competition, for the Town of Moorefield/Hardy County Regional WWTP Upgrade with the MOB Process project.

  10. Phoenix Pure And The Indiana Department Of Homeland Security Host Demonstration On The Future Of Clean Water

    Phoenix Pure and the Indiana Department of Homeland Security are hosting a demonstration of the Guardian 4000, a Mobile Emergency Response Water Purification System, on the canal at the Indiana Historical Society.