Contaminant Removal News

  1. 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.

  2. Winds Of Change For 26-Tonne Trent Tidal Gate Replacement Project

    Having been in service for over 75 years, the tidal gate at West Stockwith in Nottinghamshire has been replaced as part of a continual improvement programme being carried out by the Environment Agency (EA).

  3. Consortium Of GE And Norway’s Halvorsen TEC Awarded The Seawater Sulfate Removal System For The Johan Castberg Project

    Marking a commercial milestone in process water treatment for the offshore oil and gas industry, Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil has selected a consortium led by GE Water & Process Technologies and Halvorsen TEC  to supply a complete seawater sulfate removal unit (SRU) to help protect production wells in Statoil’s Johan Castberg project in the Barents Sea, off Norway.

  4. 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.

  5. 'Super Sponge' Promises Effective Toxic Clean-Up Of Lakes And More

    Mercury is very toxic and can cause long-term health damage, but removing it from water is challenging. To address this growing problem, University of Minnesota College of Food, Agricultural and Natural Sciences (CFANS) Professor Abdennour Abbas and his lab team created a spongethat can absorb mercury from a polluted water source within seconds.

  6. New Study: Cyclopure Polymer Demonstrates Superior Performance In Removal Of Micropollutants

    In another milestone development, CycloPure, Inc. announced that its micropollutant polymer, CD-MP, outperformed activated carbon in the removal of micropollutants from water in a new head-to-head study.

  7. Xylem’s Filtration Technology To Provide Additional Drinking Water For Communities In Western Pennsylvania

    Xylem, a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most complex water issues, has secured a contract to supply filtration technology to the new Beaver County water treatment plant in Baden, Pennsylvania.

  8. New Screwpumps Improve Efficiency And Reliability For Treatment Works

    As part of a continuous improvement programme, Severn Trent Water identifies and replaces equipment that has reached the end of its service life.

  9. EPA Cleanup Proposal For Superfund Site In Utuado, Puerto Rico Aims To Remove Harmful Chemicals From The Ground

    The U.S. Environmental Protection is proposing a cleanup plan to address sources of chemical contamination at the Papelera Puertorriqueña Inc. Superfund site, a paper and plastic goods manufacturer in Utuado, Puerto Rico

  10. Activating The Waters

    The Earth can only handle so many contaminants in excess water released into the environment by homes, businesses and industries before becoming overwhelmed.