Contaminant Removal News

  1. Detroit Public Schools Nix Drinking Water Fountains As Class Begins

    Detroit public school students will not have the option of quenching their thirst at water fountains this year.

  2. Texas Water Treatment Plant Resolves Severe Cyanobacteria Outbreak

    Summer is peak cyanobacteria season for water treatment plants. This means taste and odor complaints. Controlling taste and odor problems while keeping costs under control can be difficult. A South Texas water treatment plant found a way to do both.

  3. Amid Contamination Crisis, PFAS Experts Are In Demand

    Pennsylvania is having trouble finding an in-house toxicologist to set standards for perfluorinated compounds.

  4. Congressman Dan Kildee Visits Local Water Treatment Technology Company In Saginaw

    Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) recently visited the Duperon Corporation office and toured the company's manufacturing facility in Saginaw.

  5. Scientists Back N.C.’s GenX Health Goal

    North Carolina has taken a step forward in setting limits on GenX, an industrial contaminant that has been found in drinking water in the state.

  6. Michigan’s Top Health Official To Stand Trial For Flint Deaths

    A judge issued a decision on August 20 that Michigan’s top public health official must stand trial for the death of two men in connection with the Flint water crisis.

  7. Costs Challenge Drinking Water Plans In Small Communities

    A tiny town in Minnesota is facing severe nitrate contamination of drinking water.

  8. Aquarion Group Company H+E MFT Supplies 50,000 M3/Day Water Treatment Plant In Saudi Arabia

    Aquarion Group, a leading provider of advanced water systems, solutions and technologies for the oil & gas industry, the energy sector and other process industries, announces that H+E MFT in Cologne, Germany, has been awarded a project for design, construction, installation, testing and commissioning of a water treatment plant in Saudi Arabia.

  9. Save On Operating Costs With Improved Dosing Techniques

    A plant processing 26,417,205 gallons of wastewater a day can have difficulty determining exact measurements of chemical closing in water. While costs differ in several cases, a plant this size can save up to 6%, or $21,000, of annual costs. Find out what inefficient dosing is costing you via our third webinar in the Cost of Water series.

  10. Linde To Report On Results Of OZORA System At SUEZ

    At the International Ozone Association’s (IOA) annual conference in Las Vegas, August 20-23, Linde LLC will present results of its patented OZORA oxygen recovery system, collected from an installation at a 200-million-gallon-per-day (mgd) SUEZ drinking water treatment facility.