Contaminant Removal News

  1. Archis Ambulkar Contributes To Oxford Research Encyclopedia

    Mr. Archis Ambulkar, a renowned water professional, has recently made a vital contribution towards the Oxford Research Encyclopedia for the topic “Nutrient Pollution and Wastewater Treatment Systems” published by Oxford University Press.

  2. EPA Backs Maryland Plan To Improve Water Quality

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced it has approved and helped fund a $303 million plan by Maryland to implement 36 clean water projects, including a series of major improvements to control stormwater and enhance wastewater infrastructure in Baltimore.

  3. 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.

  4. Water Environment & Reuse Foundation Awards Research Contract To Measure Pathogen Infectivity

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) recently awarded a contract to the University of Michigan to begin research on Molecular Methods for Measuring Pathogen Viability/Infectivity (Reuse-15-07).

  5. NIVUS Wins Water Dragon Award 2016

    After winning the regional heat at Severn Trent’s Headquarters back in September the manufacturer of high accurate flow measurement systems wins the national UK Innovation Award with their Cross Correlation Pipe Sensor.

  6. QED Environmental Systems Announces Power Pro ESP Electric Sampling Pump

    Q.E.D. Environmental Systems, Inc., a leading manufacturer of innovative environmental products and subsidiary of Graco Inc., announces the release of its Power Pro ESP electric sampling pump.

  7. Floating Towards Water Treatment

    Floating wetlands may seem odd but are perfectly natural. They occur when mats of vegetation break free from the shore of a body of water. That got ecological engineers curious about how they affect the water they bob up and down in.

  8. NUS Researchers Develop Low Energy, Cost-Effective Wastewater Purification System

    A team of scientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) has come up with a novel approach to treat industrial wastewater using electricity as a reagent for purification. The method can remove up to 99 per cent of hard-to-treat organic compounds found in various types of industrial wastewater.

  9. Amiad Receives Further NSF Accreditation For Drinking Water Safety

    Amiad Water Systems, a leading global producer of water treatment and filtration solutions, is pleased to announce that its AMF microfiber filter technology has been evaluated and certified by NSF International, an independent public health and safety accreditation organization, for Cryptosporidium removal according to NSF/ANSI 419: Public Drinking Water Equipment Performance for municipal water filtration technologies.

  10. Complete Treatment And Removal Of Pharmaceutical Residues Using High Efficiency Ozone Systems, New Webinar Hosted By Xtalks

    The release of pharmaceutical residues into the environment from production facilities, hospitals and domestic wastewater has introduced a severe threat to the aquatic environment and wastewater treatment plants. In addition, it contributes to the development of antibiotic resistant strains of bacteria.