Drinking Water Case Studies and White Papers

  1. Stinkin' Drinkin' Water No More: Oxidation/Filtration Removes Hydrogen Sulfide
    4/15/2013
    AdEdge Water Technologies, LLC was contacted by Aqua Utilities Florida to provide a hydrogen sulfide removal system for the Lake Josephine community, located in Highlands County, FL. The treatment goal for the system was to reduce the levels of hydrogen sulfide to the nondetectable odor threshold of <0.05 mg/l.>
  2. Product Recovery Though Ozone Oxidation Of Waste Liquor
    4/27/2017

    The manufacturing of soda ash from Trona is a multi-step process that results in the production of a waste liquor that contains significant levels of organic contamination.

  3. WEDECO UV Disinfection Produces Highly Purified Water In Silicon Valley
    5/7/2015

    With diminished rainfall, a depleted aquifer basin, near-empty recharge ponds, and an earthquake-vulnerable aqueduct system, the Santa Clara Valley Water District (SCVWD) in San Jose, CA, required additional water supplies to maintain regional economic vitality for its growing community.

  4. Neptune’s R450™ System Helps Get Feet Off The Streets Of Laredo
    8/21/2015

    The city of Laredo, Texas, had been walking to read its 67,543 water meters – 59,138 residential and 8,405 commercial accounts – using a manual method that took up to ten staff on the streets nearly an entire month to read to meet a monthly billing schedule. With the dawn of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) systems, the City began their search for the right metering solution for the department’s needs.

  5. East Bay MUD Uses Custom Valve, Reduces Water Pressure And Gains Surge Protection
    9/12/2014

    As an engineer, your day-to-day responsibilities often include staying up to date on best-in-class applications and specifications. But whether you’re charged with designing a water treatment facility or pump station, or simply supervising an existing system, the equipment you select must be vetted. This is generally a challenge for engineers because many companies are vying to have their products deemed as the best solution, yet visibility into those claims is often limited.

  6. Case Study: Customized Hydraulic And Water Quality Model Interface
    9/26/2006
    In March 2003, Black & Veatch started a project to streamline the hydraulic and water quality modeling processes for one of the largest wholesale water suppliers in Florida. The water supplier delivers water from fourteen different sources to more than two million people in six different communities. The client needed a way for its staff of water quality, planning, and engineering professionals to perform hydraulic simulations on a regular basis
  7. Versatility Of Thermal Mass Flow Meters
    3/10/2014

    There are many well documented flow meter technologies that are essentially trying to accomplish the same thing: measure fluid flow rate. Some of the technologies that are entrenched in the market, such as flow meters that utilize differential pressure as the measurement principle, are well understood by customers. Thermal mass flow meters however, such as the Magnetrol® Thermatel® TA2, are a rapidly growing technology that is continuously evolving.

  8. Encore® 700 Chemical Feed Pump Provides Reliable Metering With Minimal Maintenance For Over A Decade At One Of New York’s Largest Water Districts
    8/15/2016

    Jericho Water District (JWD) is one of the largest water districts in New York, serving 58,000 people through 18,604 residential and commercial service connections on Long Island.

  9. Water Meter Upgrade Delivers More Than Accurate Readings
    9/12/2017

    Municipality benefits from guaranteed savings, reduced costs, and customer service accolades

  10. Retrofitting Malta Desalination Plants With Thin Film Nanocomposite (TFN) SWRO Membrane
    2/14/2018

    Malta is an archipelago of three islands situated in the Mediterranean Sea, around fifty miles south of Sicily. There are no rivers of any significance on the islands, and the sparse annual rainfall is only about 500 mm. There is a water deficit in Malta. It occurs especially in summer when there is a great demand from the farmers for their irrigation and from the tourism sector.