Drinking Water Contaminant Removal podcasts

  1. True BLEU: Underdrain Concept And Design By Tonka Water

    Rick Mann, VP of sales with Tonka Water, shares details on an underdrain system that can fit into any plant – and is built to last.

  2. Coconut Shell Activated Carbon

    Jim Knepper, Vice President of Sales for Jacobi Carbons, discusses the growth of the Company and the advantages of coconut shell activated carbon in complying with the EPA’s disinfection byproduct phase II ruling.

  3. Groundbreaking Groundwater Treatment

    Carollo Engineers and AdEdge Water Technologies share insight and expertise while bringing innovative groundwater treatment systems to market.

  4. Clearing The Air With Activated Carbon

    Think you know activated carbon? The range of capabilities is so robust that operators of all types — drinking water, wastewater, municipal, or industrial — should come to fully understand its usage.

  5. Challenges For Water Utilities Spur Technology Upgrades

    Lee Odell, Water Treatment Global Technology Lead at CH2M HILL, discusses some of the current challenges that water utilities are facing and how CH2M HILL is well-poised to address them.

  6. A 'Banner Year' For Ballasted Treatment

    It may not be mentioned as Ryan Seacrest begins the countdown on New Year’s Eve, but a few treatment plants scattered across the country may recall 2015 as the year of ballasted treatment.

  7. UVT-LED Sheds Light On UV Disinfection

    Learn why measuring UV transmittance is so important to efficient disinfection, and how LED helps get you there.

  8. De Nora Doubles Down On Innovation

    With 29 locations, 1,600 employees and research facilities in Japan, Italy and the United States, DeNora is one of the largest disinfection and filtration companies in the world. As Gary Lohse, Regional Sales Manager for De Nora, explains in this Water Online Radio interview, the acquisition of the former Severn Trent manufacturing division coupled with De Nora’s product innovation strength is driving enhancements to some of the most respected brands in the water industry.

  9. Chemical-Free AOP Technology

    Most advanced oxidation processes require chemicals—but not Photo-Cat.

  10. On Site Hydrogen Peroxide Generation for Advanced Oxidation Process

    Vitamins, steroids and hormones are all emerging as contaminants being detected in drinking water supplies. As Jon McClean, Chief Technology Officer with Neptune Benson explains in this Water Online Radio interview, advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) add hydrogen peroxide in front of UV treatment to eradicate contamination.