Drinking Water Disinfection Podcasts

  1. New Trends In Mixing Technology For Water And Wastewater
    7/9/2019

    Polymers used in wastewater treatment represent one of the most expensive operating costs for municipalities. By providing an optimal environment for the activation of these polymers, plants can improve efficiency by as much as 20 percent or more. At the same time, drinking water plant managers face enormous pressure to control the disinfection residual. In this Water Talk interview, Matt Boeh, director of sales for UGSI Chemical Feed, discusses the advanced mixing technologies that can be used to improve polymer usage as well as address drinking water quality issues in distribution systems.

  2. Peristaltic Vs. Diaphragm Pumps
    7/29/2014

    Bill McDowell of Blue-White Industries, a supplier of chemical metering pumps and flow meters, recently sat down with Water Online Radio and explained the difference between peristaltic pumps and diaphragm pumps.

  3. Coconut Shell Activated Carbon
    9/23/2013

    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.

  4. Experience Pays Off For Gas Injection
    7/10/2017

    When it comes to gas injection, it pays to work with an experienced manufacturer that has lived the ups and downs of moving from pilots to full-scale plants. A number of years ago, Mazzei Injector Company ran into an issue where the engineer had specified a system at 2 psi of water pressure.

  5. Can’t Keep Up? Partner With A Manufacturers’ Rep To Sustain Growth
    2/19/2014

    Rich Cavagnaro, President of AdEdge Water Technologies, and Tom Carmody, President of TC Tech LLC, share how their companies have partnered to successfully grow business in the advanced water treatment technology space.

  6. Replacing The Traditional Use Of Chlorine As A Disinfectant
    10/29/2015

    Steve Day, Marketing and Product Management Director with Calgon Carbon UV Technologies sat down with Water Online Radio to talk about his company, and UV technology.

  7. The Value Of Wastewater: Closed Vessel UV Disinfection For Water Reuse
    11/8/2013

    Jon McClean, President of Engineered Treatment Systems (ETS), explains how UV disinfection of wastewater provides an effective and sustainable solution to growing water shortages.

  8. Upcoming Tech: Alternatives To Coal-Based Activated Carbon, Magnetite Ballasted, And More
    8/20/2014

    In this Water Online interview, Paul Rice of Evoqua talks about the company’s variety of technologies which span across a wide range of water treatment solutions. One highlight is Evoqua’s AquaCarb CX, a coconut shell-based activated carbon that offers an alternative to coal-based activated carbon for removing disinfection byproducts, tastes, and odors.

  9. Water Quality Comes Under The Consumer Microscope
    7/12/2017

    Water quality is getting a lot more scrutiny these days. And that’s a good thing says Russ Swerdfeger, Global Director of Memcor Product Management with Evoqua. Alongside his colleague Daryl Weatherup, Director of Marketing with Evoqua, Swerdfeger recently discussed the future of drinking water and the key issues and concerns facing the water industry right now with Water Talk.

  10. Ozone: An Emerging Star For Disinfection
    11/12/2014

    There are many places around the country where water shortage is a big issue. Water is the most precious resource we have, and in light of the shortage, people have started trying to investigate creative ways of ‘what’s my next water resource,’ Chris Milligan, vice president, director of engineering with BlueInGreen, told Water Online Radio in an interview.