Drinking Water Treatment Case Studies and White Papers

  1. ETS-UV™ Project Profile For Drinking Water In Berea, Ohio
    2/3/2017

    First settled in 1836, the City of Berea, Ohio gained acclaim as being the source for dimensioned stone formed from locally quarried sandstone, notably grindstones. The grindstones were shipped to Cleveland by oxcart and, as demand grew, later by a purpose-built railroad to the Big Four Railroad across the Midwest. Now many of the former quarry pits are better known as Baldwin Lake, Wallace Lake and Coe Lake.

  2. Data Validation Of Continuous Analyzers
    10/11/2013

    Continuous analyzers are routinely employed to monitor water and steam cycles in industries such as power generation, municipal water and waste water, pharmaceutical, and microelectronics.  By Randy C. Turner, Technical Director, Swan Analytical USA

  3. Utility Enjoys More Than Seven Years of On‐Site Sodium Hypochlorite Production
    8/15/2016

    “To me, Microclor® is the top of the line on‐site generation system on the market due to low maintenance and it being very user friendly.” Larry English, Water Quality Manager, Daphne Utilities. Read the full project profile to learn more.

  4. Case Study: High Chemical & Blowdown Rates
    7/14/2010

    The client used soft water make up on their large boiler system and was interested in reducing their operational water costs.

  5. Utah Water District Saves Time And Resources, Improves Accuracy By Upgrading Sensors And Analyzers
    7/20/2015

    Monitoring chlorine and fluoride levels in the drinking water of Utah’s Taylorsville-Bennion Improvement District used to be expensive, labor intensive, and often sensitive to interference from the vari­able frequency drives used to operate the chlorine injection pumps. That is, until the district upgraded to Rosemount free chlorine and fluoride sen­sors and analyzers from Emerson.

  6. White Paper: Water Reuse Strategies: Steel Industry Case Studies
    8/26/2010

    The steel industry has historically presented challenges for effective water treatment because it is a high water user and the applications may involve high heat, critical noncontact cooling, direct contact cooling, high suspended solids waters, oil and grease contamination, and complicated cascading. By Dave Christophersen, Veolia Water Technologies

  7. White Paper: The Leopold® Clari-DAF™ System For Membrane Pretreatment
    5/12/2006
    The idea that membranes could be used for solids removal and concentration in potable water treatment schemes has been known for hundreds of years. It has only been in the past 50 years or so that reverse osmosis membranes for treating brackish waters or sea water have been considered a cost-effective viable alternative. More recently, the membrane suppliers have produced low-pressure membranes that are applied in current treatment process schemes to enhance the water quality effluent required to meet additional regulatory guidelines
  8. Case Study: Indian Chemical Company Chooses Aquatech’s Zero Liquid Discharge Solution
    7/23/2009
    Chemplast Sanmar Limited is the flagship company of the Sanmar Group, a leading industrial house in South India. They manufacture Chlorochemicals, PVC Resins, Caustic Soda / Chlorine, Chlorinated Solvents and Silicon Wafers.
  9. Granular Activated Carbon: A Long-Term Solution For Meeting DPB Compliance
    7/31/2017

    When the Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (CCMWA) anticipated the need to upgrade the Hugh A. Wyckoff water treatment plant, they turned to granular activated carbon (GAC) technology after vetting several alternatives. The plant, a wholesaler in a two-plant system, processes up to 72 million gallons per day and serves about 350,000 people. Comprising of Wyckoff and the James E. Quarles treatment plant, CCMWA is the second largest water provider in Georgia.

  10. MIOX Achieves Increased Efficacy Against Biofilm And Legionella Vs. Common Biocides
    2/5/2014

    Comparative disinfection studies using 3 oxidizing biocides and 3 commonly used non-oxidizing biocides against Legionella pneumophilia.