Drinking Water Treatment Case Studies and White Papers

  1. When It Comes To Smart Water Management, It All Starts With Flow
    12/22/2017

    There is a lot of buzz about smart water management in the water and wastewater market these days. It seems that every manufacturer, service provider and consultant is attempting to differentiate their offering by focusing on how smart it is. But in this modern age of data-driven operations, an old adage holds true: junk in, junk out.  Regardless of how good your analytics package is, if you don’t collect reliable source data, your results will be skewed.  

  2. Water Plant Applies Colorimetric Chlorine Analyzer To Accurately Measure Proper Chloramination
    1/31/2013

    The North Shore Water Commission located in Glendale Wisconsin is a conventional water treatment facility that receives its influent from Lake Michigan. At the intake, chemical treatment is applied for mussel control and the water is pumped to the treatment plant 1 mile away. By Kevin Forsman

  3. Meet (Or Beat) EPA Nitrate MCLs With An AdEdge Packaged Nitrate Removal System
    8/22/2012

    When a food processing plant in Lancaster County, PA was forced to supply bottled water to its employees due to high nitrate levels in its raw water, they had no choice but to investigate a nitrate removal solution. In this case study you’ll learn how the plant avoided EPA violations by reducing nitrate contamination levels to below 8 mg/L and simplified continuous monitoring by implementing a new packaged nitrate removal system from AdEdge.

  4. Thermal Mass Flow Meters Help Reduce Energy Costs And Enhance Emissions Monitoring Systems
    4/17/2013

    Accurate, repeatable measurement of air and process gases is a key factor in improving accountability, productivity, and energy management processes. By Rich Cada, VP Sales & Marketing, Fox Thermal Instruments, Inc.

  5. Camp Steiner, Utah Case Study
    12/22/2011

    Located at 10,400 feet in the Uintah Mountains of Utah, Camp Steiner is the highest Boy Scout camp in the United States.

  6. Energy Savings In Water And Wastewater Systems
    2/13/2018

    This white paper addresses how hydraulic models can be used to instantiate energy savings by reducing energy waste, promote better efficiencies in operating a pumping system, and exploit flexible energy tariffs available in the market place.

  7. Brewed To Perfection; Fifth Largest Brewery Installs RO Units
    4/9/2015

    With water shortages and energy costs increasing worldwide, brewers are turning to state-of-the-art technologies to access water and use it more conservatively.

  8. Dollars And Sense: The Financial Case For Automation
    5/7/2012

    Whether it is dining out less often or putting off that new car purchase just a bit longer, it seems that doing more with less is something many of us have become accustomed to over the last few years. Consumers are not the only ones feeling the pinch. By Doug Johnson, Emerson Process Management Power & Water Solutions

  9. Technology Advancements Improving Real Time Spectral Analysis
    11/15/2012

    Real time spectrophotometers offer the immediate detection capability of a wide range of important and emerging contaminants of concern.

  10. Article: A Field Testing Must Have Device
    7/11/2010
    To take control of our water quality, we first need to know what's in our water. Having portable testing devices to measure important water quality parameters in the field empowers water treatment professionals with improved water quality understanding, enabling them to take more immediate and effective action. By Real Tech Inc.