Drinking Water Treatment Insights

  1. Solving For Arsenic Contamination
    4/5/2017

    Few drinking water contaminants can boast the deadly reputation of arsenic. The substance is a well-known carcinogen associated with myriad health problems, and drinking water operations in certain regions must stay vigilant. To help in the fight against arsenic, Water Online spoke with Sahar Fathordoobadi, Application Engineer from AdEdge Technologies, an industry leader in arsenic removal solutions.

  2. Achieving Ultrapure Water
    4/3/2017

    It may sound intimidating, but water that has been treated to “ultrapure” condition is more than necessary in many applications. This highly-cleansed product is a fundamental part of many industrial operations, from the medicine we need to get well to the power we rely on in our daily lives. But, as the name implies, it’s no small task to get average influent to the ultrapure level.

  3. Overcoming Operations Challenges For Direct Potable Reuse
    3/20/2017

    The Water Environment & Reuse Foundation introduces a “bundle of research” to help direct potable reuse and its practitioners reach full potential.

  4. Understanding Big Data In The Water Industry
    3/20/2017

    If you feel like you have too much data but not enough understandable or usable information, fine-tuning data collection and funneling it into an integrated data management system may be the way to become more proactive and make better decisions.

  5. Generating Great Chemistry Between Operators And Chlorine Dioxide
    3/13/2017

    The use of chemicals has long been a crucial aspect of the water treatment process, dating all the way back to the ancient Egyptians. We’ve come a long way since, with chemical feed systems and generators representing the latest step in our progress. And even these are getting more precise and easier to use all the time.

  6. Get Fast, Accurate, Field-Based Test Results For Real-Time Process Optimization
    3/6/2017

    Many industries use laboratory analyses to help with process control and regulatory compliance. However, process operators often need real-time results to make adjustments. Mobile testing methods are critical for troubleshooting problems and optimizing performance.

  7. California And Potable Reuse’s Sustainable Momentum
    3/2/2017

    A new recycled water project in California is moving forward with plans to bolster the local drinking water supply.

  8. 9 Water Technologies Ready For Liftoff
    2/23/2017

    The Global Cleantech 100 identifies nine innovative water/wastewater technologies set to make significant market impact in the next decade.

  9. What To Take Away From The CCL 4
    2/9/2017

    The U.S. EPA’s latest roster of concerning drinking water contaminants offers clues into what may be threatening consumers and the regulations that come next.

  10. Changing Membranes And The Future Of Water
    2/7/2017

    A new fellowship has been awarded to students researching the latest advances in membrane technology and, perhaps, changing the future of water.