Drinking Water Treatment News

  1. Evoqua’s Neptune-Benson Named Official Water Quality Sponsor Of USA Swimming

    Evoqua Water Technologies Corp.,an industry leader in mission-critical water treatment solutions, recently announced that Neptune-Benson will become the Official Water Quality Sponsor of USA Swimming, the national governing body for the sport of swimming in the U.S., through 2020.

  2. New Promega Water-Glo System Combines ATP Detection And Bioluminescence Technologies For Quick, Highly Sensitive Water Quality Testing

    Promega Corporation’s new Water-Glo System offers water plant operators a rapid, highly sensitive and flexible measurement tool for monitoring microbial contamination in freshwater, process water, seawater or wastewater samples.

  3. AMTA Seeks New Executive Director

    American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) is seeking an Executive Director (ED) to lead the organization starting in October 2019. The current ED, Harold Fravel, has served in this capacity for seven years and is retiring at the end of 2019.

  4. Aspen Water Presents OriginClear Products In Middle East

    OriginClear Inc., a leading provider of water treatment solutions, reported today that Dallas-based Aspen Water Inc., (www.aspenwater.com), a global leader in rapid-deployment water treatment systems, is currently presenting OriginClear products under its own brand at trade shows in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Baghdad, which began in February and will wrap up during March.

  5. Scientists At ESS, Swedish Water Research, ORNL Use VISION To Look At Common Contaminant For Cleaner Water Applications

    Water filtration is essential to maintaining public health. The ability to see how persistent contaminants like harmful bacteria, micropollutants, and microplastics behave at the atomic scale can enable engineers to make improved filters for more effective water treatment methods.

  6. Chlorine Mishap Sends 50 Water Treatment Workers To Hospital

    A rare incident at an Alabama drinking water treatment plant had scary results for workers last week.

  7. Research Team Develops Printable Water Sensors

    A Spanish-Israeli research team has developed a printable material that can be used as a versatile and robust water detector. The polymer-based fabric is inexpensive, flexible and non-toxic and changes color from violet to blue in the presence of small amounts of water.

  8. CycloPure Supercharges DEXSORB For PFOA And PFOS Removal

    CycloPure, Inc., a leading innovator in water purification technologies, recently announced DEXSORB+, a major advance in PFAS removal technology.

  9. OCWD Is The First Public Agency Lab In California To Receive Certification For PFOA And PFOS Detection

    Orange County Water District’s (OCWD’s) Philip L. Anthony Water Quality Laboratory is the first public agency laboratory in California to achieve state certification to analyze for per- and polyfluoralkly substances (PFAS) in drinking water.

  10. Cimbria Consulting Partners With KETOS To Promote Smart Water Monitoring Solutions

    Cimbria Consulting recently announced their partnership with KETOS Inc., a predictive data analytics company specialized in water management, to accelerate KETOS' market and brand advancement.