Drinking Water Treatment News

  1. Texas Water Treatment Plant Resolves Severe Cyanobacteria Outbreak

    Summer is peak cyanobacteria season for water treatment plants. This means taste and odor complaints. Controlling taste and odor problems while keeping costs under control can be difficult. A South Texas water treatment plant found a way to do both.

  2. Dow Water Solutions’ Technology Toolbox On Display At ECWATECH 2018

    Dow Water Solutions, a global leader in sustainable separation and water purification technology, will be showcasing its latest technical developments at ECWATECH 2018, taking place at the Crocus Expo in Moscow this September.

  3. Endress+Hauser Releases Proline Promass A - Highest Accuracy For The Lowest Flow Rates

    In many applications within the process, food and life sciences industries, the smallest amounts of a substance must be measured and added with a high degree of accuracy – whether in piping or in chemical reactors.

  4. Amid Contamination Crisis, PFAS Experts Are In Demand

    Pennsylvania is having trouble finding an in-house toxicologist to set standards for perfluorinated compounds.

  5. Congressman Dan Kildee Visits Local Water Treatment Technology Company In Saginaw

    Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-05) recently visited the Duperon Corporation office and toured the company's manufacturing facility in Saginaw.

  6. Scientists Back N.C.’s GenX Health Goal

    North Carolina has taken a step forward in setting limits on GenX, an industrial contaminant that has been found in drinking water in the state.

  7. Monitoring Compressed Air In Packaging Machinery With FS10i Flow Switch/Monitor Lowers Energy Costs

    Machinery manufacturers and plant engineers relying on the pneumatic control of automated assembly lines and end-to-end packaging equipment can reduce their operational compressed air energy costs significantly with the highly repeatable and dependable FS10i Flow Switch Monitor from Fluid Components International (FCI).

  8. Michigan’s Top Health Official To Stand Trial For Flint Deaths

    A judge issued a decision on August 20 that Michigan’s top public health official must stand trial for the death of two men in connection with the Flint water crisis.

  9. Compact ST75 Gas Flow Meter Accurately Measures Dosing, Injection & Other Applications

    Engineers in a wide range of industries responsible for gas dosing and gas injection in small line batch and continuous processes will find the versatile ST75 Series Air/Gas Flow Meter fromFluid Components International (FCI) is the ideal flow measurement solution that provides excellent accuracy in tight, crowded equipment areas.

  10. Costs Challenge Drinking Water Plans In Small Communities

    A tiny town in Minnesota is facing severe nitrate contamination of drinking water.