Drinking Water Treatment News

  1. New Water Velocity Sensor Is Built For Reliability

    OTT Hydromet has launched a new non-contact surface velocity radar (SVR) sensor that dramatically improves the simplicity and reliability of stream, river and open channel measurements.

  2. Hach And Veolia Announce A Three-Year Partnership Agreement To Establish Hach As A Primary Supplier Of Water Analysis Solutions For Veolia Customers

    Hach and Veolia announced a three-year partnership agreement recently, establishing Hach as a primary supplier of water analysis solutions for Veolia’s water operations.

  3. USBR Demonstrates Zero Liquid Discharge: Making Clean Water And Salt

    The United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) engaged Saltworks Technologies to demonstrate the zero liquid discharge SaltMaker at a US location. Zero liquid discharge involves treating 100% of the water flow to only produce two outputs: clean water and all contaminants reduced to a solid, which is salt in this case.

  4. Precision Flow Meter Optimizes Air Flow Control For Operation Of Industrial Blowers And Dryers

    Engineers responsible for the efficient operation of industrial air blowers and dryers used in raw materials production will find the ST50 Mass Flow Meter Series from Fluid Components International (FCI) provides precision measurement of air to increase the efficiency of their systems.

  5. H2O Innovation: Piedmont Obtains Its ISO 9001:2015 Certification & Positions Itself Strategically On The International Desalination Market

    H2O Innovation Inc. (“H2O Innovation” or the “Corporation”) is proud to announce it recently obtained its ISO 9001:2015 certification, ensuring quality management, from design to manufacturing, of all its products and components for water treatment systems.

  6. Channel Mixers For Municipalities, Komax On A Large Scale

    The treatment of raw water entering a Water Treatment Plant through a rectangular channel can seem like a daunting task with an added problem of low allowable pressure drop, injection of chemicals, and the desired homogenous blend of output downstream.

  7. EPA Identifies Inconsistencies In Florida Water Tests

    A memo from Florida water regulators indicates that officials in the state may not be testing drinking water quality correctly, according to a new report.

  8. Administrator Pruitt Kicks Off National Leadership Summit On PFAS

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt opened the National Leadership Summit on per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) by announcing concrete steps the Agency plans to take following the Summit.

  9. Water Treatment First As Scottish Water Trials Nyex

    Scottish Water is set to undertake the world’s first long-term trial of Arvia’s Nyex treatment system on drinking water at a specially established pilot plant in West Lothian. The trial, which will run separately to the existing water treatment works at Pateshill, will assess the effectiveness of the system in removing organic material from raw water.

  10. UVA Engineers Quadruple Performance Of Their Water Purification Tablet

    ceramic water purification tablet developed at the University of Virginia and used by tens of thousands of people in 40 countries is now four times better than before, thanks to recent innovations in its manufacturing process developed through research at UVA.