Featured Articles

  1. Chloramine (Mono) For Water And Wastewater

    Chloramination disinfection is the practice of forming inorganic chloramines in water to reduce microbial concentrations to within acceptable limits. The chloramines form when chlorine and ammonia are combined in water.

  2. Alkalinity For Water, Wastewater And Seawater

    Alkalinity is a measure of the capacity of water to neutralize acids. Alkalinity of water is due primarily to the presence of bicarbonate, carbonate, and hydroxide ions.

  3. Organic Carbon, Total For Water And Wastewater

    Total Organic Carbon (TOC) testing is important in drinking water treatment as an indicator of potential disinfection by-product formation.

  4. Nitrogen, Ammonia For Water, Wastewater, And Seawater

    Ammonia is a product of the microbiological decay of animal and plant protein. It can be directly reused by plants to produce protein.

  5. Manganese For Water And Wastewater

    Manganese is present in ground waters primarily as the divalent ion (Mn2+), due to the lack of subsurface oxygen.

  6. How Cloud-Based Technology Is Changing The Wastewater Flow Monitoring Industry

    Kevin Marsh, Vice President of Flow Sales at Hach, explains how the latest advancements in mobile technology allow customers to measure data such as speed and depth of sewage flow from a remote location, allowing for increased insight and reduced capital expenses.