Latest Industrial Insights

  1. El Paso Electric Should Protect The City’s Water And Let Solar Power Shine
    7/27/2017

    Resiliency is a hot button word right now. Ten years ago, advocates focused on “adaptation,” or the idea of adapting to the coming effects of climate change. Now the focus is on “resiliency,” the ability to bounce forward — not backward — when something disastrous happens.

  2. High-Capacity Filtration Plus Ultraviolet Disinfection For Cooling Towers Means More “Uptime” For Server Farms
    7/26/2017

    Most of us use computers or smartphones on a daily basis. But we usually don’t know what goes on behind the scenes — the technology that allows us to use cloud computing or even Google search. And we certainly aren’t aware of the infrastructure needed to support that technology — like cooling towers.

  3. Industrial Wastewater Treatment Options For Inorganic Contaminants
    7/10/2017

    With a plethora of contaminants deriving from a multitude of sources and a variety of treatment solutions to choose from, the topic of industrial wastewater can get complex fast. This overview provides clarity.

  4. Overcoming The Barriers To On-Site Treatment And Reuse
    7/10/2017

    The path to on-site non-potable water reuse has been beset by roadblocks, but a new initiative is removing them to clear the way for more efficient water management.

  5. CEO One-On-One: Key Industrial Market Trends
    7/7/2017

    As CEO of Nijhuis Industries, Menno Holterman has the opportunity to experience water challenges across the globe. Nijhuis, founded in 1904 and headquartered in the Netherlands, provides consultancy, design & build, maintenance, and operational services for industrial and municipal wastewater projects on every continent.

  6. Report Identifies Ways To Reduce Water Contamination From Oil And Gas Development In Texas
    6/21/2017

    A new report from the Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas (TAMEST) is shedding more light on what we know and don’t know about the potential health and environmental impacts caused by oil and gas development in Texas.

  7. How Natural Light Can Separate Oil From Wastewater
    6/8/2017

    Researchers at MIT have developed a system that uses visible light to treat produced water, a potential economic and environmental savior for the oil and gas industry.

  8. Fixing The EPA's Clean Water Problem
    5/3/2017

    A chasm in the Clean Water Act, coupled with EPA’s misguided direction, create an environmental suing spree that threatens to cost everyone that pays a sewer bill $100 billion and more — for pollution you didn’t cause, using remedies that don’t work. There’s a way to turn this around and help the taxpayer and the environment, based on lessons learned in Iowa and Idaho.

  9. New Report Offers Long-Awaited Answers About Reusing Oil And Gas Industry’s Wastewater
    5/2/2017

    A new report from the Oklahoma Water Resources Board’s Produced Water Working Group indicates that oil and gas companies looking for ways to dispose of large volumes of wastewater should focus on recycling those liquids within the oil and gas fields, and not use it for irrigation or other surface applications where human and environmental exposure is a risk.

  10. Thirsty For Change? 4 Ways To Improve Corporate Water Targets
    4/26/2017

    Water-related business risks are becoming more and more apparent. According to CDP’s 2016 global water report, 607 companies lost $14 billion last year alone due to water scarcity, drought, flood and other water risks.