Latest Insights On Water & Wastewater Treatment For The Power Generation Industry

  1. Texas’ Evolving Energy Reality: Clean Energy Uses Less Water
    6/14/2016

    It’s been an interesting time for water in Texas. Beyond the incredibly wet and cool spring we’ve been having, Memorial Day saw the second year in a row of record-breaking floods.

  2. Holistic Energy-Water Planning: Hedging Your Bets In A Water-Stressed World
    4/22/2016

    You probably have some sort of insurance – for your healthcare, car, house, or apartment. Acting on climate change is also like insurance. It is all about managing the risks.

  3. Methods For Making Ultrapure Water
    4/19/2016

    To break down the treatment options here are three popular ultrapure treatment processes from leading technology suppliers.

  4. Power Resiliency Tips For Water And Wastewater Utilities
    3/16/2016

    Are you prepared to keep services up and running if the grid goes down?

  5. Global Crisis And Modern Solutions At The Water-Energy Nexus
    2/18/2016

    GE Water & Process Technologies and the World Resources Institute (WRI), an independent research organization studying sustainability, jointly produced a white paper called “Water-Energy Nexus: Business Risks and Rewards.” The paper hones in on the shared interest of the two groups, namely the supply of freshwater counted on by the energy industry, which in turn fuels water treatment operations, a relationship that’s known as the “water-energy nexus.”

  6. Saving Texas’ Water Through Smart Energy Choices In 2016
    1/19/2016

    2015 proved to be another weird weather year around the country, especially for Texas. 80 degrees and dry in Austin on Christmas Day, spring wildflowers in bloom, and kids playing outside in shorts — a surprise ending to a wild ride of drought followed by devastating floods followed by drought and then more floods.

  7. Selenium Removal Technologies: A Review
    1/15/2016

    Selenium, a contaminant of concern in industries such as mining, oil refining, and power generation, is removed from wastewater principally through either biological or chemical/physical processes. This article will describe those technologies, several technology providers, and other sources of information.

  8. Compliance Tips For EPA’s New Power Plant Regulations
    11/10/2015

    Now that the final rule has been published in the Federal Register, the stage is set for official implementation of the U.S. EPA’s Steam Electric Power Generating Effluent Guidelines on Jan. 4, 2016.

  9. The Long Journey Of An Energy-Water Bill In Texas
    7/6/2015

    Being an environmental advocate in Texas may seem like an uphill battle, and I make no bones about the fact it most certainly is.

  10. Straight Talk On Radiation
    6/22/2015

    From time-to-time I write on topics that are related to water and wastewater as a "backgrounder" so that those involved in the field can gain a wider perspective and have available to them a cogent explanation minus jargon on various topics. By Dr. J.H. Wakefield