More Regulations and Legislation Features

  1. Solving A Taste and Odor Problem Step By Step (Article)
    5/22/2014

    The City of Alliance Ohio’s water system has experienced annual Taste and Odor (T&O) events since the mid 1950’s, when the first of two reservoirs, Deer Creek Reservoir, was placed into service. Nutrient contaminants, in particular phosphorous, in the watershed accumulate in the reservoirs causing algal blooms. By Terry Keep of TrojanUV, Said Abou Abdallah of Arcadis, and Dr. Dean Reynolds, Department of Water Treatment City of Alliance, Ohio

  2. Z-92® Uranium Treatment Process - City Of Lawrenceville, Georgia Case Study
    8/9/2012

    This uranium removal pilot study was conducted for the City of Lawrenceville, GA at their Ezzard Road Well No. 3 treatment facility. The City of Lawrenceville's water system contains concentrations of uranium and gross alpha that are in excess of the maximum contaminant levels (MCL).

  3. Municipal Water District Goes All-In With Ignition
    12/27/2017

    For a 24-hour-a-day, seven-day-a-week water and waste water management operation, having a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system is a must. A SCADA system should make workers’ jobs easier, but if it’s not working properly, or it’s unable to keep up as the enterprise expands and upgrades its processes, it becomes a hassle to deal with.

  4. Condenser Restoration At Exelon’s Schuylkill Station
    1/26/2012

    CTI Industries was contacted to consider installing our Full Length Tube Liners into the Main Condenser at Exelon’s Schuylkill Station in Philadelphia, PA. The condenser at the Exelon Schuylkill Station is an older vintage CH Wheeler, two pass divided water box configuration with 16,500 tubes. By Kevin Shugrue, CTI Industries

  5. Microbial Contamination Monitoring For Water Distribution Systems
    7/5/2017

    Back in 2014, Louisiana’s Department of Health and Hospitals wrote an executive order for municipalities to boost their chlorine residuals as high as possible to burn off all biofilm and stop the outbreak of brain-eating amoeba (Naegleria fowleri) that had been detected as the cause of death in a number of individuals.

  6. Dissolved Air Flotation Pretreatment Washes Away Waco’s Foul T&O Problem
    4/18/2013

    During the hot and dusty summers just a few years ago, many thirsty residents of Waco, TX, were reluctant to slake their thirst with the city’s water.

  7. Two Products Combine To Provide An Enhanced Nutrient Removal Advantage To Protect Our Waterways
    3/23/2018

    Cherokee County, GA, conducted an extensive on-site pilot evaluation of several available process options and technologies, including various plate settler designs. Read the full case study to learn how enhanced nutrient removal (ENR) integrated design continues to deliver water quality of <0.1 mg/L Ammonia, <0.07 mg/L Phosphorus and <0.5 NTU. Not only does the WWTP consistently meet EPA direct discharge limits on BOD, Total Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Turbidity, but these final effluent values readily exceed surface water discharge permits levels.

  8. Cleanrooms Call For Specialized Computers
    11/9/2012

    Lonza is global leader in the production and support of active pharmaceutical ingredients. Since 1897, Lonza of Switzerland has built its reputation on extensive high quality products, groundbreaking research, innovative services and steadfast traditions.

  9. City Validates Innovative Reuse Treatment Options Without RO
    3/13/2017

    Hollywood, Florida’s 55.5 MGD Southern Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (SRWWTP) treats wastewater from Hollywood and six neighboring municipalities in the southern region of Broward County. Florida’s outfall rule requires the city to begin a process to largely eliminate the use of its ocean outfall and implement 20.4 MGD of additional reuse on an annual basis.

  10. Mountain Regional Water District Deploys Next Generation On-Site Hypochlorite And Tank Mixing Technology To Meet Expanding Water Management Needs
    8/15/2016

    The Mountain Regional Water District is a Special Service District of the county that was established by the Summit County Commission in 2000 to regionalize water service by consolidating several public and private water companies.