Water Industry Features

  1. WOTUS Appears Vulnerable To Trump Repeal

    On his way out of office, Barack Obama made a final effort to bolster the Waters of the United States rule (WOTUS), which has drawn controversy since it was issued in 2015.

  2. Leverage Operator Training For More Efficient Water Analysis

    Fine-tuning for best performance at water treatment plants (WTPs) and wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) requires versatile and accurate instrumentation to monitor and respond to changing conditions. Getting the most out of those meters, gauges, and analyzers requires knowledgeable operators. That is why instrumentation decisions should be made not only on feature-rich technologies and quality performance, but also on the documented support and training that will enable staff to maximize the value of the investment.

  3. Greenhouse Gas Flow Monitoring

    Last year the EPA implemented new regulations entitled “Mandatory Reporting of Greenhouse Gases.” The new regulations called for certain facilities emitting 25,000 metric tons or more per year of specified GHG’s to provide an annual report of their actual GHG emissions. 

  4. A Pumping Primer — Considerations For Prime-Assisted Wastewater Pump Stations

    Prime-assisted wastewater pump stations that house all mechanical and electrical components above-grade are a safe and cost-saving alternative to traditional or chopper submersibles, addressing confined space restrictions and improving operating efficiency and reliability.

  5. X3735 Series X-Ray Inspection System Datasheet

    The X3735 x-ray system is a high detection sensitivity solution, with an integrated conveyor designed to inspect tall, rigid packaged products in a wide range of applications.

  6. A Swab Limit-Derived Scale For Assessing The Detectability Of Total Organic Carbon Analysis

    This article will discuss how the detection limit for analytical methods can be combined with cleaning validation swab limits to create a detectability scale. 

  7. The Secret To Customer Satisfaction

    It’s simply understood: When your partner is happy, chances are you feel good, too. The same holds true in the relationship between your employees and customers. Workers provide the best service when they’re satisfied and supported by their employers.

  8. Safety And Performance — The Keys To Water Management

    The key aspects to any process measurement and control of water is the quality and safety of the end product, in this case drinking water.  There are three important factors that contribute to the quality of the product.  Those factors are the performance of the measurement and control instrumentation, the long term reliability of the measurement and the inherent safety to the consumer.

  9. Tracking Chemical Use To Optimize Quality, While Saving Money

    What technology is available to monitor and optimize my plant operations?

  10. What Water Treatment Advancements Mean For Pharma

    Pharmaceutical water is key to the production of pharmaceutical drug products, and there have been a number of technological advancements in high-purity pharmaceutical-grade water.