Wastewater Contaminant Removal Podcasts

  1. The Case For Decentralized Wastewater Treatment

    Is on-site wastewater treatment the wave of the future? Two representatives from Infiltrator Water Technologies discuss the benefits.

  2. The Growth Of A Carbon Company

    Jacobi Carbons Inc., the largest worldwide manufacturer of coconut shell activated carbon, will be celebrating it’s 100th birthday in 2016.

  3. UVT-LED Sheds Light On UV Disinfection

    Learn why measuring UV transmittance is so important to efficient disinfection, and how LED helps get you there.

  4. Membrane Systems For Dirty Water

    One of the leading water technology companies, Dow Water and Process Solutions, is pioneering ways to improve our water supply — by making the dirtiest waters clean again.

  5. An Alternative To Chlorine Disinfection

    Chlorine has been used to disinfect water and wastewater for more than a hundred years, and while chorine has been critical to ensure public safety, it does have some drawbacks. There is a risk of highly toxic emissions, and it also reacts with organic matter in water and wastewater and forms harmful disinfection byproducts.

  6. Clarification And Filtration In A Single Step

    Ken Krupa of Veolia describes the BIOSTYR DUO, a new technology that combines a biologically active filter (BAF) with a moving bed bioreactor (MBBR) to increase efficiency and reduce facility footprint.

  7. Harvesting Energy With Biogas Generation

    The opportunity exists for municipal wastewater treatment plants to generate significantly more energy than existing installed technology allows, not only allowing WWTPs to be net-zero but to be an energy resource for the community. 

  8. The Importance of Drought: Good for Business?

    Normally, when people hear the word ‘drought’ it’s thought of with a negative connotation. In the water business, however, that’s not always the case.

  9. Carbon Company Highlights Ion Exchange

    Activated carbon and ion exchange can be called two sides of the same coin. Where activated carbon purifies water by removing organic contaminants through an adsorption process, ion exchange removes contaminants under the surface via electrical charge.

  10. Innovative Solutions For Sludge Collection

    David Barrasse, Regional Sales Manager East Coast with Brentwood Industries, spoke to Water Online Radio about the latest benefits of Brentwood’s Polychem system and the innovations that keep it on top.