Wastewater Contaminant Removal Videos

  1. Grit Removal System Design — How To Design An Effective System
    3/13/2017

    There are important tips to consider when designing grit removal systems, especially when different kinds of vortex systems are being considered. Baffled, flat-floor chambers, stacked-tray grit systems and sloped-floor, mechanically-induced vortex systems (MIVs) each have different nuances for sizing related to flow and the influent grit profile. The following short video shares two important tips to know in just two minutes.

  2. Unpredictable Septage Conquered. Effective Offload Of Trucks Maintained.
    2/21/2017

    With a septage receiving station, you never know what you’re going to get. The Emerald Coast Utility Authority in Pensacola, Florida needed a solution that could handle rocks, debris, grease and other unusual objects the septage might contain. The Huber Technology RoFAS system totally met ECUA’s expectation for reliable operation; handling anything that was brought into the system.

  3. Watch CoMag® System Deliver Rapid and Reliable Floc Settling
    11/22/2016

    The CoMag® system from Evoqua improves chemical flocculation treatment in wastewater and drinking water applications by using magnetite (an iron ore) to ballast chemical floc, resulting in rapid, reliable and enhanced settling and clarification. The CoMag system settles floc up to 30 times faster than conventional treatments, which reduces plant investment costs by enabling greater treatment capacity in smaller or existing tanks.

  4. The Groundwater Replenishment System In Orange County, California (Video)
    11/17/2016

    The Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) in Orange County, California is the largest indirect potable reuse project of its kind in the world. Our TrojanUVPhox™ plays an important role in the facility's treatment train.

  5. Electrocoagulation: An Alternative Wastewater Treatment Solution
    11/2/2016

    Electrocoagulation is an alternative treatment process to the more traditional chemical and biological processes familiar to wastewater treatment professionals. As Doug Herber, Vice President of Water Treatment Technology for BakerCorp, explains to Kevin Westerling in this Water Online exclusive video, the electrocoagulation process requires less sludge than chemical and is less sensitive to changes that adversely affect biological systems.

  6. The Application Of UV In Reuse (Video)
    11/1/2016

    Water reuse is being adopted in the US as industry and communities recognize the need for a steady and sustainable water source for their future. In this Water Online video, Adam Festger, Market Manager for Trojan Technologies, discusses the Orange County groundwater replenishment system and other recent water reuse projects that Trojan UV has been involved in.

  7. De Nora Invests In Core Water Treatment Technologies
    10/29/2016

    Gary Lohse, Regional Sales Manager for De Nora Water Technologies, provides Bill King with a tour of the Company’s WEFTEC 16 booth and explains some of the product enhancements and initiatives that the new company has made since acquiring Severn Trent’s water treatment business last year.

  8. Calgon Carbon Activated Carbon Video
    8/3/2016

    As a leading manufacturer of activated carbon, with broad capabilities in ultraviolet light disinfection, Calgon Carbon provides purification solutions for drinking water, wastewater, pollution abatement, and a variety of industrial and commercial manufacturing processes. This animation takes you through the process of manufacturing activated carbon.

  9. Calgon Carbon Reactivation Video
    8/1/2016

    After an activated carbon’s adsorptive capacity has been exhausted, it can be returned to Calgon Carbon for thermal reactivation. With high temperature reactivation followed by off-gas treatment, the adsorbed organic compounds are destroyed and reactivated carbon can be safely and cost-effectively recycled back to facilities for continued use.

  10. ClorTec On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generators
    5/26/2016

    On-site sodium hypochlorite generation is a proven, cost-effective, reliable and safe alternative disinfection treatment method. On-site generated sodium hypochlorite is stable and easy to feed, and less chlorine is lost to the atmosphere because of better mixing and retention in the treated water.