Wastewater Contaminant Removal Videos

  1. DE NORA TETRA: Trusted Filtration Technologies
    8/6/2018

    De Nora brings a long history of innovation to familiar water treatment technologies like DE NORA TETRA filtration products. For more than 55 years, De Nora has been providing filtration process expertise and global innovation with DE NORA TETRATM Denite® denitrification systems, DeepBed™ tertiary AWT filters, underdrains for water and wastewater treatment, and submerged aerated biological filters.

  2. Brackish Water Desalination Plant Draws Rave Reviews
    5/4/2018

    Construction took just five months for this ecologically-friendly municipal desalination plant, designed to treat brackish water with high nitrate levels. Watch as the plant manager speaks about the advantages this system has provided.

  3. Grit & Grease: Video
    2/3/2018

    Schreiber’s grit and grease removal system removes both grit and grease in a common structure. Two parallel rectangular concrete channels combine to separate and collect grit and grease: one to settle grit particles for removal, and the other to collect grease using Schreiber’s patented air-skimming technology. The system meets the specific flow requirements of each facility and handles large fluctuations in flow. The typical detention time at the design peak flow is five minutes.

  4. Electrocoagulation For 'Untreatable' Water
    10/24/2017

    Whatever the setting, and however contaminated your water, BakerCorp has a solution. That's the message shared by Mehrzad Emanuel (Vice President, Filtration), Doug Herber (Vice President, Water Treatment Technology), and Bruce Lesikar (Director of Engineering) in this video presentation from WEFTEC, where they discuss BakerCorp's electrocoagulation technology and its mobile treatment platform with Water Online Chief Editor Kevin Westerling.

  5. The ozonia Innovation Labs Have Set The New Standard For Ozone Technology
    9/14/2017

    The newest family in the SUEZ ozone range, the ozonia® M includes all the latest developments from the ozonia® innovation labs. Ozonia® IGS+ dielectric technology provides even lower energy consumption and increased ozone production capacity up to 25 kg/h resulting in a lower cost per kg of ozone. The new ozonia® smartO3™ automation platform adds a suite of advanced features designed to optimize system performance and reduce operation costs. Finally, an innovative design provides improved resistance to environmental conditions in a more compact footprint.

  6. Welcome To The Power Of Clarity
    9/5/2017

    Hach's breakthrough suite of software and connected instruments turns data into powerful operational insights. Watch this short video to see how Hach simplifies the complexities and brings clarity to water management.

  7. Fine Screens Protect Big Investment For North Las Vegas
    4/26/2017

    The City of North Las Vegas’s treatment facility is a membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant that was brand new when Huber’s rotary fine screens were implemented as part of its new advanced treatment and reclamation process. The facility uses smart technology that enables 24-7 processing with 14 of its operational hours every day unmanned. Huber’s advanced fine screening technology plays a key role in this impressive and innovative technology lineup.  

  8. GDT Contacting Process… Transferring Ozone Into Solution Faster
    4/26/2017

    In the GDT™ process, high efficiency Mazzei® injectors aspirate ozone gas providing dynamic mixing and mass transfer. Dissolution is enhanced in a Flash Reactor™, sized for each application on the basis of feed gas concentration, operating pressure, reaction rates and desired transfer efficiency. After leaving the Flash Reactor, the contacted two-phase flow then travels to the patented degas separator (DS) and degas relief valve for additional mixing and entrained gas removal. And finally, the MTM Mixing Nozzles force dissolved ozone flow into the untreated water in the pipeline or basin for thorough mixing.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.