Wastewater Disinfection Podcasts

  1. Making Aftermarket Service And Support Work For Water And Wastewater Treatment Plants
    11/11/2015

    As municipalities look to make their water and wastewater treatment equipment run longer with fewer operational staff on payroll to maintain the equipment, having a reliable aftermarket parts and service provider becomes essential.

  2. UVT-LED Sheds Light On UV Disinfection
    10/28/2015

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

  3. An Alternative To Chlorine Disinfection
    10/22/2015

    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.

  4. The Importance of Drought: Good for Business?
    6/26/2015

    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.

  5. Bio-Augmentation: Adding Bacteria To Wastewater Treatment Plants
    11/13/2014

    Novozymes is the world’s largest industrial biotech company. The largest segment of the company deals with enzyme products, and they innovate products and develop applications in a variety of industries including first and second generation biofuels, bio-agriculture, detergents, and wastewater applications.

  6. Ozone: An Emerging Star For Disinfection
    11/12/2014

    There are many places around the country where water shortage is a big issue. Water is the most precious resource we have, and in light of the shortage, people have started trying to investigate creative ways of ‘what’s my next water resource,’ Chris Milligan, vice president, director of engineering with BlueInGreen, told Water Online Radio in an interview.

  7. UV Disinfection With LEDs
    11/10/2014

    UV LEDs offer the chemical free disinfection of traditional UV while avoiding mercury lamps. In certain applications where customers are concerned about the potential hazards of mercury contamination in the water from a broken lamp, UV LEDs are interesting because they don’t contain any mercury content at all.

  8. How Do You Disinfect? Electrolysis Offers Alternative To Chlorine
    11/4/2014

    Though the company has only been around about a decade, MIOX is making a notable impression on the water and wastewater treatment industry.

  9. The Evolution Of Low-Energy UV Disinfection
    8/13/2014

    Conventional ultraviolet (UV) disinfection is a great, but often expensive, solution for the destruction of pathogens in drinking water. All those lamps and power emissions add up. But what if you could perform the same job with 1/10 of the power used by conventional systems?

  10. Peristaltic Vs. Diaphragm Pumps
    7/29/2014

    Bill McDowell of Blue-White Industries, a supplier of chemical metering pumps and flow meters, recently sat down with Water Online Radio and explained the difference between peristaltic pumps and diaphragm pumps.