Wastewater Treatment Case Studies and White Papers

  1. FrankenSpec - How Projects Can Go Awry

    Collectively in the municipal wastewater treatment industry there exists a tremendous knowledge base. Among those who are actively engaging in the trade, a resource of innovative skill sets is potentially accessible through many of the individuals’ experiences and discoveries. The challenge is: How can these people work together effectively to benefit from this state-of-the-art resource?

  2. Case Study: Ambitious Water Quality Study Could Guide Development For Years
    The City of Kissimmee, Fla., has embarked on an ambitious water quality study that could provide a road map for development in the fast-growing tourist mecca – and save millions of dollars as the city begins to comply with water quality regulations
  3. Headworks Bar Screens Solve Reweaving Problems At East Greenbush, NY Pump Station - And More!

    In the late 1620s, the Dutch immigrants to what was later to become the United States began a settlement on the shores of the Hudson River with a fort being built in 1669. That development has grown into what is now East Greenbush, NY, a small town in upstate New York in the suburbs of Albany, the state Capitol.

  4. A Guide To Eliminating Pipe Breaks

    Call it what you want, but a busted pipe spells nothing but T-R-O-U-B-L-E.

  5. Z-88® Radium Treatment Process - City Of New Underwood, South Dakota Case Study

    This radium removal pilot study was conducted for the City of New Underwood, South Dakota. New Underwood’s water system contains concentrations of radium and gross alpha in excess of the Maximum Contaminant Levels (MCL).

  6. Passive Filter - Sustainable BMP For Permanent Stormwater Treatment Of Heavy Metals, Nutrients, Hydrocarbons And Sediment
    Passive filtration provides a sustainable alternative to classical drainage concepts for source control of hydrocarbons, heavy metals and nutrients that endanger our water bodies. By Royal Environmental Systems, Inc.
  7. An Energy System For Power Generation Relies On Quality Monitoring Instruments From Siemens

    A U.S. company develops energy technologies that are environmentally sustainable and provides their customers with the ability to use their energy sources in a more practical and cost-effective manner.

  8. Big Steps In Plant Upgrade By Howard County Maryland Set The Pace For Restoring Chesapeake Bay Ecosystem

    A $92-million expansion completed earlier this year (2012) at the Little Patuxent Water Reclamation Plant (LPWRP) in Savage, MD, presents a model integration of bellwether aeration, disinfection and enhanced nutrient removal (ENR) systems added in tandem with other infrastructure upgrades, that have significantly improved the plant’s effluent and reduced harmful nutrients from reaching Chesapeake Bay.

  9. Wastewater Facility In Missouri Tackles Foul Wastewater Treatment Odors Safely And Effectively

    Serving nearly 16,000 customers, a large-scale wastewater treatment facility in Missouri manages a complex sewer system, and has to contend with regional growth where more residential houses and commercial facilities have been built close to the facility. As a result, foul odor complaints from neighbors continue to increase, and the local town council found itself in need of fully addressing this issue.

  10. Cyanide Analysis Of Wastewater Samples From FCC And Hydrocracking Operations

    Fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) is a major unit operation in refineries around the world. FCC is used to convert lowvalue, high molecular weight feedstocks such as shale oil, tar sands oil, and coker gas oils into lighter, high-value products by “cracking” C-C bonds.