Wastewater Treatment News

  1. Request For Proposals For Onsite Non-Potable Water Systems Project

    The Water Research Foundation is seeking proposals for research entitled Development of a Design, Operations, and Regulations Guidance Manual and Training Materials for Onsite Non-Potable Water Systems (#4909).

  2. Research Contracts Awarded For Water Reuse Projects By The Water Research Foundation

    The Water Research Foundation recently awarded contracts for three water reuse projects: Evaluating Economic and Environmental Benefits of Water Reuse for Agriculture (Reuse-16-06), FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule: Opportunities and Impacts on Potential Water Reuse for Agricultural Irrigation (Reuse-16-07), and Demonstrating Real-Time Collection System Monitoring as Part of Enhanced Source Control for Potable Reuse (WRF-17-30).

  3. California To Add Recycled Water To Reservoirs

    California regulators approved new measures last week allowing treated recycled wastewater in state reservoirs.

  4. Mintek To Showcase Mining Waste Treatment Process Technology

    Following years of research and development in intelligent process solutions for solid and liquid mine effluent, Mintek will, on 14, 15 and 16 March 2018, host a technology demonstration to showcase technologies at the Mintek Technology Demonstration site in Randfontein.

  5. Toilet-To-Tap: Gross To Think About, But How Does It Taste

    Researchers at the University of California, Riverside, recently published a study of recycled wastewater that did not focus on its safety-which has long been established-but rather its taste.

  6. IDE Technologies Opening Two Wastewater Reuse Demo Facilities In California

    IDE Technologies, a world leader in water treatment solutions, today announced that its technology will be used in two new wastewater reuse demo facilities in California: The Central Coast Blue Advanced Water Purification Demo Facility, in partnership with the City of Pismo Beach, and the Regional Recycled Water Advanced Purification Center Demo Facility, in partnership with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County.

  7. Stillwater, Okla., Company Among Recipients Of EPA Funding For Small Companies

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced $1.8M in funding for six small businesses to develop technologies that provide solutions for environmental issues.

  8. KROHNE Introduces FLEXMAG 4050C Electromagnetic Flow Meter

    Peabody, MA: KROHNE, Inc. announces the FLEXMAG 4050 C, the first electromagnetic flowmeter with biocompatible disposable flow tube specifically developed for single use biopharmaceutical applications, including filtration processes, chromatography, or buffer and media preparation.

  9. Evoqua Acquires Pacific Ozone Technology, Inc. To Expand Industrial Disinfection Treatment Solutions

    Evoqua Water Technologies Corp., recently announced it has acquired privately held Pacific Ozone Technology, Inc., a leading manufacturer of advanced ozone disinfection systems, testing products and support services for a wide range of industrial applications.

  10. Seven Colleges Earn $10,000 Grants To Research Conservation Technologies, Programs Through World Water Forum

    Seven California colleges and universities have been selected to receive grants to fund proposals to develop new water conservation and supply technologies in support of a more sustainable water future, as part of the 2018 Southern California World Water Forum.