Water and Wastewater Solutions For Industry

  1. Level Measurement Of Corrosive Materials With New Radar Antenna
    11/23/2015

    A midstream gathering and processing gas company in the Southern United States processes, treats, and compresses natural gas from a formation rich in hydrocarbons, liquids, hydrogen sulfide, nitrogen, and CO2.

  2. Hydraulic Fracturing And The EPA Water Study: Where Do We Go From Here?
    8/3/2015

    It’s been two months since EPA released its much anticipated draft report on hydraulic fracturing, and organizations like ours are busy preparing their official comments, which are due at the end of August. But based on what we have learned so far and what has been written in the media, it’s important to spend some time on what the report said — and didn’t say — and what it all means.

  3. What Is The Connection Between Reclaimed Water, Agriculture, And Filtration?
    1/29/2018

    The case for using reclaimed water is strong. Water has become an increasingly valuable (and often rare) resource, and every drop counts. As potable water sources become harder to find and access, people are moving to alternative sources such as non-potable fresh water, brackish sources, or reclaiming treated effluent rather than disposing of it.

  4. Biological Water Treatment: Only The Best Instruments Are Good Enough
    2/28/2017

    Vallviks Bruk AB, located about 200 km (125 miles) north of Stockholm, produces softwood kraft pulp and chemical pulp for export. Some years ago, increased environmental requirements led to a major investment in a biological treatment plant. Read the full case study to learn why ABB instrumentation was an obvious choice when the Swedish pulp producer Vallviks Bruk AB built a new plant for biological water treatment.

  5. Total Systems Approach To Wastewater Treatment
    6/15/2015

    The total systems approach (TSA) to wastewater treatment is focused on offering industrial clients a fully integrated wastewater solution — one that includes all pieces of the puzzle, rather than simply a set of uncoordinated components and systems.

  6. True Corporate Value: How Water Can Affect Shareholder Value
    10/1/2015

    In keeping with the post-Stockholm World Water Week takeaway themes, none was more prevalent than the vital role that the private sector — namely, businesses large and small — must play in the collective pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals.

  7. Using UVC LEDs To Develop Cost-Effective, Measurement-Specific Water Quality Sensors
    10/13/2017

    Rapid industrialization and tightened water quality standards are leading to an increase in global spending on water quality monitoring instrumentation. Spending in this area is projected to grow from $2.5 billion in 2014 to $3.6 billion by 2020, with some 25 percent spent on new, less expensive water quality monitoring sensors that deliver on-the-spot measurements.

  8. The Ultimate DAF System Design Buyer’s Guide: Part 3
    7/12/2017

    Make sure you’ve read the Ultimate DAF System Design Buyer’s Guide Parts 1 & 2 before starting here.

  9. Mitigating Environmental Impact Of Gold Mine’s Wastewater Through Ozone Oxidation And Aquifer Re-injection
    9/5/2018

    Installing and operating an ozone oxidation system for wastewater remediation at a gold mine located in a remote region of Alaska is full of challenges.

  10. 5 Principles For Improved Water Security
    10/6/2016

    Are environmental interests and business interests mutually exclusive? Our divisive sociopolitical climate might make you think so — you’re either labeled ‘tree-hugging’ or ‘greedy’ — but it is not an either/or proposition, especially when it comes to water conservation.