Water and Wastewater Solutions For Industry

  1. Empowering Water Entrepreneurship: Elevating Economical, Ecological Water Projects
    4/2/2016

    Part one in our series on the “Pow! emPowering Opportunities in Water” competition from Veolia, The Water Council, and the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation dives into the background of the contest and highlights winning company Nutrient Recovery and Upcycling LLC.

  2. Is This The Future Of RO?
    12/11/2013

    A Q&A with Richard Stover, executive VP of Desalitech, discussing a reverse osmosis (RO) innovation that greatly increases recovery rates and overall efficiency, while also enhancing flexibility and reliability.

  3. 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.

  4. Premiere At The Goldsteig Cheese Dairy
    2/5/2016

    A Kaeser EBS series screw blower is making wastewater treatment considerably more efficient and effective at the Goldsteig dairy factory in Cham in the Upper Palatinate region in Germany.

  5. 'Peecycle' Please: Will Urine Separation For Nutrient Recovery Take Off?
    5/22/2014

    Is it feasible to separate nutrient-rich urine before it reaches the wastewater treatment plant?

  6. Ozone Generators Enhance Aquarium’s Water Clarity
    12/9/2015

    The Georgia Aquarium system operates as a closed loop and is able to recapture and reuse over 99% of the water in its exhibits. In order to reuse the majority of the tank water, the aquarium must ensure that waste from its aquatic residents is removed.

  7. Pulling Together: Public-Private Partnerships Poised To Push California Water Efficiency
    4/11/2017

    California is home to some of the world’s most creative minds, top universities, productive farmland, groundbreaking industries — and one of the most epic droughts. The state has endured five years of drained reservoirs and groundwater reserves tapped so aggressively that the land subsidence caused by pumping has been literally seen from space. This indicates in no uncertain terms that it’s time to get all hands on deck. Private companies, universities, irrigation and drainage districts, municipalities — it’s time to pull together into public-private partnerships to address water challenges that face California and so many other regions of the world.

  8. How Can Seasonal Establishments Treat Their Wastewater Economically?
    2/20/2014

    Opened a few months per year, seasonal establishments typically experience important fluctuations in the number of visitors. Energy consumption and operating expenses must continually be analysed and optimized. The implementation of efficient energy management practices and the integration of innovative wastewater treatment solutions that can improve their cost-efficiency ratio have become major sources of savings for this whole industry.

  9. There’s No Wine-ing In Wastewater Treatment
    5/5/2016

    Wineries and vineyards face some added environmental and economic challenges to properly treat and dispose of wastewater. Proper treatment and disposal can be costly and there are very strict regulations that must be followed.

  10. Keep Stormwater Under Control With Energy Self-Sufficient Technology
    11/14/2016

    Wastewater treatment plants don’t just have to deal with household and industrial wastewater. Rainwater also enters the cleaning process via the sewer system.