Water and Wastewater Solutions For Industry

  1. 4 Factors To Consider When Building Complex Production Systems

    When machine builders partner with subsystem specialists to simplify and streamline their equipment design, engineering, production, and support, they can save time and boost customer satisfaction.

  2. If We Don’t Talk About Water, Are We Really Talking About Resiliency?

    Energy Secretary Rick Perry is trying to prop up coal and nuclear companies under the guise of enhanced “resiliency.” The Department of Energy’s (DOE) proposal does not define resiliency, nor does it even make clear what resiliency means in the context of the electric grid.

  3. Ultrapure Water In Semiconductor Plants

    In the semiconductor industry, ultrapure water usage can be in order of 2 to 4 million gallons a day. The entire ultrapure water treatment process is comprised of two segments: makeup water and a high-purity water loop.

  4. A Promise To Our Children To Save Water In Texas

    It’s no secret that Texas is currently in the midst of a multi-year drought – yet the vast majority of our electricity comes from sources that contribute to this prolonged drought, namely coal, nuclear, and natural gas. All of these energy sources require copious amounts of water to produce electricity.

  5. Pesticides - Emerging Contaminants (Fact Sheet)

    The use of pesticides to control unwanted pests dates back hundreds of years.

  6. The Importance Of An Industrial Water Treatment Program

    Water is considered the “life blood” of any facility for the simple reason that it transfers heat from one location to another.  A complete water treatment program has one goal in mind, to manage the efficiency of that heat transfer.

  7. Changxing Power Plant Debuts The World’s First Forward Osmosis-Based Zero Liquid Discharge Application

    Desalination Technology Transforms 650 m3/day of Abused Industrial Wastewater

  8. Assessing Key Unconventional Shale Wastewater Trends And Opportunities

    The shale-gas boom could make water the most important commodity product of the 21st century.

  9. U.S. Power Profile Shift Sparks Water Opportunity

    The power sector looks to zero liquid discharge and taps municipal reclaimed water as a water reuse strategy.

  10. Accurate Combustion Gas Measurement In Coal-Fired Power Plant

    The need for carbon monoxide equivalent (COe) monitoring in coal-fired power plants is increasing dramatically. A shift towards heat rate efficiency is occurring within the coal-fired boiler community. Increased competitiveness in electricity rates combined with indications of future limits expected by the EPA are driving the need to actively measure COe in order to improve combustion efficiency and minimize CO.