Water and Wastewater Solutions For Industry

  1. What Drought? Deep Drilling For Groundwater Yields Rewards
    8/25/2014

    The Utah Water District took a unique approach to discover new water for a rising population, with better-than-expected results.

  2. Drilling Fluid Producer Discovers The Coriolis Advantage
    1/10/2019

    Drilling fluid is critical for successful oil extraction. Typically made up of water, clay and a complex mix of chemicals, it supports the drilling process in a variety of ways — from lubricating and cooling the drill bit under high-temperature and high-pressure conditions, to lifting drill cuttings to the surface, to maintaining oil well stability and safety. But drilling fluid is not a “one size fits all” solution. To work properly, the fluid must be optimized for the unique geographic conditions of individual well sites.

  3. Anaerobic And Aerobic Treatment Solution For Paper Mill Wastewater
    12/7/2016

    Fluence provided the right solution for this paper mill to meet stringent permit discharge limits and produce renewable energy.

  4. In River Pools Offer City Residents Swimming Alternatives
    10/15/2017

    It wasn’t so long ago that city rivers were some of the more polluted bodies of water on the planet. In 1969 for example, the Cuyahoga River famously caught fire after years of unabated pollution, spurring an environmental movement to clean up the nation’s waterways.

  5. Fast-Tracked Arsenic Project For Food Processing Plant
    8/1/2016

    AdEdge Water Technologies was recently engaged by Pharmaceutical Services & Installations (PSI) to provide a treatment option for the Century Packaging Corporation in Las Piedras, Puerto Rico.

  6. Cheers To World Soil Day
    12/5/2016

    Let’s lift a glass — of water — to celebrate World Soil Day, created by the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations to recognize the thin mantle that sustains us. Of course, as a water guy, I look at World Soil Day as a time to highlight the symbiosis of soil and water. As anybody who has been to the barren deserts of China, North Africa or the Middle East knows, soil without water doesn’t produce anything.

  7. EPA Scientists Develop New Methods To Evaluate Chemicals
    8/15/2018

    EPA scientists are developing and evaluating new methods to evaluate chemicals for potential health effects. These methods are fast, cost effective, and reduce our reliance on traditional methods which use laboratory animals.

  8. How The Semiconductor Industry Is Becoming Greener
    3/2/2016

    About 10 years ago, copper replaced aluminum for back end of line (BEOL) interconnects in the semiconductor industry. The downside of using copper for improved semiconductor performance is that it created a copper rich effluent from electroplating that is considered hazardous waste.

  9. The Future Of Industrial Water Reuse
    4/25/2016

    A market expert shines a light on the bright spots and trouble spots for industrial water reuse, revealing who should consider the practice and why.

  10. Droughts And Blackouts: How Water Shortages Cost India Enough Energy To Power Sri Lanka
    7/28/2017

    India is making great strides to aggressively expand its renewable energy capacity. But the country's power sector remains highly reliant on thermoelectric plants, with high demand for water for cooling. That means that droughts, like the one caused last year by weak monsoons, can shut off the power, hampering the economy and potentially endangering lives.