Water Membranes Podcasts

  1. The Future Of Water: Reuse, Energy-Efficient Technologies On The Horizon
    8/12/2014

    The U.S. should be paying attention to innovation happening in the water space worldwide, says Ryan Spanton of WesTech, in an interview with Water Online Radio.

  2. The Growing Market For Membranes
    8/11/2014

    Despite what many think, membrane systems are not complicated to operate, says Todd Hathaway of Kruger Inc.  In an interview with Water Online, Hathaway explains why taking the time to understand the technology is worthwhile.

  3. “Indestructible” Membranes, Mobile Treatment Systems Make Water Recycling Easy
    7/31/2014

    Water reuse technology is quickly becoming the next big thing, says Bob Minella of Layne, a global water management, construction, and drilling company.

  4. Changing Water Conditions Dictate ‘A Shift That Is Here To Stay’
    7/23/2014

    When it comes to potable water, the biggest problem is that there isn’t enough available — at least not in the drought-ridden Western states of the U.S.

  5. Closed Circuit Desalination Simplifies Reverse Osmosis To Drive Down Energy Costs
    7/2/2014

    As industry, agriculture and residential consumers compete for available freshwater sources, desalination continues to evolve as a viable process for increasing the available water pool. Industrial water is perhaps most critical as it accounts for as much as sixty percent of the freshwater being withdrawn in the United States today. Rising wastewater disposal costs, sustainability initiatives, and higher water efficiency standards are all fueling interest from industry in onsite brackish water reuse. However, municipal interest in water-stressed areas of the world is also on the rise.

  6. Looking Towards The Future Of Wastewater
    11/13/2013

    Jim Jackson, National Sales Manager for Mazzei Injector Company, discusses future trends for wastewater: direct potable reuse, ozone gas, ultra-filtration membranes, and one cutting-edge treatment plant that is now utilizing "designer" or custom-made recycled water with environmental benefits.