Water & Wastewater Treatment News For The Power Generation Industry

  1. South Dakota State University Expands With New Chiller Plant
    8/6/2019

    South Dakota’s beauty and significance is often betrayed by its lack of mentions in the national news. Largely comprised of rolling prairie, pothole lakes and crystal clear streams, South Dakota is host to many natural wonders and historically significant landmarks.

  2. Kenilworth Sewage Treatment Plant Goes Green
    8/6/2019

    Unitywater’s Kenilworth sewage treatment plant (STP) can now boast its green credentials, with the installation of solar panels and a floating wetland at the site.

  3. Stanford Researchers Develop Technology To Harness Energy From Mixing Of Freshwater And Seawater
    7/31/2019

    Salt is power. It might sound like alchemy, but the energy in places where salty ocean water and freshwater mingle could provide a massive source of renewable power.

  4. Groups Announce Historic Coal Ash Cleanup Agreement With Power Plant Polluting Susquehanna River
    7/31/2019

    Four environmental groups recently announced an historic agreement to reduce toxic pollutants leaking from a power plant’s coal ash dumps into groundwater and the Susquehanna River, the largest Chesapeake Bay tributary.

  5. EPA Proposes Amendments To The Coal Ash Regulations, Reconsiders The Beneficial Use Provisions And Provides Greater Clarity On Managing Piles Of Coal Ash
    7/30/2019

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing further amendments to the regulations governing the disposal of coal combustion residuals, commonly known as coal ash.

  6. Energy From Seawater
    7/29/2019

    Salt is power. It might sound like alchemy, but the energy in places where salty ocean water and freshwater mingle could provide a massive source of renewable power.

  7. SUEZ E.C.O.Film Non-Phosphate Cooling Water Treatment Enters Market After Successful Pilot Saved Customer $5M
    7/16/2019

    SUEZ has developed a new corrosion and scale control chemistry for cooling water. E.C.O.Film, which stands for Engineered Carboxylate Oxide, relies on SUEZ’s proprietary engineered film technology to eliminate the need for phosphorus, and other anti-corrosion solutions that employ EPA priority pollutant metals.

  8. Aries Clean Energy Completes Environmental Permitting For World’s First Large-Scale Biosolids Gasification Facility
    7/15/2019

    Aries Clean Energy has received all approvals required to construct New Jersey’s first biosolids-only gasification facility.

  9. Multipoint Thermal Mass Flow Meters Improve Boiler Air Preheater (APH) System Efficiency
    7/15/2019

    Engineers who need to optimize boiler efficiency for electric power generation will find the MT100 and ST102A Multipoint Thermal Mass Flow Meters from Fluid Components International (FCI) help them accurately measure recycled hot air from stack gases in order to reduce the consumption and cost of fuel.

  10. WVU Researchers Thirsty For Reducing Fresh Water Use By Power Plants
    7/10/2019

    Power plants across the country utilize more than four times as much water as all U.S. homes and account for 41 percent of total water withdrawals, according to federal data.