CONTAMINANT REMOVAL RESOURCES

  • A small treatment plant was looking for the most economic solution to treat water and needed a product with a longer life expectancy. Learn why they turned to De Nora's SORB 33A media. 

  • 2022 may be heralded as the year that PFAS took center stage in the effort to provide safe drinking water access for all. Some states began enacting laws targeting the “forever chemicals,” and the U.S. EPA took major steps to designate two of the most widely used PFAS as hazardous substances under CERCLA. However, concerns that the progress may not be enough to adequately combat PFAS have only intensified.

  • Learn the benefits of virgin and reactivated carbon, the ideal time to exchange carbon, and whether the exchanges should be handled in-house or with a third-party vendor.

  • We often take our drinking water for granted. We always have access to running water, so we don't think much more about it. However, quality water is not always a guarantee. In fact, a number of cities are having issues with their water right now. The government creates laws to protect drinking water, and the EPA determines guidelines for how to ensure safe drinking water. Unfortunately, water quality issues may still arise that put you and your family at risk for disease — or worse. Let me share some of the most serious risks to your drinking water and how to solve them.
  • This article will explore various SSI systems and the principal benefit that each setup delivers. 

  • This article will explain the matrix of factors that can affect PFAS removal and why it is important to work with an experienced partner.

  • Learn how naturally occurring biological growth on carbon media can help enhance removal of total organic carbon (TOC) and thusly reduce the formation of DBPs.

  • For millions in America, water is a life-giving resource that provides countless benefits from drinking to bathing and even swimming. According to NSF.org, about 71% of people drink water from the tap in the U.S., consuming eight glasses of water per day. As water quality continues to be a growing concern, health risks linked to water contaminants are now leading people across the country to think twice about the kind of water they consume.

  • Learn how AdEdge water treatment experts took on the challenge of incorporating PFAS treatment into containerized designs that were already in progress. 

  • Denver Water has pioneered a disinfection method that’s saving millions of gallons of water, reducing staff time and nearly eliminating expensive pipe replacement do-overs.

CONTAMINANT REMOVAL SOLUTIONS

  • Filter Inspection And Media Replacement

    Annual filter inspections are a key component to long term, trouble free filter operation. Loprest’s trained service engineers can inspect your treatment system and provide written recommendations for maintenance, improvements and upgrades to keep your filter system operating at its peak performance.

  • Secret To Disinfection Monitoring For High Chlorine Residual Wastewater Applications

    Some wastewater applications require chlorine residuals greater than can be effectively monitored using DPD due to the oxidation of the Wurster dye to a colorless Imine. Such applications include industrial wastewater processes that inherently have a high chlorine demand thereby requiring a more robust monitoring method.

  • Ecoray® Upgrade Kits

    Stay compliant and slash your energy costs by 30% with Ecoray Upgrade Kits.

  • Next Gen Capital Controls® Chlorinators

    The unique compact design incorporates the best existing Capital Controls® technology with exciting new features. With just three models ranging from 10-10,000 lbs/day capacity, each chlorinator is available with automatic or manual feed and a 10” flowmeter for an easier read. Sonic operation on the 4100 model eliminates the need for a differential pressure regulator. On all automatic models, an additional controller isn’t needed, reducing components – and costs. 

  • Loprest Multi-Cell Filter

    Loprest pressure filters can be provided in horizontal or vertical configurations for flow rates from 50 to 5,000 GPM.

CONTAMINANT REMOVAL VIDEOS

Listen in as Jim Lauria discusses manganese, the EPA's position on it, and effective methods of removing manganese from drinking water.