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Clogs Draw a “Get Out of Jail Free” Card
Clogs Draw a “Get Out of Jail Free” Card

Although by no means overwhelming, clogging problems in a county prison wastewater treatment system had simply become a nuisance, and it was time to take action with new technology to solve the problem. Read the full case study to learn more.

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  • Natural Gas-Fired Combined Cycle Power Plant Improves The Performance Of Water Treatment System
    Natural Gas-Fired Combined Cycle Power Plant Improves The Performance Of Water Treatment System

    A natural gas-fired combined cycle power generation facility located in Idaho contacted QUA to find a solution to improve the performance of a water treatment system used to recycle the plant’s cooling tower blow down water.

  • Springdale, Arkansas, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Call Headworks Screens 'Bulletproof'
    Springdale, Arkansas, Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators Call Headworks Screens 'Bulletproof'

    The Poultry Capital of the World is a city in northwest Arkansas in the heart of the Ozark Mountain range. Springdale, Arkansas, the fourth largest city in the state, is the headquarters for Tyson Food Corporation, the world's largest meat-producing company. The city was founded in the mid-1800s and has been a hub for agriculture and industry in the region since then. In addition, the region is home to outdoors activities like fishing, hunting, camping, boating, etc., and the natural, outdoors life is enjoyed by many residents as well as visitors to the area.

  • Carbon Adsorption & Reactivation
    Carbon Adsorption & Reactivation

    Chemical, petrochemical, and oil-refining plants are process-intensive operations with regulatory requirements to protect the surrounding water and air from the effects of industrial pollution. These external demands are matched by equally compelling internal pressures to address product purification needs, find alternatives to utilizing costly fresh water in production processes, reduce the carbon footprint, and operate efficiently and profitably.

  • Dealing With The Highs And Lows Of Flow
    Dealing With The Highs And Lows Of Flow

    In February of 2014, due to severe drought conditions, the Federal Bureau of Reclamation informed central California farmers that they would receive no irrigation water from the lakes, canals and reservoirs under the Bureau’s control.

  • Headworks Bio Brings Two Stage IFAS To Milk Factory In Nigeria
    Headworks Bio Brings Two Stage IFAS To Milk Factory In Nigeria

    Most of us understand little about Africa and less about Nigeria.  Nigeria is the largest country in Africa in terms of population and economy and ranks high globally on both lists as well.  The population of 184 million makes it the seventh largest in the world and the economy is in the top twenty with a GDP of $500 billion.  It is also a very young country and an increasingly urbanized country - more than half the population is under 14 years old and the same percentage live in cities..

  • FEDI Solution For Sohar Refinery Project
    FEDI Solution For Sohar Refinery Project

    Orpic (Oman Oil Refineries and Petroleum Industries Company) required a thermal seawater desalination solution as part of its Sohar refinery improvement project to ensure an uninterrupted supply of fresh feed water to for its boilers.

  • Automation Technology Brings Economic Power In South Africa
    Automation Technology Brings Economic Power In South Africa

    South Africa is a partner of a large number of industrial nations throughout the world. Very promising future domestic markets are the automotive industry and the infrastructure sector. Festo South Africa has already grown to a significant size in both sectors over the years.

  • Fast-Tracked Arsenic Project For Food Processing Plant
    Fast-Tracked Arsenic Project For Food Processing Plant

    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.

  • Chronic Clogging Problems Solved And Energy Usage Halved At Heathrow Airport
    Chronic Clogging Problems Solved And Energy Usage Halved At Heathrow Airport

    London’s Heathrow Airport is one of Europe’s busiest airports catering for more than 200,000 passengers each day with an average of 1,200 flights arriving and departing from the airport daily. Heathrow Airport Water Services Department has an extensive network of 120 pumping stations to manage and they agreed to install and trial Xylem’s new state-of-the-art Flygt wastewater pumping system in an effort to solve chronic clogging issues at one of the airport’s wastewater pumping stations.

  • DenseSludge Technology Dewaters  Mine Pools In West Virginia
    DenseSludge Technology Dewaters Mine Pools In West Virginia

    Mepco contracted Veolia Water Technologies to design and procure a 4,000 gpm AMD treatment plant at a mine shaft site. This new plant uses the DenseSludge technology, which maximizes water recovery and minimizes sludge volumes. Improved process control (especially pH control), reduced gypsum deposits on system components, and drier sludge of a lesser volume are the results of this innovative application.

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS

AquaNereda AquaNereda

The AquaNereda® Aerobic Granular Sludge System is an innovative biological wastewater treatment technology that provides advanced treatment using the unique features of aerobic granular biomass. The unique process features of the AquaNereda system translate into a flexible and compact process that offers energy efficiency and significantly lower chemical consumption.

Ecosorb® Spray Gel® Ecosorb® Spray Gel®

A special spray gel formulation of Ecosorb® odor eliminator topically encapsulates material, blocking odors from escaping into the atmosphere. Ecosorb® Spray Gel® is an ideal solution for sludge handling and transportation, open-bed waste trucks, working faces of landfills, soil remediation projects, and other solid/semi-solid odorous materials that continuously emit odors.

CoStrip™: CoStrip™:

Veolia’s patent-pending CoStrip degases raw water by introducing microbubbles of a stripping gas (air, nitrogen or fuel gas) counter-current to the liquid stream. First, the microbubbles are introduced into a series of chambers utilizing eductors. Next, they rise and capture dissolved gases due to the disequilibrium between the microbubble gases and the dissolved gases in the water.

Lime Slaker Systems Lime Slaker Systems

The IMS Lime Slaker Systems provide continuous high volume lime slurries (up to 8,000 lbs/hour) for industrial and municipal process pH adjustment, flocculation, and chemical reaction. The superior paste-type slaking technology consistently produces a higher strength and more reactive lime slurry resulting in more efficient and more economical use of the quicklime. Systems are factory assembled and tested for quick and easy installation, and include options for lime feed and grit removal.

Mobile Water Services: ACTIFLO® Clarification Mobile Water Services: ACTIFLO® Clarification

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing the Actiflo Turbo high-rate clarification technology. With more than 800 references around the world, the Actiflo technology has been in use for municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment for more than 20 years.

Mobile Water Services: Reverse Osmosis Technology Mobile Water Services: Reverse Osmosis Technology

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing Reverse Osmosis technology. With applications in utility steam system make-up water, process water purification, water scarce areas, or where water reuse or recycle are required due to costly wastewater surcharges restricting discharge.

INDUSTRIAL VIDEOS

  • OMI - Ecosorb Vaporization Delivery System
    OMI - Ecosorb Vaporization Delivery System

    Vaporization provides an environmentally friendly option for the delivery of natural Ecosorb®. No water is used in the vaporization process, only undiluted Ecosorb. Through the vapor phase unit, pure Ecosorb® products are pumped through a perforated pipe distribution system, creating a dry vapor to eliminate airborne smells.

  • OMI - Ecosorb Atomization Delivery System
    OMI - Ecosorb Atomization Delivery System

    Ecosorb® atomizing systems offer odor control against malodors associated with various industrial processes as well as odorous material handling. To eliminate any odor, Ecosorb® atomization systems come in a variety of formats, including explosion-proof systems, high-pressure atomization systems, air atomization systems, fan atomization systems, portable systems and custom designed systems, if needed.

  • OMI - Ecosorb Spray Gel Delivery System
    OMI - Ecosorb Spray Gel Delivery System

    A special spray gel formulation of Ecosorb® odor eliminator topically encapsulates material, blocking odors from escaping into the atmosphere. Ecosorb® Spray Gel® is an ideal solution for sludge handling and transportation, open-bed waste trucks, working faces of landfills, soil remediation projects, and other solid/semi-solid odorous materials that continuously emit odors.

  • Lime Slaker System Video
    Lime Slaker System Video

    The IMS Lime Slaker Systems provide continuous high volume lime slurries (up to 8,000 lbs/hour) for industrial and municipal process pH adjustment, flocculation, and chemical reaction. The superior paste-type slaking technology consistently produces a higher strength and more reactive lime slurry resulting in more efficient and more economical use of the quicklime. Systems are factory assembled and tested for quick and easy installation, and include options for lime feed and grit removal.

  • Integrated Water Treatment Solution For A New Combined Cycle Power Plant
    Integrated Water Treatment Solution For A New Combined Cycle Power Plant

    Northern California Power Agency (NCPA) selected SUEZ as a single-source provider to design and supply an integrated water treatment solution consisting of four water treatment systems for its new 300 MW combined cycle natural gas power plant in Lodi, California.

  • The New TL23 Benchtop Turbidimeter From Hach
    The New TL23 Benchtop Turbidimeter From Hach

    From the brand you trust comes a turbidimeter that simplifies testing in the most demanding wastewater and industrial applications.

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  • Green Heat: Using Less Water To Create Cleaner, More Abundant Energy
    Green Heat: Using Less Water To Create Cleaner, More Abundant Energy

    Farmers in Uganda and in developing countries around the world are facing major energy and waste management issues. There are anaerobic digestions systems to help farmers manage agricultural waste from plants and animals, but there’s a problem.

  • The New Silicon Valley: How A Forgotten Mineral Solves Our Water Problems
    The New Silicon Valley: How A Forgotten Mineral Solves Our Water Problems

    For centuries, scientists believed that silicon — an element that accounts for nearly 28 percent of the earth’s crust — had little to do with life-sustaining processes in animal and plants. But in the last couple of decades, science has begun to recognize something new: Silicon can reduce the effects of various stressors on plants, including water stress. This ubiquitous, but overlooked, mineral could be the key to more resilient crops worldwide.

  • Why California's Cannabis Industry Will Lead Water Innovation
    Why California's Cannabis Industry Will Lead Water Innovation

    For years, I’ve been standing on my deck in San Francisco, looking south to Silicon Valley for innovation in water efficiency. But I’m starting to realize that I might have been gazing in the wrong direction. Maybe I need to turn around and look north, over the spires of the Golden Gate Bridge, toward the Emerald Triangle in Humboldt, Mendocino and Trinity counties, the hotbed of California’s newly legalized commercial cannabis production.

  • Stepping Up Water Reuse — From Irrigation To Direct-Potable
    Stepping Up Water Reuse — From Irrigation To Direct-Potable

    Water reuse is trending up. Here are nine developments to watch in 2017.

  • Evolving From Controlled Biosolids Distribution To Revenue-Generating Compost
    Evolving From Controlled Biosolids Distribution To Revenue-Generating Compost

    Chicago continues its long tradition of innovative biosolids management by introducing a new model for sustainability and community service.

  • Rescuing Failed Aeration Systems
    Rescuing Failed Aeration Systems

    In wastewater treatment, aeration systems are more than just critical. They can be seen as the central nerve of the whole operation, the part of the process that usually costs the most to run and can cause the most havoc when it malfunctions.

  • Reducing Water-Food Nexus Pressures In America
    Reducing Water-Food Nexus Pressures In America

    Agricultural production is one of the most important sectors of the U.S. economy, contributing more than $300 billion to the country each year. When food service and other agriculture-related industries are included, this figure rises to over $750 billion.

  • EPA Providing Guidance For Drinking Water After Radiological Emergency
    EPA Providing Guidance For Drinking Water After Radiological Emergency

    What would happen if there was an emergency in the U.S. that caused radioactive material to contaminate drinking water supplies? What steps could your utilities and government take?

  • If Israel Can Find Common Ground Around The Environment, Why Can’t Texas?
    If Israel Can Find Common Ground Around The Environment, Why Can’t Texas?

    Deep in the Israeli desert is an academic institute that is building peace in the region by putting nature at its center. The Arava Institute, in partnership with Ben Gurion University, brings students from Israel, Palestine, Jordan, and around the world to find common ground around environmental problems and build trust — and peace — from there.

  • Why Strategic Choices — And Water — Could Make People More Energy-Efficient
    Why Strategic Choices — And Water — Could Make People More Energy-Efficient

    At my household, a new year means a new energy and water-use baseline. By that I mean, every month, I look at how much electricity and water I used in comparison to the same month the previous year — so I can try to be as efficient as possible. But I work in the energy field, and I know that’s not a typical New Year’s tradition. Most people don’t examine the trends of their energy-use or spend much time thinking about how to reduce it.

  • An 11-Step Plan To Prepare For Upstream Chemical Spills
    An 11-Step Plan To Prepare For Upstream Chemical Spills

    A catastrophic chemical spill in 2014 inspired a research group to develop a methodology for how such drinking water disasters could be avoided by systems in the future.

  • Does Healthy Drinking Water Mean Stricter Limits On Atrazine?
    Does Healthy Drinking Water Mean Stricter Limits On Atrazine?

    The U.S. EPA is considering tightening its water regulations on atrazine, an herbicide known to cause adverse health effects if ingested. As researchers and state regulators advocate for stricter limits, it may be time to act.

  • Oil And Water: Lessons For The Water Industry From Oil And Gas
    Oil And Water: Lessons For The Water Industry From Oil And Gas

    As water scarcity continues to be a major, ongoing challenge in the U.S., public and private sector leaders are seeking new insights on sustainable solutions. In this work, they are grappling with challenges on a scale that oil and gas organizations have been confronting for decades now. It’s understandable that stakeholders can get caught up in the tactical side of dealing with water crises — but there is also guidance to be gained by taking a high-level view.

  • Cheers To World Soil Day
    Cheers To World Soil Day

    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.

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