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Ozone System For Advanced Water Treatment And Disinfection Ozone System For Advanced Water Treatment And Disinfection

With 1,200 installations worldwide, De Nora Ozone offers a wide range of ozone systems, from small compact units to turnkey plants. Ozone is used for the treatment of municipal drinking water and wastewater; micropollutants; industrial wastewater and process water; advanced oxidation; pools and spas; and biological sludge reduction. Using the strongest natural oxidants, on-site ozone generation does not create a residual biological sub-product, offers quick reaction time, and requires no chemical compounds. De Nora Ozone systems maximize ozone concentration while minimizing energy requirements, working closely with the customer to a provide a tailor-made solution for individual needs. De Nora Ozone has the expertise to ensure you get the most effective technical solution through pilot plants, testing and scale units.

Whittier® High-Rate Downflow Filters Whittier® High-Rate Downflow Filters

Veolia Water Technologies offers a complete line of high-rate downflow filters. We combine innovation with industry expertise to provide economical and effective solutions for a variety of product filtration and water treatment applications. When a high-performance filtration system is needed, Veolia has the design experience to select the proper parameters and operating guidelines to achieve the desired results.

Injection Skids Injection Skids

Mazzei injection systems are designed using the Mazzei’s patented technologies to obtain the most efficient mixing and contacting of air, oxygen, ozone or chemicals into a water stream.

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.

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INDUSTRIAL WATER & WASTEWATER TREATMENT VIDEOS

  • Dirty Process Water Can Lead To Increased Total Operating Costs
    Dirty Process Water Can Lead To Increased Total Operating Costs

    Water from cooling towers attracts and absorbs airborne contaminants on a continuous basis. Typically, 85% of suspended solids in cooling water and hot water loops are smaller than 5 microns. Scientific studies have shown that these small particles (5 microns and less) are the adherent contaminants fouling the water loop and process cooling system.

  • RWL Water & Emefcy Announce Merger To Form Fluence Corporation, Ltd.
    RWL Water & Emefcy Announce Merger To Form Fluence Corporation, Ltd.

    Founded in 2017, under the consolidation of global water industry leaders Emefcy and RWL Water, Fluence was established with a vision to become the key global provider in decentralized water and wastewater solutions.

  • The Big Empty: Rural America's Drinking Water Crisis

    O’Brien, Texas is just one of thousands of small communities in the United States that struggle to find the resources to ensure that the water coming out of the tap is safe to drink. The recent budget proposal by the Trump administration will only make matters worse. Watch this documentary short produced by Tom Rosenberg and Earth Institute fellow Madison Condon details one shrinking town’s drinking water crisis.

  • Water In The Balance
    Water In The Balance

    How researchers at UC Merced are developing a better understanding of the three sources of water upon which California depends in order to adapt to the effects of environmental changes and make better use of this most precious of our natural resources.

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  • Is Your Water System Ready For Population Growth?
    Is Your Water System Ready For Population Growth?

    Utilities are faced with myriad threats looming in the future, but chief among them is increased stress from population growth. In Denver, comprehensive planning for that future is underway.

  • It’s Time For Industrial Treatment To Find A Phosphorus Alternative
    It’s Time For Industrial Treatment To Find A Phosphorus Alternative

    Amid growing concerns around algal bloom, industrial operations are under pressure to stop using phosphorus-based water treatment technology. But transition to an alternative can be daunting.

  • Droughts And Blackouts: How Water Shortages Cost India Enough Energy To Power Sri Lanka
    Droughts And Blackouts: How Water Shortages Cost India Enough Energy To Power Sri Lanka

    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.

  • El Paso Electric Should Protect The City’s Water And Let Solar Power Shine
    El Paso Electric Should Protect The City’s Water And Let Solar Power Shine

    Resiliency is a hot button word right now. Ten years ago, advocates focused on “adaptation,” or the idea of adapting to the coming effects of climate change. Now the focus is on “resiliency,” the ability to bounce forward — not backward — when something disastrous happens.

  • Rounding Up The Water, Clean Energy, And Climate Bills In The 85th Texas Legislative Session
    Rounding Up The Water, Clean Energy, And Climate Bills In The 85th Texas Legislative Session

    We’re entering the home stretch of the 85th Session of the Texas Legislature.

  • Achieving Ultrapure Water
    Achieving Ultrapure Water

    It may sound intimidating, but water that has been treated to “ultrapure” condition is more than necessary in many applications. This highly-cleansed product is a fundamental part of many industrial operations, from the medicine we need to get well to the power we rely on in our daily lives. But, as the name implies, it’s no small task to get average influent to the ultrapure level.

  • A Cool Method For Industrial Water Reuse
    A Cool Method For Industrial Water Reuse

    By harvesting heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) condensate, industrial operations can take advantage of a cool, convenient source of clean water.

  • Energy-Water Nexus Lessons Learned From The State Of Texas
    Energy-Water Nexus Lessons Learned From The State Of Texas

    By making strategic choices to maximize energy-water efficiencies, we can help protect our supplies in advance of our next drought. Here are three ways that work.

  • 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.

  • Trimble Unity Brings Together Navigation Technology And Remote Monitoring
    Trimble Unity Brings Together Navigation Technology And Remote Monitoring

    After acquiring TELOG last year, Trimble has combined its traditional GIS/GPS navigation technology with TELOG’s remote monitoring solutions to create Trimble Unity, a smart network for monitoring water systems.

  • Exploring The Water Energy Nexus
    Exploring The Water Energy Nexus

    The Water Research Foundation recently facilitated a meeting between seven major water-related organizations such as AWWA, WEF and NAWC and the Department of Energy to discuss the energy, water and food nexus. Water Online Radio sat down with Beate Wright, Executive Director for the D.C. office of the Water Research Foundation, to understand the implications of the meeting.

  • Innovative Utilities Reducing Water-Energy Nexus Pressures
    Innovative Utilities Reducing Water-Energy Nexus Pressures

    With large parts of the country facing drought conditions, including California, Massachusetts, and Alabama, small communities and cities alike are facing increased water-energy nexus pressures.

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