SOURCE WATER RESOURCES

  • Remote water quality monitoring, a key component to effective crisis response, can mitigate the risk of contaminated source water or distributed water reaching consumers.

  • My water career started with beer. No, not the amount I drank on my way to my chemical engineering degree at Manhattan College. I mean the 10,000+ hours I spent optimizing filtration systems in breweries throughout the world.
  • Pollution and microplastics float down waterways that treatment plants have to manage. Alongside these contaminants are drifting flowers that clear aquatic habitats. Recent research shows they could be an organic method for removing phosphorus and nitrogen.

  • Nutrient pollution is one of the most pressing issues currently facing U.S. waterways. Nutrient pollution primarily refers to when nitrogen and phosphorus, two elements that occur naturally, have adverse effects on water if they are overabundant. Excess nutrients are a result of runoff from fertilizers, detergents, wastewater, automobile emissions, and more. When these nutrients exceed natural amounts, it can lead to harmful algal blooms and hypoxia, which threaten aquatic biodiversity, as well as human health and industries like commercial fishing.

  • Using earth-friendly energy and conserving water supports the fight against climate change and preserves our freshwater reserves.

  • The WHO estimates that more than 1 million deaths each year are attributable to lead poisoning. In more recent years, this number has risen at an incredible pace, with some research showing that nearly 5.5 million adults die from lead-related health complications. Understanding and addressing this persistent problem will require improved monitoring, targeted remediation, and a great deal more awareness and dialogue.
  • What do the semiconductor, food and beverage, petrochemical, and power generation industries have in common? They all rely on water to produce — an increasingly scarce resource.
  • With funds falling short of costs for pending PFAS rules compliance, utilities require an economical treatment solution.

  • This is great news for water quality testing. Kemio provides laboratory results, whether in the lab or in the field, allowing the operator to swiftly address water issues. With the multitude of municipalities and laboratories in Texas, this is a huge win for Water Quality Testing!

  • Palintest is pleased to announce that Lumsio Pooltest 6 and Lumiso Pooltest 3 are now National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) certified

DRINKING WATER SOLUTIONS

  • Wastewater Recycle/Water Reuse

    Aquatech provides wastewater recycle/water reuse systems that incorporate their experience with many technologies associated with wastewater treatment associated with industrial applications.

  • Pentair X-Flow

    The Pentair X-Flow UF membrane system provides a simple solution producing water that meets the highest standards for turbidity and micro biology

  • Waste Technologies Transform Problems To Profit

    Anaerobic digestion processes that radically improve the quality of wastewater while delivering green energy extracted from biological waste streams are emerging as a profitable way for agricultural and food processing industries cope with the twin impact of drought and pollution challenges.

  • ReFlex™ Reverse Osmosis

    Desalitech's ReFlex Reverse Osmosis systems represent a new era of water treatment efficiency. With patented CCD technology, ReFlex systems guarantee maximum water savings and waste water reduction. Desalitech systems are making the best use of water resources, offering a recovery rate of up to 98 percent plus unmatched reliability and flexibility. ReFlex Reverse Osmosis typically reduces disposal costs by 50 percent to 75 percent and energy consumption by up to 35 percent.

  • Pile Cloth Media Filtration Removes 97% Of Microplastics From Wastewater

    Learn about filtering microplastics from industrial wastewater prior to discharge, and how this is one way to effectively reduce the volume of this waste material from entering our surface water.

  • WATERTRAK™ Electrodeionization Electrodeionization (EDI) is a membrane process that removes ions from the water to produce ultra pure water. EDI is comprised of ion exchange resin and membranes.

DRINKING WATER VIDEOS

In this episode of The Water Online Show: In The Flow, Travis Kennedy and Kevin Westerling sit down with Anne-Louise Christensen to talk about converting waste to energy, exploring its economic advantages, potential for cost reduction, energy security benefits, and the technological innovations associated with it.