SOURCE WATER RESOURCES

  • How To Choose A UV System For Water Reuse In Your Facility

    Water reuse is, and will continue to be, one of the biggest considerations for companies all over the world in the battle against water scarcity. By reusing process water, grey water, and wastewater, buildings and facilities will reduce their demand for raw water from surface and groundwater sources and reduce the associated costs of supplying raw water and treating raw water before use. One of the treatment methods for accomplishing this is UV disinfection.

  • National Recognition For WISE Water Practices

    Denver Water and partners pull down big award for pioneering region-wide reuse project.

  • Bushfires Threaten Drinking Water Safety. The Consequences Could Last For Decades

    Bushfires pose serious short- and long-term impacts to public drinking water quality. They can damage water supply infrastructure and water catchments, impeding the treatment processes that normally make our water safe to drink. Several areas in New South Wales and Victoria have already been issued with warnings about the quality of their drinking water. Here’s what we know about the short- and long-term risks.

  • Understanding PFAS’ Impact On Remediation Strategies

    For more than 16.5 million water-utility customers in 33 different states, contamination caused by per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) is a source-water issue that will not go away for a long time. What are the practical options for community water systems currently confronting this challenge? Here is an overview of several treatments and their relative successes against a wide variety of PFAS compounds.

  • All Eyes On Iran

    Iran is facing a water crisis. The World Resources Institute says it’s number 4 on the crisis list after Israel, Lebanon, and Qatar.  Water consumption is increasing, aquifers have been drunk dry, and investment is inadequate.

  • Preparing To Tackle The Hydra Of LCR Revisions

    As a journalist serving the water industry — but not yet a seasoned technical veteran — I attended a recent Lead In Drinking Water Forum sponsored by AWWA NJ to learn about the challenges of complying with the proposed Lead and Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR). What I heard impressed upon me the technical, administrative, and logistical challenges of delivering safe, lead-free drinking water all the way to user taps. Here are my takeaways.

  • EPA Continues To Update Its Environmental Sampling And Analytical Methods (ESAM) Program

    EPA’s Homeland Security Research Program (HSRP) aims to increase the United States’ capabilities to prepare for and respond to environmental disasters involving chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear substances (CBRN). As part of this effort, EPA researchers develop scientific data, methods, and tools that can be used by various stakeholders, including laboratories and on-scene coordinators, to increase the effectiveness of response.

  • Water And Power Generation Remain A Balancing Act Amid Tightening Regulations

    A recent survey digs into the treatment aspects of water in the power industry, revealing how electric utilities are responding to concerns over regulations and volumes of use.

  • Nutrient Sensor Action Challenge Winners: Data And Decisions To Manage Excess Nutrients

    Nutrients in the environment from excess nitrogen and phosphorous can result in negative impacts on water quality. EPA is improving nutrient management by incentivizing the development of low-cost technology solutions, such as nutrient sensors, in collaboration with USGS, USDA, NIST, NOAA, and the U.S. Integrated Ocean Observing System (IOOS).

  • Pros And Cons Of Tertiary RO Wastewater Recycling For Municipal And Industrial Organizations

    Tertiary reverse osmosis (RO) wastewater recycling has become a suitable solution to augment water supplies to combat water scarcity across the world. RO desalination in tertiary wastewater processes has proven to provide a cost efficient way to reuse water for both municipalities and industrial organizations.

DRINKING WATER SOLUTIONS

  • NIROBOX™ BW

    Nirobox BW lets you tap into previously unusable groundwater sources.

  • NeoTech D428™

    The NeoTech D428™ is specially designed to disinfect water and is an essential component in advanced oxidation processes.

  • WATERTRAK™ Sea Water Reverse Osmosis

    WATERTRAK Sea Water Reverse Osmosis system uses spiral wound polyamide membrane technology to treat sea water up to 46,000 ppm TDS. The SWRO features state of the art energy recovery and can easily be integrated into a two pass or larger system.

  • Turbidity Filtration: Turbidity Filtration Using Alum Electromedia® V effectively filters turbid waters at 10 g.p.m. per sq. ft. to produce treated waters having turbidities less than 0.2 NTU
  • MECTAN® Induced Vortex Grit Chamber

    Grit is a source of problems in wastewater treatment facilities, which causes wear and tear on mechanical equipment, decreases the effective treatment volume in basins, causes pipe blockages and generally increases operating costs.

  • ShaleFlow™: A Transportable, Modular Solution For Produced Water Reuse

    Veolia has developed ShaleFlow™, a cost-effective transportable solution for reuse of produced water and flowback water from hydraulic fracturing operations. This compact, modular system utilizes proven technologies designed to enable reuse with the flexibility to be moved as the field is developed.

DRINKING WATER VIDEOS

Rob Gledhill, President and CEO of Blue-White, speaks about the company’s various offerings from chemical metering pumps (diaphragm, peristaltic), to flowmeters (variable-area, paddlewheel, ultrasonic), and water treatment accessories.