WATER REUSE

TITAN MBR™ Ultrafiltration Provides Private Development Site With Water Reuse Capabilities
TITAN MBR™ Ultrafiltration Provides Private Development Site With Water Reuse Capabilities

When developers of a condominium complex sourced wastewater treatment systems, it did so with two primary requirements: efficient land utilization and high effluent quality to meet stringent guidelines. State regulators advised the developers to discuss combining its wastewater system with the owner’s association of an adjacent housing development, whose existing wastewater treatment system was aging and required augmentation.

  • How To Cannibalize Your Own Technology
    How To Cannibalize Your Own Technology

    Business people love to talk about "disruption." They pride themselves on eating their competitors' lunch. Where their markets used to be about raving fans, now it's about inspiring craving fans, fueled by "hunger marketing" and the fear of missing out. There's a lot of dog-eat-dog philosophy...which is why it's important for companies to be willing to cannibalize their own technologies.

  • One Million Gallons Of Wastewater Reused Daily To Irrigate Award-Winning Botanical Garden
    One Million Gallons Of Wastewater Reused Daily To Irrigate Award-Winning Botanical Garden

    The City of Silverton is known as Oregon’s Garden City and sends one million gallons a day of treated effluent to the Oregon Gardens, returning the remainder to Silver Creek.

  • Industrial Process Optimization Through Process Water Integrity
    Industrial Process Optimization Through Process Water Integrity

    There are many facets to industrial processes — raw materials, skilled labor, well-designed equipment, and sound methodologies. Optimizing those manufacturing processes requires consistent, reliable feedback on performance efficiency and output quality. Here are several guidelines for implementing continuous monitoring to keep process integrity at optimum levels.

  • Linking Technologies Key To A Successful Potable Reuse Project
    Linking Technologies Key To A Successful Potable Reuse Project

    Potable reuse offers a massive opportunity to recover water from the wastewater process, but projects face a variety of barriers to getting off the ground. Most successful early adopters engaged early with their constituents and implemented smaller-scale demonstration projects that were accessible to the public to prove the technology and process.

  • Pushing Water Reuse To The Extremes
    Pushing Water Reuse To The Extremes

    Large-scale water-reuse treatment plants have had sustainable impact in populated areas where the volume of water to be treated and reused in a concentrated area makes them practical. Today, the flat-sheet membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) technology that is delivering high-quality wastewater treatment to remote locations is poised to realize the promise of sustainable water reuse in those same locations.

  • Wastewater Reuse And Recycling Today
    Wastewater Reuse And Recycling Today

    Over the last several years the wastewater reuse segment of the water industry has experienced both rapid growth and tremendous change. Global demand for increased water supplies fuels the development of alternative water sources, including reclaimed wastewater.

  • Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Technology Validated For Title 22 Compliance
    Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Technology Validated For Title 22 Compliance

    Title 22 of California’s Water Recycling Criteria is among the strictest water treatment standards for water recycling and reuse in the United States. Fluence’s MABR demonstration plant was installed at the Codiga Resource Recovery Center (CR2C) in Stanford, California, in January 2018 for the purpose of third-party evaluation. The testing parameters included criteria to evaluate reliable enhanced nutrient removal in the form of Total Nitrogen, which is increasingly important across the United States and difficult and costly to achieve through conventional wastewater treatment.

  • Innovative Project In Virginia Changes Lens On Wastewater
    Innovative Project In Virginia Changes Lens On Wastewater

    In September of 2016, Ted Henifin took the first sip of water purified at a pilot treatment plant developed by HRSD (Hampton Roads Sanitation District). Now, the innovative water treatment program known as SWIFT — Sustainable Water Initiative for Tomorrow — is changing the lens through which communities and government officials view wastewater, drinking water, aquifer replenishment, and even fighting sea level rise.

  •  Improving The Quality Of Tertiary Effluent For Indirect Potable Reuse With Geographic Constraints
    Improving The Quality Of Tertiary Effluent For Indirect Potable Reuse With Geographic Constraints

    The Mazzei Sidestream Venturi Injection – Pipeline Flash Reactor System provides a feasible alternative for dissolution of ozone at the Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) in Las Vegas, because it allowed for flexibility in basin design to meet geographic site constraints.

  • Crafting H<sub>2</sub>O &mdash; The Science And Art Of Beer Making
    Crafting H2O — The Science And Art Of Beer Making

    Cincinnati-based MadTree Brewing Company is serious about how they make their beer. Their scientific approach means that they also pay close attention to the water they use, a message they’re more than happy to share.

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DRINKING WATER PRODUCTS

Vessel and Silo Scales for Food Manufacturing Vessel and Silo Scales for Food Manufacturing

Minebea Intec offers a complete range of load cells and corresponding mounting kits for weighing process vessels, silos and tanks. The applications covered range from low accuracy inventory control up to high accuracy batching. Further applications include the weighing of vessels in areas requiring Ex certified equipment or hygienic design and the weighing of outdoor silos in earthquake prone regions.

Turn-Key Contracting Services And Support Turn-Key Contracting Services And Support

Corry Micronics offers over 40 years of experience in customized customer services, support, and product solutions. As an industry leader in electronic component design and manufacturing, CMI’s quality of work and customer attention continues to exceed our customers’ expectations.

Roadmap To Profitability Financial Dashboard Roadmap To Profitability Financial Dashboard

Taylor Business Group is pleased to offer the Roadmap to Profitability Financial Dashboard, a revolutionary way of looking at your financials.

Aclara RF Network ZoneScan Solution Aclara RF Network ZoneScan Solution

Find and fix leaks fast with the Aclara ZoneScan II leak-detection system. The industry’s leading, remotely correlated acoustic leak detection system cost-effectively identities small leaks before they become major problems, and will give you immediate insight into non-revenue water losses in your water distribution network.

Peripheral Drive Clarifiers Peripheral Drive Clarifiers

Schreiber’s Peripheral Drive Clarifiers are favored because of their ability to accomplish rapid sludge removal and continuous collection and removal of floatables. Instead of the typical center-drive high torque arrangement, Schreiber Clarifiers utilize the mechanical leverage and mechanical simplicity of a peripherally driven system. A low horsepower single drive unit is all that is needed to rotate both the scraper and the skimming assemblies. The assemblies are suspended from a rotating access bridge or, in the case of smaller units, a lightweight rotating beam arm. The rotating skimming equipment removes floatables regardless of wind direction, and the helical scrapers convey settled solids to the center of the basin for removal in one revolution or less.

Load Cells For Tank And Hopper Weighing: PR 6241 Load Cells For Tank And Hopper Weighing: PR 6241

The PR 6241 range of load cells is specially designed for weighing small and medium sized process vessels and for high-precision dosing. The unique design principle, in combination with the FlexLock-installation kits, makes it possible to counterbalance movements arising from mechanical or thermal expansion or contraction of the vessel or its supporting construction.

Load cell construction
 

S-shape design with integrated load return. Full stainless steel construction, hermetically sealed, welded, filled with inert gas.

 

 
Material
 

Load cell: 1.4542 (DIN 17440) similar to S604, S622 (B.S.), 17 - 4PH 

 
Protection
 

IP 68, IEC 529 (equivalent to NEMA 6). The load cell can be submerged in water to a depth of 1.5m for 10,000 hours. Robust, flexible, screened; Sheath: TPE Thermopl. Elastomere, Colour: grey (EX: blue); Diameter: 5 mm, wires 4 x 0.35 mm2; Length: 5 m

 

Bending radius
 

Fixed installation: ≥ 50mm; Flexible installation: ≥ 150mm

Shortwave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau SWIR Shortwave Infrared Thermal Camera Core: Tau SWIR

FLIR OEM’s Tau SWIR thermal camera core delivers outstanding shortwave infrared image quality and performance for applications ranging over a variety of imaging and light level conditions, including in hyperspectral instrumentation, silicon inspection, electro-optical payloads, art restoration, and portable imaging. With a high resolution 640×512 ISC1202 InGaAs 15-micron pitch focal plane array (FPA), compact form factor, light weight (<81 grams), and less than 3.2 W power consumption (at room temperature) Tau SWIR has the SWaP that OEMs need.

RADOX® Cable Technology RADOX® Cable Technology

HUBER+SUHNER’s RADOX®, or “radiation X-linked” technology, describes the process of crosslinking thermoplastic polymers by means of electron beams. This technology is used to improve the thermal, mechanical, and chemical properties of cable insulation materials. RADOX® cables do not melt, possess better abrasion resistance and greater cut resistance than conventional cables and, even with thinner insulation, are much more resistant to various environmental factors.

Water Network Modeling And Analysis Water Network Modeling And Analysis

Reliably delivering clean, potable water to customers is at the core of what every water utility does. Making this happen is a heroic effort, though, and requires constant attention to be able to fully understand how the system behaves, identify problems, and choose the best course of action to address the needs of the customers and the needs of the utility. Our tools are designed specifically to help engineers analyze and design water distribution systems.

DynaSand® EcoWash® DynaSand® EcoWash®

The Parkson DynaSand® EcoWash® Filter is a unique system that filters liquid suspensions to the designed effluent quality, while at the same time cleaning the sand bed so the filter is not shut down during the backwash time. Feed water is passed upwards through the sand bed and exits the top of the filter as clean water. At the same time, sand can be removed from the bottom, cleaned and returned to the top.  A small portion of the filtered water is used to wash the sand and leaves the filter as a reject stream.

Treatment Plant Design And Analysis Treatment Plant Design And Analysis

Water and wastewater treatment plant design is a large scale, complex engineering effort requiring a design team, often spread across many offices, and involving collaboration between different consulting firms, contractors, and owners. Bentley’s solution creates multi-discipline 3D models that can optimize project delivery and improve the management of infrastructure asset information as the project passes from design into construction and ultimately through to operations.

Flow Measurement Flow Measurement

One for all - Endress+Hauser's multivariable metering. The ability to measure several process variables all at the same time opens up completely new application fields.

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WATER REUSE VIDEOS

Laying The Blueprint For 'One Water' Management Laying The Blueprint For 'One Water' Management

Partnering with the Water Research Foundation, Brown and Caldwell has developed the Blueprint for One Water — a user-friendly document for the practical application of 'One Water' planning. According to Lisa Skutecki, Brown and Caldwell's Southern California Water Resources Group Manager, 'One Water' is the concept of breaking down barriers across the water sector.

The Expanding Role Of Ozone The Expanding Role Of Ozone

As water reuse becomes increasingly common, more utilities will get to know ozone. To explain its role in water treatment schemes, Water Talk welcomed Jim Lauria, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Mazzei Injector Company, and Ben Kuhnel, Senior Project Manager for Arcadis. Learn how ozone works in concert with other processes to safely recycle water and treat contaminants of emerging concern — even in mobile/on-site applications.

What's Next For Water Reuse? What's Next For Water Reuse?

Steve Katz, Market Development Manager at SUEZ, explains how water reuse is being looked at differently today than it was even five years ago. Meanwhile, the stresses on water supply — increasing demand from industry and population growth, often in the face of drought — become more pressing with each passing year. Fortunately, water reuse is on the rise as public perception shifts and treatment technology advances.

Calculating The Cost Of Water Reuse Calculating The Cost Of Water Reuse

The adoption of water reuse can be unavoidable due to water scarcity, but it may also be a choice. And when it comes to choices, cost is usually a deciding factor. Gary Hunter, Senior Wastewater Process Engineer with Black & Veatch, helps make sense of the dollars required for recycled water schemes in this Water Talk interview.

The Sound Of Water Reuse The Sound Of Water Reuse

Want to hear some good news on water reuse? Listen to this Water Talk interview with Christina Brown, Director of Program Management at Brown and Caldwell, to learn about the EchoWater project, which will allow the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District — the largest inland discharger west of the Mississippi — to reuse half of their discharge while also reducing nitrogen loading into the Sacramento River.

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