WATER REUSE

Aerobic Treatment Of Wastewater For Fish Flour And Fish Oil Company Reuse
Aerobic Treatment Of Wastewater For Fish Flour And Fish Oil Company Reuse

A fish flour and fish oil processing company produces 100 tons of flour a day from fish waste resulting from the broth concentration plant and from drying of flour, washing water, boiler blowdown and cooling towers. The company needed to treat its wastewater and to reduce its water supply costs.

  • Water Quality Testing: Solutions From Catchment To Waste
    Water Quality Testing: Solutions From Catchment To Waste

    Globally, over 80% of the wastewater generated by society flows back into the environment without being treated or reused. Clean water is an essential part of daily life, from catchment all the way through to wastewater treatment, therefore analysis throughout the whole cycle is crucial. Whether in lakes, pipes, or bottles, we can accompany you with our range of instruments, test kits and applications for your water and wastewater needs.

  • Southern California Water District Reduces Polymer Usage 30% With PolyBlend® Polymer Activation System
    Southern California Water District Reduces Polymer Usage 30% With PolyBlend® Polymer Activation System

    Santa Margarita Water District (SMWD), located in southern California’s Orange County, between Los Angeles and San Diego, provides drinking water and wastewater services to over 165,000 residents and businesses. SMWD approached UGSI Solutions about a PolyBlend® Polymer Activation System trial at their 3 A Water Reclamation Plant.

  • What Is The Connection Between Reclaimed Water, Agriculture, And Filtration?
    What Is The Connection Between Reclaimed Water, Agriculture, And Filtration?

    The case for using reclaimed water is strong. Water has become an increasingly valuable (and often rare) resource, and every drop counts. As potable water sources become harder to find and access, people are moving to alternative sources such as non-potable fresh water, brackish sources, or reclaiming treated effluent rather than disposing of it.

  • Cooling Tower Blowdown Wastewater Treatment For Reuse
    Cooling Tower Blowdown Wastewater Treatment For Reuse

    Megalim Solar Power Ltd’s Power Station, located in Israel’s northern Negev desert, will be the first utility-scale solar thermal or concentrated solar power (CSP) plant in operation in Israel when completed. To minimize fresh water usage in the cooling cycle and boiler makeup of the power plant, Fluence designed and supplied a containerized system for treatment of cooling tower blowdown wastewater for reuse and the production of ultrapure water (UPW).

  • Planning For Sustainability In West Virginia
    Planning For Sustainability In West Virginia

    The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) wanted an environmentally friendly method for disposing of the greywater generated by the 336 shower buildings at their showcase camping and training facility, the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve (SBR) in West Virginia.

  • Effective AdvanTex Treatment Offers Cost Savings
    Effective AdvanTex Treatment Offers Cost Savings

    On the small island of St. Thomas, the Mountain Top condominium complex had a big problem: its sequencing batch reactor (SBR) was failing. And a replacement treatment system was needed quickly, because residents relied on the recycled wastewater for use both in toilet flushing and landscape irrigation. 

  • Municipal Wastewater Provides A Solution For A Major Chemical Processing Plant
    Municipal Wastewater Provides A Solution For A Major Chemical Processing Plant

    Water scarcity is requiring large industrial plants to investigate conservation options, including reuse of municipal wastewater effluent, in order to grow sustainably while meeting increased demands for fresh water make-up.

  • Potato Chips In Peru? Headworks Solves A Multinational Food & Beverage Company's Space And Effluent Quality Challenges
    Potato Chips In Peru? Headworks Solves A Multinational Food & Beverage Company's Space And Effluent Quality Challenges

    Although industry only accounts for 20% of water consumption globally (vs. 70% for agriculture and 10% for domestic consumption), most multinational industrial companies are now focused on ensuring they provide effective environmental management wherever they are in the world.  

  • Has The Ideal Biocarrier Finally Been Developed?
    Has The Ideal Biocarrier Finally Been Developed?

    In order to improve the efficiency of biofilm technologies, a high-performance biocarrier has been developed, based on requests for ideal carrier characteristics.

  •  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.

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DRINKING WATER PRODUCTS

cGMP Facilities For Pharmaceutical Manufacturing cGMP Facilities For Pharmaceutical Manufacturing

Providing a suitable cGMP environment for operators to perform either sampling or dispensing tasks in a safe and comfortable atmosphere, the ETL facilities are high class state of the art piece of equipment. Complete with material and personnel airlocks and a downflow booth, the facility operates with a positive pressure to aid in achieving a clean cGMP environment.

Pharma GF-PRO Detectors Pharma GF-PRO Detectors

Designed and built to comply with and exceed FDA and GMP standards and to satisfy the demands of the pharmaceutical industry regulation, Pharma GF-PRO metal detection systems provide the ultimate in fully integrated product inspection and rejection systems for fine powders.

Market Research Report: CTMS Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking (2nd Edition) Market Research Report: CTMS Market Dynamics and Service Provider Benchmarking (2nd Edition)

It’s no secret that technology is continuously becoming more ingrained in clinical trial planning and execution. Use of Clinical Trial Management Systems (CTMS) is a prime example. These systems allow sponsors to stay on top of their clinical trials by providing access to trial documents and data, project timelines, patient information, reports, and more in one centralized system. They’re also able to integrate with various other clinical technologies to better facilitate trial management activities. As technology use in clinical development continues to evolve, ISR aims to help readers stay current on happenings within the CTMS space. We surveyed 110 qualified CTMS decision-makers regarding their insights on topics such as CTMS selection drivers, outsourcing trends, use, and perceptions of providers. Respondents also shared general improvements they would like to see in the next generation of CTMS software and conveyed provider-specific advantages and improvement suggestions for their preferred system. Furthermore, recent users of 25 CTMS softwares rated how well performance stacked up against their expectations on 26 attributes across four categories (Capabilities, Data/Documentation Features, User-friendliness, and Scalability).

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.

HCl/HF Analyzer (Hydrogen Chloride, Hydrogen Fluoride, Water Vapor) HCl/HF Analyzer (Hydrogen Chloride, Hydrogen Fluoride, Water Vapor)

LGR’s new HCl/HF Analyzer (hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride) measures hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride, and water vapor simultaneously and continuously in ambient air or in industrial process flows (e.g., coal and cement exhaust streams) with extremely high precision and sensitivity. No longer do you have to spend a lot of money or wait a long time to measure hydrogen chloride and hydrogen fluoride simultaneously with high sensitivity – LGR’s HCl/HF Analyzer provides measurements every second with sub-ppb-level precision. In addition, the analyzer can report measurements (on a dry and wet basis) quickly over a wide range of concentrations (mole fractions).

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.

Hydrogen Sulfide Analyzer (H<sub>2</sub>S) Hydrogen Sulfide Analyzer (H2S)

LGR’s Hydrogen Sulfide Analyzer (H2S Analyzer) measures H2S in ambient air and in industrial processes with extremely high precision, sensitivity and accuracy. No longer do you have to wait a long time to measure hydrogen sulfide gas with high reliability – LGR’s H2S Analyzer provides measurements every second with extremely high precision. In addition, the H2S Analyzer can report measurements quickly over a very wide range of H2S mole fractions even in complex process flows.

Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Software For Soft Drinks and Breweries Manufacturing Execution System (MES) Software For Soft Drinks and Breweries

The Soft Drinks and Breweries businesses are characterized by high production volumes and the two major production steps of processing and packaging. Beverage categories, especially breweries, include additional functions like fermentation control and optimization, water treatment and energy optimization. Large soft drink manufacturers have started to integrate syrup preparation with packaging to better respond to shifting consumer demands. Volatile commodity and packing material costs representing up to 40 percent of revenues make scrap, rework or downgraded product expensive. In this highly consolidated industry, responding to shifting consumer tastes, maintaining operational efficiency and minimizing waste are critical. 

Harvestainer Microcarrier Separation System Harvestainer Microcarrier Separation System

Self-contained, single-use solutions for harvesting and separating microcarrier cell culture
We leverage our experience in single-use design and engineering to establish innovative technologies for use in adherent cell culture production processes. The Thermo Scientific™ Harvestainer™ BioProcess Container (BPC) is a is a closed, single-use microcarrier separation system that helps increase product yields compared to traditional methods, while reducing clean-in-place and steam-in-place requirements and water for injection usage.

Streamline The Path From Discovery To Cure: Cell Therapy Solutions Streamline The Path From Discovery To Cure: Cell Therapy Solutions

Regardless of where you are in your cell therapy development, here are solutions to help you achieve your cell therapy goals—all the way through to commercialization.

OMNI&trade; Verification (V&sup2;) Portable Test Meter OMNI™ Verification (V²) Portable Test Meter

The Sensus OMNI™ Verification (V²) portable test meter gives you a fast and efficient solution to test the accuracy and performance of your large meters. The test meter will quickly become an important part of your water system’s maintenance operation. Piping and flow pattern irregularities can influence your meters’ accuracy and testing them in-line provides a truer indication of in-service accuracy. With OMNI V² you no longer have to take your meters out of service to test them.

TrialMaster TrialMaster

Your onsite clinical research team has one main job — caring for patients. The TrialMaster Electronic Data Capture (EDC) solution makes it easier for doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to enter and manage their clinical trial data, thereby freeing up the maximum amount of time to care for patients. This ease of use for investigative sites, coupled with state-of-the-art risk-based monitoring (RBM) and analytical tools, means that life science companies can shorten the time to market for essential life-saving treatments.

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LATEST INSIGHTS ON WATER REUSE

  • Innovative Water Use In An Urban Setting
    Innovative Water Use In An Urban Setting

    Rather than waiting on water scarcity and reacting to a crisis, the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is forging its own future, and that of others, by blazing a trail of water-reuse practice and policy.

  • From Australia To California, Log Reduction Credits For MBR Systems
    From Australia To California, Log Reduction Credits For MBR Systems

    Jon Loveland, Global Practice Leader - Alternative Water Supply at Black & Veatch, shares insight on a major development for membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems and potable reuse.

  • Play It Again, Sam: Potable Water Reuse Striking New Chords
    Play It Again, Sam: Potable Water Reuse Striking New Chords

    The phrase “Necessity is the mother of invention” has been definitively traced back to early 16th century England, and even attributed to Plato in the Latin form, “Mater artium necessitas.” In today’s world of water, necessity is also becoming a major factor in rising interest regarding potable water reuse. This is especially true in areas where changes in climate or usage demands have stressed traditional sources of supply, as evidenced by increasing numbers of applications worldwide. For those who work in a water-stressed environment, this article can provide added perspective on specific points of opportunity — and points of caution.

  • CRM Pioneer Now Pioneering Comprehensive Water Recycling, Too
    CRM Pioneer Now Pioneering Comprehensive Water Recycling, Too

    Since 1999, when business people at more than 150,000 companies worldwide wanted to keep better track of their customers — and be more responsive — they turned to Salesforce.com and its industry-leading customer relationship management (CRM) software. Now, companies looking for ideas on sustainability, in terms of water recycling, can turn to the new Salesforce Tower in San Francisco as a leading-edge environmental solution as well. It is estimated that the building’s water recycling system will save more than 7.5-million gallons of drinking water annually — enough to supply more than 16,000 San Francisco residents.

  • Exploring RO’s Inner Net
    Exploring RO’s Inner Net

    A deep dive into reverse osmosis (RO) elements reveals the importance of feed channel spacers for optimal membrane filtration system performance.

  • Emerging Trends In Disinfection: Peracetic Acid
    Emerging Trends In Disinfection: Peracetic Acid

    As regulations on chlorinated disinfection byproducts and total residual chlorine become increasingly stringent, peracetic acid (PAA) is gaining in both interest and usage as a water reclamation disinfectant. Here’s what you need to know.

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From Australia To California, Log Reduction Credits For MBR Systems From Australia To California, Log Reduction Credits For MBR Systems

Jon Loveland, Global Practice Leader - Alternative Water Supply at Black & Veatch, shares insight on a major development for membrane bioreactor (MBR) systems and potable reuse.

Fluence Offers A Revolution In The Economics Of Wastewater Treatment For Reuse Fluence Offers A Revolution In The Economics Of Wastewater Treatment For Reuse

Fluence’s Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology is an innovative wastewater treatment solution which saves up to 90 percent energy consumption. It is the ideal solution for decentralized applications such as rural villages, housing developments, municipalities, hotels, resorts, and golf courses.

Fluence Is Changing The Economics And Accessibility Of Wastewater Treatment Fluence Is Changing The Economics And Accessibility Of Wastewater Treatment

Surrounded by agricultural fields where water is a vital resource, the rural region of Hayogev, Israel chose Fluence’s energy-efficient Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) solution for wastewater treatment suitable for reuse.

How The GE Water Acquisition Bolsters SUEZ’s Resource Recovery Revolution How The GE Water Acquisition Bolsters SUEZ’s Resource Recovery Revolution

One of the more eye-catching events in the water and wastewater industry in 2017 was the acquisition of the GE Water business by SUEZ.  Water Talk caught up to Heiner Markhoff, the new CEO of  SUEZ  Water Technologies and Solutions, to discuss the merger.

Quality Control Leads To Quality Water, Beer Quality Control Leads To Quality Water, Beer

The importance and utility of sensors for delivering precious drinking water — and beer — is of topic in this conversation with MJ Peters of Sensorex. The company provides UVT-LED sensors for monitoring UV transmittance, offering quality control for advanced treatment applications such as potable water reuse. One such application was the AZ Pure Water Brew Challenge, where recycled water was used to make beer.

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