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Can wetlands save Saint-Louis from drowning?

by Wetlands International  (Oct. 1, 2015)

Tackling the biggest coastal resilience challenge in West Africa The Senegal River is the second largest river in West Africa and forms the natural border between Senegal and Mauritania for much of its course as it flows west towards the Atlantic Ocean. At the coastal delta it flows past the low river banks of the city of Saint-Louis. From ...

City Water International explains The Basics of Water Filtration

by City Water International  (Sep. 28, 2015)

The Basics of Water Filtration Most of us know that filtered water is healthier than tap water because of its purity, but how does water filtration work? The basic principle is that filtered water has passed through a filter which removes contaminants through one of several methods, depending on the type of filter. Most water purification systems ...

Cooling Towers - AZUD filtration solutions for the Healthcare Center in the Zayed Sports City, Abu Dhabi.

by Sistema Azud, S.A.  (Sep. 24, 2015)

AZUD supplies the better solution for the treatment of the water used in the cooling systems of one of the most important hospital of the Persian Gulf. Background The Healthpoint of Zayed Sports City is one of most important Healthcare Centers of Abu Dhabi. It has international agreements as the one signed with the Manchester City Football Club. ...

Water treatment in the industrial cooling systems

by Sistema Azud, S.A.  (Sep. 24, 2015)

Protect your installation against corrosion, sedimentation and biological growing. AZUD filtration solutions remove a high percentage of the suspended solids in water, making easierthe maintenance labours of the installation and reducing the energy ...

Understanding the True Cost of Water

by Environmental Leader - Fast Trike Media LLC.  (Sep. 17, 2015)

Overcoming Barriers to Corporate Water Stewardship For companies pursuing corporate water stewardship strategies, a common barrier to action is the perceived low cost of water “at the tap.” Water reduction, reuse, and recycling projects often do not meet investment hurdle rates or compare positively to other investments. This also ...

Cities are finally treating water as a resource, not a nuisance

by Ensia  (Sep. 1, 2015)

From Houston to Melbourne, the surprising ways urban areas are dealing with water woes Memorial Day barbecues and parades were thwarted this year in Houston when a massive storm dumped more than 10 inches of rain in two days, creating a Waterworld of flooded freeways, cars, houses and businesses, leaving several people dead and hundreds in need ...

Removal of hydrocarbons from synthetic road runoff through adsorptive filters

by IWA Publishing  (Aug. 19, 2015)

Compact filter systems, which are installed to significantly reduce the load of pollutants from road runoff, are very promising treatments for urban runoff. The objective of this research was to evaluate the effectiveness of activated carbon, activated lignite, zero valent iron, exfoliated graphite, amorphous ferric hydroxide, and activated ...

Development of efficient characterization parameters for activated carbon used in drinking water treatment

by IWA Publishing  (Aug. 7, 2015)

In many drinking water treatment facilities with an activated carbon (AC) purification step, polar and hydrophilic molecules are substances of concern. Many of the current test methods for AC do not really reflect AC's adsorption capacity for these substances. To develop a fast and economically reasonable parameter that characterizes ...

Total and methylmercury partitioning between colloids and true solution: From case studies in sediment overlying and pore waters to a generalized model

by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.  (Aug. 4, 2015)

Tangential flow ultrafiltration was used to determine the partitioning of total mercury (THg) and monomethyl‐mercury (MMHg) between colloids and true solution in sediment overlying (OW) and pore waters (PW) collected in Lake Geneva (Switzerland/France), Venice lagoon (Italy), and Baihua reservoir (China). Overlying water and PW spanned ...

What equipment do I need to perform a vacuum filtration?

by Camlab Limited  (Jul. 17, 2015)

Filtration under vacuum, also known as Büchner filtration, is commonly used to isolate the solid precipitate from a solution. This technique is used in syntheses, for example when a reaction has yielded a solid, or in analyses including gravimetric analysis of suspended solids. ...

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