Environmental data allows organizations to manage and monitor their compliance with greenhouse gas regulations, the Clean Air Act, the Clean Water Act, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, and many others. Additionally, many companies must generate and report environmental data to uphold permits which allow them to conduct their business.
The purpose of fast determination of oxygen in dry chlorine is to verify the chlorine oxygen specifications, as well as to keep control of the oxygen-chlorine-ethylene explosion triangle. The technology behind AppliTek’s analyzer system for the fast determination of oxygen in wet chlorine is qualified as Best Available Technology (BAT) as defined by US Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act, as well as European directive 96/61/EC.
The purpose of fast determination of oxygen in wet chlorine is twofold: verification and control of membrane oxygen permeation, as well as to keep control of the oxygen-chlorine-ethylene explosion triangle. The technology behind AppliTek’s analyzer system for the fast determination of oxygen in wet chlorine is qualified as Best Available Technology (BAT) as defined by US Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act, as well as European directive 96/61/EC.
The U.S. Clean Water Act outlines hundreds of parameters for testing wastewater for discharge. It also gives an in-depth explanation of a wide variety of fines from several thousand dollars to over fifty million dollars. Keeping wastewater treated properly and within federal standards can save your organization money and time.
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Nitrate is a “primary contaminant” under the EPA’s Safe Drinking Water and Clean Water Acts. Phosphate measurement is required by many NPDES permits. Both nitrate and phosphate are important plant nutrients, but cause serious problems when too much ends up in our water. The US EPA has set the maximum allowable level for nitrate at 10.0ppm Nitrate-N.
Sewer management is crucial to the sustainability of life. It is necessary to properly discharge wastewater clinically and efficiently. Failure in wastewater systems will cause major implications in the future. The population is increasing, and larger volumes of wastewater put additional strain on existing sewer infrastructure. Each year there are nearly 75,000 such overflows in the United States, discharging approximately 900 billion gallons of untreated sewage into lakes, streams, and rivers. This affects our...
There are many cleaning applications in textile manufacturing and industrial textile laundering. In textile factories, manufacturing equipment, accessories, water recycling system filters, and wastewater filters must all be cleaned and maintained in order to keep the plant running efficiently. Minimizing downtime, by using the safest, most economical and environmentally friendly products that clean effectively, is critical. Returning filter system flux rates back to 100% is also important and can be accomplished...
ChemScan is now an In-Situ brand. With our recent acquisition of this leading manufacturer of chemical analyzers for water and wastewater monitoring and control, we now offer a complete monitoring solution that includes analysis systems, multiparameter sondes, drift-resistant sensors, flow meters, and data services for our municipal customers.
Intelex’s environmental, health and safety and quality software solutions support government organizations around the world in their efforts to provide excellent service, ensure clean, safe drinking water, mitigate environmental impacts and exceed health and safety standards.
Choose Enzymes for Your Next Citizen Science Project or Home Analysis for Reliable Results
Our on-site test kits are simplified versions of our validated laboratory methods, pre-measured and pre-calculated so that once samples are collected, testing is a breeze. Our new handheld photometer interfaces with mobile Android devices, so you can take the lab with you. Easily share and upload data for a collaborative study with the confidence that data collected is reliable and accurate.
Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) is used as a measure of organic pollutants in water. In wastewater treatment, it indicates the efficacy of a treatment process and is expressed in milligrams per litre (mg/L) or parts per million (ppm). Removing certain fractions of COD in waste streams can be particularly challenging, especially to levels safe for discharge to the environment.
Organic Micro-pollutants are low and trace levels of synthetic organic substances released in water through human activity. They can be found in industrial, agricultural and domestic wastewater streams. Some of the most difficult-to-treat wastewater contains micro-pollutants such as persistent organic pollutants (POPs), herbicides and pesticides, personal care products (PCPs), toxic chemicals, carcinogenic and endocrine disruptive compounds (EDCs), and emerging contaminants.
As a wastewater treatment solutions provider, USALCO® offers a complete aluminum portfolio to municipalities and companies to treat sewage and industrial waste. Much of wastewater produced today is contaminated with both soluble and insoluble impurities such as suspended solids, organics, pathogens, metals, nutrients and other priority pollutants that must be removed prior to discharge back into the environment. Federal, state, and local governments have created stringent environmental laws which define the...