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  • Who used your water yesterday?

    The answer to the question above boils down to numbers in the final analysis. With more than half of the world's population already based in urban areas the additional demand for core services such as water is overtaxing capacities for water supply and disposal in many of the world's larger cities. And the problem is only going to get worse. The proportion of the world's population that will be ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Reference: Potable water disinfection in Luxembourg nature reserve

    The Obersauer Nature Reserve in the Luxembourg Ardennes is a natural paradise of valleys, wet meadows and forests. In the heart of the reserve is the Esch-sur-Sûre reservoir, which provides water for around 80% of the country's population. Clean potable water for Luxembourg The 3.8 km² reservoir above the community of Esch-sur-Sûre was built in the 1950s in response ...

  • UV LEDs making waves with clean water

    Oxford Instruments systems now facilitate water purification technology With World Earth Day last week I’ve decided to make this weeks blog about how new technology is being used to enhance people’s lives in a fundamental way. The UN recognises that clean drinking water is a global issue with over ...


    By Oxford Instruments plc

  • HF Pure Water VS. The Coffee Borer Beetle

    Recently, HF Pure Water successfully installed a Chlorine Removal System at a small coffee farm on the big island of Hawaii. Like many coffee farms in the area and around the world, the coffee bean crop had been devastated by the Coffee Borer Beetle. An all-out effort was needed to rid the farm’s crops of this beetle as many small farms has had their entire crop destroyed, resulting in ...


    By HF Pure Water

  • Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis Devices, Dubai UAE

    INTRODUCTION In August 2013, Pure Aqua, Inc. designed and manufactured brackish water reverse osmosis devices to a major company in Dubai, UAE to treat well water. There were four BW-1.5K-140 systems each designed to produce 1,500 GPD at a feed water TDS of a maximum 5,000 ppm, it was selected from our ...


    By Pure Aqua, Inc.

  • Bottled versus tap water fact sheet

    Where does bottled water come from? Those beautiful mountain illustrations on water bottles are often very far from the true source of the water inside. Bottled water sources can be hard to track down, as bottled water manufacturers are not required to disclose where the water comes from or for that matter, what’s in their water. In fact, the best indicator of what kind of water ...

  • USA water challenges are many, but so are the solutions

    Many of the nation's water-supply systems need expensive improvements. And in the West and elsewhere, utilities are focused on finding enough water to meet demand. Although the problems are complex, experts generally agree on some basic solutions. PROTECT WATER SUPPLIES Providing clean drinking water starts at the source - whether it's an underground aquifer, a lake or a ...


    By Associated Press

  • What do you understand by water treatment systems?

    Wastewater treatment is a feasible practice that helps to conserve water all across the various parts of the world. Treating the wastewater is important as to save the environment, human and the animal life. Wastewater usually comes from households, dishwashers, toilets, sinks, bathrooms, factories, and industrial units. The wastewater generally contains harmful substances both for ...

  • Diseases That Biological Water Treatment Can Prevent

    Biological water treatment is essential because drinking contaminated water can cause illness. There are many types of contaminants, and the most common are human and animal feces, agricultural run-off, and chemicals. These contain pathogens, which cause water-borne diseases. These pathogens can quickly spread via different methods. Here are some of the most common diseases that can be ...

  • An essential guide to water treatment solutions & its steps

    The scarcity of water is one of the biggest issues faced by the current generation. Due to the changes in climatic pattern, rising number of industrial employments and other commercial residues, the remaining water sources have kept on being polluted, and hence, the level of drinkable and safe water is dropping at an alarming rate. Currently, while the level of wastewater is rising, on the other ...

  • Solar Tech could provide clean water in rural india

    University of Edinburgh researchers are working on low-cost, low-energy technologies to simply and effectively treat wastewater, which could provide clean drinking water to residents in rural, remote areas of India and also stem the spread of diseases. The central material is an inexpensive, coated plastic that relies on light to create a chemical reaction. It absorbs sunlight, then activates ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Where Is the Most Water Reuse Taking Place?

    Water reuse is becoming increasingly important as water scarcity becomes prevalent throughout the world. Whether it’s referred to as water reuse, water recycling, water reclamation, or another name, the resulting purified wastewater can be used in many applications, both potable and nonpotable. In some places, water reuse has been slow to catch on, particularly because of the so-called ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Experimental investigation on water treatment by the combined nano MgO–nanofiltration technique

    A combined system using nano MgO and nanofiltration (NF) membrane was established to purify polluted water in this experiment. The turbidity, permanganate index, UVA254, colony counts and the concentrations of NO3−, NO2−, NH4+, Fe, Mn and Mg of the effluents from each unit of this combined system were measured to investigate the pollutant removal of this system. Based on the results obtained, the ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Spiral-Wound Elements for Potable Water Treatment

    Introduction Any new technology must overcome perceptions of the marketplace, which are not accurate. As a technology moves into new areas of application, new misconceptions also arise. Crossflow membrane technology is no exception. The first man-made, pressure-driven 'crossflow' membranes were made in flat sheet form. This membrane had to be configured in a device, and was first made in ...


  • Mixed oxidant technology treats water in Rwanda, developing countries

    Plagued by a legacy of civil war, ethnic genocide and the HIV/AIDS epidemic, many rural communities in Rwanda lack access to adequate drinking water. Although many inhabitants purify water by boiling, this time-consuming and energy-intensive practice is impractical for most. A water and power utility provides drinking water to the capital, Kigali City, and all urban centers of Rwanda, while ...

  • How Thames Water reinvented its fast sand filters

    World best filter material for purification of drinking When algal blooms put the sand filters under pressure, Thames Water started its own in-house research into new filter materials. Not only did the effort cure the constraint, the use of new filter materials has saved millions in investments. Fast Cleaning To purify water with ...


    By Filtralite - Leca Norge As

  • Radiation Water Monitor in Real-Time and Continuous at Jefferson NL 2006

    Jefferson National Laboratory is a high tech laboratory located on a beautiful campus in suburban Virginia. Their research is centered on their high-energy electron accelerator. Energies generated are as high as 6 Gev continuous with currents up to 200 micro Amps. Where does the high-energy accelerator beam go after smashing atoms in the experimental sample? It impacts into a tank of purified ...


    By Technical Associates

  • Degrémont Optimizes Environmental Footprint for 60 Water Treatment Plants

    Over the past 10 years, Degrémont and GE (NYSE: GE) have helped more than 60 local municipalities and industries, including refining and petrochemical, save more than 40 billion liters of water with GE’s ZeeWeed* membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology. The purified ...


    By Water Active Ltd

  • Report: Circular economy offers solutions to water shortages worldwide

    A shift to a circular economy could help save more than 400 billion m3 of water every year While oceans cover more than two-thirds of our planet, only 2.5% of all water on earth is fresh water. With billions of humans seeking water for their personal, agricultural, and commercial needs, the demand for sustainable water resources is at an all-time high. A recent report by ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Everything You Need to Know About UV Water Purification

    If you draw water from a well or lake and are concerned about its quality, a UV Water purification system might give you the peace of mind your water is safe to use. Households on municipal water systems are not completely safe either, as water main breaks and broken pipes which can lead to water contamination occur frequently. The ultraviolet water purification process uses ultraviolet light or ...


    By AquaBSafe

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