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  • Preventing waste water overspill in sewage pools case study

    Solid's SmartScan 50L provides an ultrasonic solution for effective sewer management in various locations. The waste water department of Jerusalem municipality in Israel is responsible for managing the city's complex sewer system. The system incorporates several sewage pools distributed in various locations, some of them in hard to reach locations. The problems The city of ...

  • Case study - UV systems for spas & hydro pools

    With the rise of health centres and leisure clubs throughout the UK, a key feature in many modern facilities is the inclusion of spas and hydro pools.  As a specialist aquatic application, spas and hydro pools feature high turnover rates, high bather loads, increased turbulence and water temperatures above 35oC.  This combination of factors provides a perfect breeding ground for harmful ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Ultraviolet disinfection systems, the best solution to school swimming pools

    School swimming pools are a valuable asset, and are now present in the majority of high schools and higher education facilities throughout the UK.  Whilst school pools vary in size, shape and usage, many school swimming facilities are facing a common dilemma in their water disinfection strategy.  Existing treatment regimes are often badly designed, under sized or simply outdated, which ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Ozone is Not Just for Residential Potable Water Treatment

    It has been over 170 years since the d iscovery of the ozone (O3) molecule. Since that time, scientists and engineers have been testing and evaluating ways to use ozone in many different processes, from water and air treatment to surface and food sanitation. The evolution was somewhat slow in the early days, taking nearly 50 years before Europeans found, in 1886, that ozone could be used for ...

  • Lowara gets Presidential treatment in ‘The Land of Fire’

    The Flame Fountain, Baku Park, Baku, Azerbaijan Azerbaijan has long been called ‘The Land of Fire’ due to the visually stunning natural gas fires which blaze continuously on the hillside of the Absheron Peninsula.This has proved to be the inspiration behind the Flame Fountain sculpture which resembles a vast flame bursting from the Earth’s surface. The Flame ...

  • Oil skimmers solutions guide: wastewater treatment industry

    Growing Snack-Food Manufacturer Reduces Costs, Recycles Waste A privately held snack-food manufacturer in Ohio expected to increase production of potato chips by 20%, to about 72 million pounds a year. While more potato chips would mean more profits, it also would mean more oil-laden wastewater from washing the potatoes and the fryers used to cook them. PROCESS: When ...


    By Oil Skimmers, Inc.

  • Wastewater treatment facility uses ‘monsters’ to better manage screening, odor and trash

    As wastewater pours into the Cobourg Water Pollution Control Facility located on the outskirts of this Canadian town, it comes loaded with organics, trash, debris and chemicals. A large perforated plate screen system, called a Monster Separation SystemTM, is the plant’s first line of defense and removes all unwanted solids in order to protect downstream processes.Managers at the facility report ...


    By JWC Environmental

  • Methods of Water Purification

    This article is excerpted from 'Pure Water Handbook' published by Osmonics®, Inc. of Minnetonka, Minnesota USA and is printed with permission of Osmonics, Inc. Water treatment can be defined as any procedure or method used to alter the chemical composition or natural 'behavior' of a water supply. Water supplies are classified as either surface water or groundwater. The majority of public or ...

  • Ultraviolet Light Oxidation of Free-Chlorine in Water

    Chlorine is the most frequently used chemical for water disinfection. Many industrial and commercial manufacturing facilities cannot tolerate the introduction of chlorine into the process because of contamination and unwanted chemical reactions. Chlorine affects the flavour and odour of drinks and fluids, accelerates corrosion on process vessels and piping, and can also damage delicate process ...

  • Utilizing unconventional water sources for industrial reuse

    Reclamation and reuse of unconventional wastewater sources for plant raw water, cooling water and process pre-treatment has increased substantially due to increases in the cost of drinking water, recurring water shortages that can impact business operations, and tightening government regulation. Water is required in almost every industrial sector for the processing and manufacture of products. ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Putting recycled water to use in Washington state

    The LOTT Alliance is the regional wastewater treatment system serving the cities of Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater and northern Thurston County (LOTT) in Washington State. The core of LOTT's long-range wastewater resource management plan is production of Class A Reclaimed Water, which is the highest quality of reclaimed water as designated by the Washington Departments of Health and Ecology. The ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • ASTM Standards Help Meet Need for Clean Water

    The new ASTM Water Portal provides a single access point to standards and related information about ASTM International’s diverse committees working to protect and monitor this vital global resource. Clean and safe water is the underpinning of the quality of life for people around the world. Global economies depend on water, whether it’s to support the manufacturing of goods ...


    By ASTM International

  • City utilizes leading edge controls for water filtration operation case studies

    Background “Where the Prairie Meets the Pines.” This is the city slogan for Fosston, Minnesota. It instantly conjures images of a tranquil, natural rolling landscape for this northwest Minnesota town of 1500 residents. Surrounded by farmland and with two wildlife refuges nearby, picturesque scenery abounds. It is here that computer and PLC technology have been optimized. This ...


    By Filtronics, Inc.

  • Golf courses and washing machines: obstacles and opportunities for sustainable water management

    Rising standards of living often boost demand for water-intensive goods and services. Only by managing water consumption — using measures such as water pricing and incentives to adopt new technologies — can we ensure sustainable public water access alongside economic growth. With 19 golf courses already and another 55 planned, Spain's Júcar River Basin offers the enthusiastic golfer a wealth of ...

  • Our drinking water systems are a disaster. What can we do?

    In the wake of the Flint, communities turn to innovative technology and financing to prevent the next crisis. People in developed countries turn on the tap and safe drinking water flows, a dramatic health benefit they tend to take for granted. That complacency was dramatically disrupted last year when children in Flint, Michigan, started testing positive for lead poisoning and the ...


    By Ensia

  • Implementing SPCC Requirements and Storm Water BMPS at a Large Industrial Facility

    ABSTRACTRecently, much attention has been focused on storm water pollution prevention and spill management. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued its Final Rule for Oil Pollution Prevention (40 CFR Part 112) on July 17, 2002, making major changes to the original rule issued in 1973. Facilities subject to this regulation must amend their Spill Prevention, Control, and ...

  • Major refurbishment for Herefords premier leisure club

    Wye Leisure is Herefordshire’s premier health & leisure club. The facilities of the club include 3 swimming pools with adult only and family pool halls, 4 saunas, 3 steam rooms, 4 spa pools, an outdoor area with spa pool and sauna and a fully equipped gymnasium. The Leisure Club has just completed a complete refurbishment of its filtration plant and chemical dosage system which is in line to ...


  • Banham Zoo

    Banham Zoo in Norfolk has solved a long-standing problem with the water quality in its South African Fur Seal pool by adopting the latest technology – ordinarily used in commercial swimming pools.The 35-acre zoo attracts over 200,000 visitors per annum and a key attraction is the Fur Seal pool. It holds approximately 64,000 gallons of water, but due to the size of the Fur Seals (especially the ...

  • Seeking industrial synergies in the French Chemical Valley territory: a methodological approach for decision support

    The Chemical Valley in France, a territory composed of various industrial platforms, is facing sustainability challenges. These business parks are located in the vicinity of strategic resources (water networks, pipeline networks). Their organisation allows the pooling of services, equipment and resources. Industrial ecology reveals existing and potential industrial synergies. Environmental ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Field observations and management strategy for hot spring wastewater in Wulai area, Taiwan

    Hot springs are important centers for recreation and tourism. However, the pollution that may potentially be caused by hot spring wastewater has rarely been discussed. More than half of Taiwan's hot springs are located in areas where the water quality of water bodies is to be protected, and untreated wastewater could pollute the receiving water bodies. In this study, we investigate hot spring ...


    By IWA Publishing

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