potable water filtration Articles

  • The Power of Reclaimed Water

    Power generation need not be another source of strain on diminishing freshwater resources. Well-established water reclamation technologies are enabling producers to conserve resources and money. Meeting the needs of a planetary population expected to surpass eight billion people by 2025 is requiring more output from fewer resources. In the case of dwindling supplies of ...

    By Veolia Water Technologies

  • The water content opens 2018

    Raw water, hydrogenated water and the oxygen reduction in oceans are the three water themes that have opened this new year Water sector has strongly started the 2018. It has only been a week of new year and water contents have broken into the mass media and magazines. Raw water and hydrogenated water to drink and, in front of this, a more worrying new for the entire population: Water ...

    By Toro Equipment S.L.

  • Rainwater Harvesting Adds Resilience to Water Supplies

    Areas of the Caribbean and Latin American benefit from cistern projects that provide potable water In recent decades, many countries in the Caribbean and Latin America have made strides in potable water infrastructure. The use of desalination has spread to the point ...

    By Fluence Corporation

  • Oil Analysis Helps Water Plant Cut Annual Maintenance - Case study

    The city of Chandler (Ariz.) Municipal Utilities Department (MUD) employs coagulation, sedimentation, active flow control and filtration to produce 60 million gal per day (mgd) of water at its surface water treatment plant. In addition, the system includes 27 wells and 21 booster stations controlled by SCADA. Water distribution is provided through more than 1,200 miles of water main, in excess of ...

    By Spectro Scientific

  • Australian Cities Adopt Wastewater Reuse

    Getting past old attitudes is a key to keeping up with growing water needs ...

    By Fluence Corporation

  • Potsdam Wastewater Treatment Works, Milnerton, South Africa - Case Study

    Due to significant yearly increases in flow, the Cape Town City Council decided in 2004 to expand its capacity from 35 Ml/d (million litres per day) to 47 Ml/d. The older section of the works, which consisted of bio filters, were closed down due to effluent not complying ...

    By BBR Filtration Limited

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