turnkey groundwater treatment system Articles

  • Project profile - USEPA arsenic demonstration project Springfield, Ohio – Chateau estates arsenic and iron treatment system

    Background AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected in 2004 by the U.S. EPA and the host site as part of the Round 2 Arsenic Demonstration Program to implement full scale arsenic treatment for the Chateau Estates Mobil Home Community in Springfield, Ohio. The public water system has approximately 230 connections with an average daily flow of 45,000 gallons per day. AdEdge was ...

  • Project profile - Melody Woods Water Company Los Gatos, California iron and manganese treatment system

    Background In February 2009, the Melody Woods Water Company selected and began working with AdEdge Technologies to assist with the design and implementation of a Manganese, Iron and Turbidity treatment system to serve the water supply for Melody Woods in Los Gatos, California. The site has two existing groundwater supply wells that provide drinking water for approximately 53 connections ...

  • Green Ridge MDWCA - Tijeras, New Mexico

    In 2005 AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected to implement an arsenic treatment project for the Green Ridge Community Water System located in Tijeras, New Mexico. The Green Ridge system had been without potable water for three years. Local residents each hauled from 100 to 300 gallons per week to meet their water needs. The groundwater resource in Tijeras was determined to contain high ...

  • Project profile - Naval air station Electronic Warfare Range (EWR) centroid Facility - Fallon, NV

    Background In late 2006, AdEdge Technologies was awarded a turnkey adsorption based system for arsenic removal for the NAS Electronic Warfare Range (EWR) Centroid Facility - Fallon, NV. AdEdge performed this turnkey contract under a Task Order from Barajas & Associates and NAVFAC oversight. Engineering plans and permit application were developed and submitted by AdEdge and ...

  • Barona Resort & Casino, California - Case Study

    In mid 2007, AdEdge was contacted by Pacific Advance Civil Engineering group (PACE) to assist a Native American Tribe in Southern California near San Diego to provide a packaged treatment system for uranium removal. The Barona Band of Indians owns and operates the water system serving the Barona Resort and Casino. Water from three existing wells combines together with an average uranium ...

  • Project profile - Foxxtown Apartments Sudlersville, Maryland arsenic, iron & manganese removal

    Background AdEdge Technologies Inc. (AdEdge) was selected in 2006 by McCrone Engineers and the awarded contractor, Maryland Construction to design, build, and install a full scale AD26GS+ arsenic, iron, and manganese treatment system for their customer Foxxtown Apartments in Sudlersville, Maryland to meet the new EPA arsenic standard. The treatment system was based on the design ...

  • Pump it up

    Aligning itself with a major equipment supplier and dealer helps the company access the tools and expertise it needs without risking too much capital. Aquatech is the distributor for Godwin Pumps of America in Ontario, Nunavut, Newfoundland and Eastern Labrador, all resource-rich territories. A recent purchase of Godwin by ITT Corporation has expanded the lineup of mine sector pumps. The company ...


    By Aquatech Dewatering Company

  • Site Closure Strategies: Reducing Remediation Liabilities & Costs

    Industrial companies face the daunting task of managing investigations and clean-ups at thousands of contaminated properties. In staying abreast of new technology and ever-evolving regulatory programs, companies must address many challenges involving regulations, technologies, and expenses. To successfully manage the costs and risks for each project, it is important to: 1) Focus on the ultimate ...


    By AECOM

  • Overview of seawater desalination status and challenges

    Introduction World oceans contain over 97.2% of the planet’s water resources. Because of the high salinity of ocean water and the significant costs associated with seawater desalination most of the global water supply has traditionally come from fresh water sources – groundwater aquifers, rivers and lakes. Today, however, changing climate patterns combined with population ...


    By IWA Publishing

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