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  • Waste Water Batch Treatment System

    Industrial Wastewater Treatment Batch Treatment Systems (BTS) are intended for lower daily volumes of wastewater typically less than 10,000 gallons per day and designed to “batch” treat wastewater from start to finish at one time. In a batch treatment system, a volume of wastewater is gathered, treated by chemical / physical / biological means, and discharged. Storage ...


    By Water Innovations, Inc

  • Travels with Paul: Breweries and Water Sites

    Each month we’re going to show you what the Partech team have been up to and today we’re sharing the recent adventures of our sales engineer, Paul! Paul’s on the road a lot and so we managed to pin him down to tell us what he’s been up to. Paul started the month of January by visiting Thames Water in Oxford to discuss the way in which they’re using ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • Dee valley water - Case Study

    atg UV drives value & performance into ageing UV systems for Dee Valley Water atg UV Technology were selected by Dee Valley Water to increase performance and drive value into their existing UV treatment facility by retrofitting their existing Ultraviolet disinfection treatment plant with two state of the art atg UV Technology Ultraviolet disinfection systems, ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Monitoring Water Resources Beyond Irrigation

    Over the past year, California’s governor has taken unprecedented action, requiring Californians to drastically cut potable urban water use. While the restrictions may seem harsh to some, it actually provides an opportunity for building managers and community association boards to implement an effective long-term water conservation program. And the result can be significant dollar savings. ...


    By WaterSignal

  • The Effects of Intermittent Supply on Water Distribution Networks

    The world’s population is increasing at a tremendous rate, the world’s renewable water resources are reducing rapidly, the gap between supply and demand is widening with urbanisation and climate change making it even wider. This paper reviews how the Water Board of Lemesos, Cyprus, a water utility with a proven history of managing extremely well its distribution network, was forced ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • WINNET (Water Innovation Network) - Case Study

    Project WINNET (Water Innovation Network) Client The Utrecht local authorities of De Bilt, Woerden, Zeist, Houten and the Higher Water Board 'De Stichtse Rijnlanden'. Country The Netherlands Background and objective Nowadays, local authorities have a duty of care with respect to urban ...


    By Eijkelkamp Soil & Water

  • Water and Wastewater Finance and Pricing: The Changing Landscape

    This new edition of Water and Wastewater Finance and Pricing: The Changing Landscape analyses the process for developing an effective financial plan, focusing on components such as public and private sector financing, credit facilities, system development charges, interest rates, cost of debt issuance, and market conditions. Fully revised throughout, with new coverage of water reuse ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Nanofiltration As a Post-Treatment at a Conventional Water Treatment Plant

    Introduction The Clifton Water District (Colorado) covers roughly 20 square miles stretching east of Grand Junction to Palisade, and extending south from I-70 to the Colorado River. The District has approximately 7,400 service connections serving a population of 30,000. Utilizing the Colorado River as its primary source, the District's Charles A. Strain Water Treatment Plant has a capacity of 12 ...


  • Arguments for involving the public in water management: evidence from local and regional water plans in the Netherlands

    Public participation has become increasingly important in the water sector. However, the question remains as to what exactly is meant by participation. This paper explores the different ways that participation is understood in local and regional water plans and visions in the Dutch water sector. Partly driven by the key role played by participatory water management under the European Water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Dependable Pretreatment for UF Membrane Water Treatment System

    Lake Forest is a small upper class community along the west shore of Lake Michigan about 35 miles north of downtown Chicago, IL. In 1890 a group of residents started the Lake Forest Water Company on the present site to provide water for the residents of the community. Prior to the spring of 2004, the Lake Forest Water Plant provided traditional water treatment. Coagulating chemicals were added to ...

  • A Quick Solution: Modular Waste Water Treatment

    Rust corrodes materials and may lead to impurities. As a result, there is a demand across most sectors for components that are protected against corrosion. Cantin SA, headquartered in Domdidier in Switzerland, specializes in the metalworking of rust-proof materials. The company produces complete products and individual components for many different sectors, from medical technology through the ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

  • On Site Bioremediation Of Oily Ballast Waters Of Ships and Tankers

    A poster presentation was made at the International Ballast Water symposium held in London, UK Paper discusses application of bioremediation products for ship board remediation of oily ballast water on ships and tankers and presents some case studies on bioremediation of industrial oily waste. Abstract Discharge of oily wasie ballast waier is a perpetual problem for most types of ...


    By Sarva Bio Remed, LLC

  • Signs You Need a New Water Pump

    Motor vehicles are built upon small parts doing big jobs. Consider your engine. It is likely the most important machine within your car, truck, or SUV, but it is not made up of one or two components, but thousands. Some engines have over 14,000 different parts to keep them operational. If just one of these parts, such as the water pump, fails, then the entire engine could grind to a halt. ...


    By IndustrialZone

  • Cities are finally treating water as a resource, not a nuisance

    From Houston to Melbourne, the surprising ways urban areas are dealing with water woes Memorial Day barbecues and parades were thwarted this year in Houston when a massive storm dumped more than 10 inches of rain in two days, creating a Waterworld of flooded freeways, cars, houses and businesses, leaving several people dead and hundreds in need of rescue. ...


    By Ensia

  • Anglian water Cryptosoridium outbreak - Case Study

    Pitsford Drinking Water Site, England In June 2008, a rabbit was located in the wash water tank at the Pitsford Drinking Water Plant of Anglian Water, leading to contamination of the treatment works with Cryptosporidum, a chlorine resistant parasitic micro-organism. The parasite was detected on June 24 and, following consultation with health and local authorities, a notice to boil ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Integrating quality and cost of surface raw water: Upper and Middle Vaal Water Management Areas South Africa

    The user-pays principle encourages use of a water tariff structure that incorporates pollution and/or depletion of a water resource because that water represents a capital resource base. Development of a tool that models variability of surface raw water quality in order to predict cost of treatment thus makes economic sense. This paper forms the backbone for an on-going doctoral study in South ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The Effectiveness of Intrawell ground water monitoring statistics

    Abstract   The reality of the new statistical evaluation requirements for ground water at Subtitle D facilities are being felt nationwide. All too often these requirements are resulting in unnecessary increases in ground water monitoring costs and erroneous indications of facility impacts. For example, a common situation faced by many older facilities is that there is ...


    By Sanitas Technologies

  • A risk management approach for trunk water mains

    The supply of water from source to customer relies on a pipe network system graduated from large pipes at sources, down to small pipes servicing houses. The larger pipes in this system termed Trunk Mains, represent the prime assets of water systems. Failure of trunk mains can cause loss of service to large populations for extensive periods and significant damage to property and social fabric. A ...


    By Innovyze

  • 12 strategies for moving from water scarcity to abundance

    How did a country that’s 60 percent desert achieve water security? In about 10 years, beginning shortly after the new century, Israel went from scarcity of water and fear of drought to abundance and independence from climate conditions. This dramatic change was made possible by the 70 years that preceded it in which a cadre of often brilliant engineers, scientists and ...


    By Ensia

  • Harpersville town water treated with eco-friendly scalewatcher

    The population of the small Alabama town of Harpersville is enjoying improved water quality, with less limescale corroding pipework and water-fed equipment, following the installation of the award-winning ScalewatcherÒ computerized, electronic water conditioner.  Within two weeks of the industrial Scalewatcher system being installed, local residents were contacting Harpersville Water ...

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