water compliance Articles

  • Modeling and evaluation of compliance to water quality regulations in bathing areas on the Daoulas catchment and estuary (France)

    The microbiological quality of waters in estuaries determines their acceptability for recreational uses. Microbiological contamination often results from urban wastewater discharges or non-point source pollution (manure spreading), and can cause bathing zones to be closed. European regulations (EC/7/2006) have proposed standards (500 E. coli/100 ml) for the acceptability areas for bathing. In ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Environmental Profile of the Water Transportation Industry (Shipping and Barging)

     Introduction The EPA's Office of Compliance has developed a series of profiles or notebooks containing information on selected major industries. These notebooks, which focus on key indicators that holistically present air, water, and land pollutant release data, have been thoroughly reviewed by experts from both inside and outside the EPA. What will you find in this ...

  • Privatization and Outsourcing Storm Water Discharge Requirements: Simplification Through Automated Sampling

    ABSTRACT Kelly Air Force Base (KAFB) is a large industrial complex that is currently undergoing a Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) action. Privatization is occurring concurrently with the base closure and realignment. The base maintains both two Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and two Texas Natural Resource Conservation ...


    By Weston Solutions, Inc

  • AD26 System Performance – Iron / Manganese - Confidential Client - California

    In the early 2004, AdEdge was engaged by Pacific Advanced Civil Engineers (PACE) to devise a treatment alternative for manganese and iron removal for a public water system in southern California. This high demand water supply well was yielding between 180 to 220 gpm. The needs were imminent as the currently designed system was not achieving compliance with the Safe Drinking Water Act secondary ...

  • EPA launches online discussion

    Ever read a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) press release and say to yourself or others, “Gee, why is EPA pursuing that matter - there are a lot of other more important enforcement priorities?” Well, now is your chance to help shape EPA’s 2011- 2013 fiscal years enforcement priorities. EPA launched an online discussion forum on August 31 to receive input on future priorities for EPA’s ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Potable Water Storage Tanks Need Mixing

    There are more than 50,000 municipal water systems in the United States and most of these systems rely on water towers, above-ground, and below-ground tanks to store their treated potable water. Many operators rely on mixing via normal cycling of water in and out of the tank to limit water age and deterioration of disinfectant chemicals. This reliance on "passive mixing" is not enough in most ...


    By Medora Corporation

  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans

    Why Your Railroad Facility Needs One and What to do About It Did you know that that railroad facilities are subject to the Clean Water Act? This includes requirements to have a ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • New York power authority assures compliance and continuity, reduces costs with Essential Suite™

    Not long ago, New York Power Authority (NYPA) faced multiple challenges in its ability to manage critical compliance issues. First, NYPA staff members were recording environmental compliance data across 17 power generation facilities using a manual compliance tracking system with localized project-specific spreadsheets, task calendars, written logs and other sources. The organization needed a ...


    By IHS Markit

  • The Whole Plant Approach to Air Emission Modeling for NESHAP Compliance

    ABSTRACTLong overlooked, the air emissions associated with biological treatment of process wastewaters continue to be further scrutinized and regulated. The common approach is to utilize EPA’s Water9 as a model to present findings and support permitting activities. It is essential when using a model that not only is the facility modeled appropriately, but also that the specific compound ...

  • Maritime environmental management systems: Beyond compliance

    For shipping companies, implementing an environmental management system (EMS) could be the most important preventative measure taken, and the cost of not acting could be detrimental. Failure to comply with the provisions of international environmental protection laws (such as the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships or MARPOL) and national laws (such as the ...


    By ABS Consulting

  • Groundwater Monitoring Water Solids Removal

    Industrial Waste Water Treatment Success Stories Groundwater Monitoring Colloidal Solids Removal Effective Ground Water Solids Removal The ground ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Groundwater Monitoring Colloidal Solids Removal

    Industrial Waste Water Treatment Success Stories Groundwater Monitoring Colloidal Solids Removal Effective Ground Water Solids Removal The ground ...


    By Integrated Engineers Inc.

  • Drinking Water Analysis Guide

    Public Water Systems (PWS), regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), provide drinking water to 90% of Americans. Water systems and laboratories testing drinking water for Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) compliance must be certified and must use USEPA approved methods, which are developed by the USEPA, other government agencies, universities, consensus method ...

  • Enhanced nitrogen removal with an onsite aerobic cyclic biological treatment unit

    Coastal Zone Act Reauthorization Amendments (CZARA, Section 6217) necessitate the requirement that onsite wastewater disposal units located near impaired surface waters or groundwater to provide at least 50% nitrogen removal. Approximately 38% of Hawaii households use onsite systems including septic tanks and cesspools that cannot meet this requirement. Upgrades to aerobic ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Reducing Operating Costs using Efficient Advanced Oxidation Process Design & Optimisation

    For many commercial and industrial operations, looking at ways to reduce water and wastewater monthly bill costs and ensure compliance with both current and future regulations, water reclaim is essential. A major water treatment challenge encountered in the search for new water sources is the reduction of TOC and COD at one or more locations. The purpose of this study is to show ...


    By ESCO International (EI)

  • Regulatory compliance case study

    Service performed: Developed a Task Notification System (TNS) for 11 facilities in the U.S. Summary: As a proud partner of a leading manufacturing of glass, our experts have provided ongoing environmental support services since 2004, with particular focus on environmental compliance and ongoing management of recurring environmental tasks. In order to ...


    By EFI Global, Inc.

  • Mining application - Heavy metals testing in water

    Isaac Plains is an open cut coal mine, in Northern Queensland, Australia. The Isaac Plains Project operates under an Environmental Authority (EA). They needed a field test for heavy metals compliance. The water sources included  potable water, mine affected water, natural creek flows, water releases, groundwater and the receiving environment. The site water management system is comprised of ...


    By ANDalyze, Inc.

  • The Virginia Chesapeake Bay Watershed Nutrient Credit Exchange Program

    ABSTRACTIn 2003, the Chesapeake Bay Program adopted new annual mass load goals for nitrogen and phosphorus entering the Chesapeake Bay and allocated these loads by river basin and state. To help implement and achieve the point source allocations, and at the urging of the Virginia Association of Municipal Wastewater Agencies and the Virginia Manufacturers Association, the Virginia General Assembly ...

  • Developing solutions for today and tomorrow case study

    Challenge: To improve compliance performance, a national foodservice distribution company contracted with Antea Group to develop and implement a corporate-wide environmental compliance audit program throughout the United States.  Faced with an aggressive six-week project completion deadline, Antea Group scheduled multiple local audit teams to ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • NSF/ANSI Standard 61: Certification vs. Compliance

    Brentwood is committed to delivering high-quality products and services to our customers and the water industry. For this reason, we have invested, and continue to invest, in ensuring our products are certified to the NSF/ANSI Standard 61 for water treatment and distribution applications. Certification Before a product can earn NSF certification, every aspect of its development is ...


    By Brentwood Industries, Inc.

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