water treatment chemical Articles

  • Veolia upgrades water treatment plant for Mozambique bottling plant

    Veolia Water Technologies South Africa recently commissioned a new water treatment plant for Refrigerantes Spar Mozambique Lda, a bottling plant contracted to bottle Coca-Cola and other soft drink products in Mozambique. Veolia replaced the entire water treatment plant, which treats a nominal flow of 15 m3/hour (with a ...


    By Veolia Water Technologies

  • Algal blooms in drinking water reservoirs

    Drinking water reservoirs worldwide often suffer from frequent outbreaks of algal blooms. Their water quality degrades and becomes undrinkable. Algal blooms can grow so massive that they are even visible from outer space. Rising temperatures, extreme weather, stagnant water, and excess of nutrients accelerate algae growth. On hot summers, algae can grow very fast ...


    By LG Sonic

  • UF Purification versus Microfiltration, Which Process To Choose For Your Application?

    Anyone who has studied at the very least high school level biology (and paid attention) is familiar with the concept of a membrane, in particular a semi-permeable membrane. Biological living cells are wrapped in semi-permeable membranes that keep their functions separate from the surrounding environment. The semi-permeable aspect allows only certain ions and organic molecules to pass into or out ...

  • HDPE Containment Liner for Waste Containment Project in Peru

    HDPE containment liner is a cost effective geosynthetic product which can meet anti seepage and the chemical physical requirements of fluid barriers, containments, and other similar applications. HDPE containment liner have been used for many years, and has become increasingly popular, ...

  • Automated Optimized TOC using PeCOD Technology

    Almost half of the population of Ontario relies on Lake Ontario for their drinking water. Source water from the great lake must be monitored and protected constantly to ensure chemical and biological agents remain below the accepted limits. Despite best efforts, it is possible that natural organic matter (NOM) can still exist in our drinking water. General methods of determining NOM are by ...


    By MANTECH Inc.

  • Study: Drinking Water Contaminants Cause 100,000 Cancers

    Researchers suggest ways to reduce risks in water sources A new Environmental Working Group (EWG) study of contaminants in drinking water, conducted between 2010 and 2017 in the United States, suggests they may cause 100,000 lifetime cancer cases. The research team of Sydney Evans, Chris Campbell, and Olga V. Naidenko attributed ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • How Grounded AI Could Save $1 Billion in the Permian Water Sector

    The oil and gas industry’s recent and explosive success in the Permian Basin has been a boon to production and profitability for producers as well as to American energy independence overall. Production in western Texas and southern New Mexico is expected to double its current production rate to about 8 MMbbl/d in four years. For perspective, that estimate surpasses the U.S.’s total ...


    By Hart Energy

  • Biological Recycling Of Biodegradable Plastics

    Use of biopolymers for food packaging and serviceware is increasing rapidly, expanding the amount of organic waste collected, recovered and recycled and thus reducing landfill emissions. With growing public outcry and government regulations to increase organics recovery and reduce plastic waste, biodegradable plastics are not just a temporary trend — they will be a bigger part of the future ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Cheap Pond Liner for Fish Farm Project in India

    Cheap pond liner, also known geomembrane pond liner, is an excellent geotechnical product for anti seepage lining  applications that requires UV and Ozone resistance, chemical resistance or high-quality installations. Cheap pond liner is the most widely used  ...

  • MABR: A Wastewater Treatment Technology for the Future

    Passive aeration leads to huge energy savings Membrane aerated biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology provides a revolutionary improvement in aerobic wastewater treatment for a number of reasons, particularly its high energy efficiency and increased treatment ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Ensure You’re up to Speed with Chemical Safety in the Automotive Industry

    The global automotive industry manufactured a staggering 98.1 million vehicles in 2018. In Europe alone, the sector provides direct and indirect jobs to 13.8 million Europeans, representing 6.1% of total EU employment. With chemical hazards present at every stage of vehicle production, coupled with a large workforce, the risk of a chemical spill or splash is high. The manufacture of a car, ...

  • Manufacturer of Water Treatment Chemicals and Water Additives

    Water treatment is a process for treating sewage or modern wastewater and converting it into more acceptable form for a specific end-use. The end utilization of this treated water might be drinking, mechanical water supply, water system, waterway stream support, water diversion or numerous different uses, including being securely returned to nature. Water treatment expels ...


    By Water Chemicals

  • IX heavy metal removal from 35% MgCl2 - Russia, 900 m3/d - Case Study

    Project Description: Lenntech has been awarded a contract for the engineering, manufacturing and assembly for a heavy metal removal ion exchange system, mainly iron should be removed. The system is installed in the Russian Federation. The treated 35% Magnesium Chloride solution is used for the production of chemicals. The water desalination system is equipped withtop brand ...


    By Lenntech Water Treatment

  • Industrial cooling tower - The Netherlands, 2.000 m3/d - Case Study

    Project Description: Lenntech has engineered, manufactured and assembled a SPX Marley cooling tower on a petrochemical industrial site in the Netherlands. The cooling tower is used to cool water coming from one of the chemical processes on site. The cooling tower system is equipped with top brand instrumentation and equipment. The system is completely from European ...


    By Lenntech Water Treatment

  • Demineralisation with ion exchange technology - The Netherlands, 900 m3/d - Case Study

    Project Description: Lenntech has been awarded a contract for the engineering, manufacturing and assembly for an ion exchange system. The factory is located in the Netherlands. The demineralised water is used for the washing of aviation windows. The water desalination system is equipped with top brand instrumentation and equipment. The system is completely from European origin and will ...


    By Lenntech Water Treatment

  • Application of chlorine resistant polyamide RO membrane for household water filtration device

    Chlorine attacks the polyamide RO membrane to cause membrane failure as measured by enhanced passage of both salt and water. For this reason, activated carbon pre-filters that remove chlorine are typically placed ahead of RO membranes in home drinking water treatment RO system. A general home drinking water treatment system employing RO is composed of preliminary sediment filter, activated carbon ...


    By Toray Chemical Korea

  • Oil refinery reduces energy consumption with a Culligan Solution

    Challenge A major petroleum refinery was looking to replace a hot lime softener. Naturally occurring minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium and Silica can cause scale in steam boilers and other types of equipment used in refinery operations. Scale deposits in steam boilers con reduce equipment efficiency and increase energy, chemical, disposal and maintenance costs. Hot lime softening is a ...


    By Culligan Water

  • 8 Painful Points of Chemical Coagulation Treatment Plants

    Water treatment has evolved tremendously over several decades. What used to be as simple as boiling water or filtering through sand has become an entire industry in its own right. Many treatment processes are based almost entirely around chemical processes ...

  • Keeping you at the forefront of innovation

    The water treatment industry predominately uses a number of traditional chemical formulations for the treatment of steam boilers, cooling towers, closed circuits and disinfection of water systems. At B & V Chemicals we realise that innovation is the key to success in any industry, including water treatment. B & V Chemicals has always had a commitment to Research and Development, with new ...


    By B & V Chemicals

  • Control of metal oxide fouling in reverse osmosis

    High levels of iron and manganese, along with large quantities of dissolved gases in the wells created concern for the viability of a conventional desalination design for the proposed City of Camarillo groundwater desalination facility. To identify viable pre-treatment process(es) for the control of metal oxide fouling in reverse osmosis, a 12-month pilot study was undertaken. The pilot study ...


    By Toray Chemical Korea

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