water treatment chemical product Articles

  • On-site industrial wastewater treatment

    Priority pollutant behaviour in on-site treatment systems for industrial wastewaters The majority of wastewaters deriving from the chemical industry consist of aqueous discharges produced during the physico-chemical processing of synthetic mixtures involving operations such as filtration, centrifugation, extraction and/or distillation. The wastewater streams, referred to as ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • The biological basis of wastewater treatment

    Introduction This booklet was written to fulfil the need for a simple explanation of the biological processes that underpin wastewater treatment. It attempts to show how the bacteria involved deal with the organic carbon in the sewage. Remarkably, there are just 3 major processes involved, and these mirror exactly the 3 major processes at work in the plant viz: biodegradation, oxygen ...

  • Using Nanofiltration in Beverage Production

    The following article is based on a paper presented in August, 1990 at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Fine Particle Society in San Diego. Soft drink manufacturers, not to mention manufacturers of other beverage products, have always had a keen interest in the water that goes into their products. After all, it is the water that typically makes up 80%-90% of the product. In the past the water has ...

  • Behaviour of brominated and chlorinated flame retardants during drinking water treatment

    Flame retardants are chemicals that are added to plastic materials in order to prevent them from catching fire and to slow down the burning process. Due to the widespread occurrence of flame retardants in the environment, it can be expected that especially the more hydrophilic compounds already contaminate raw water resources of water utilities. In this paper results of laboratory-scale ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Effects of temperature on type approval testing of ballast water treatment systems

    In order to limit the risk associated with invasion of habitats by exogenous species, the International Convention for the Control and Management of the Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments was adopted in February 2004 and may soon enter into force. The International Maritime Organization (IMO) has produced guidelines to assess the efficacy and reliability of Ballast Water Treatment Systems ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Optimizing water management in hydraulic fracturing for shale oil and gas production

    Centralized treatment of wastewater is emerging as a viable solution for long-term efficiency in managing water sourcing and wastewater treatment in hydraulic fracturing. The number of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) shale oil and gas wells in the United States continues to increase. Within the Bakken Shale formation alone, in North Dakota and Montana, upwards of 15,000 hydraulic fracturing ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Optimizing Water Management in Hydraulic Fracturing for Shale Oil and Gas Production

    Centralized treatment of wastewater is emerging as a viable solution for long-term efficiency in managing water sourcing and wastewater treatment in hydraulic fracturing. The number of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) shale oil and gas wells in the United States continues to increase. Within the Bakken Shale formation alone, in North Dakota and Montana, upwards of 15,000 hydraulic fracturing ...


    By WesTech Engineering, Inc.

  • Effect of feed type and other factors on soluble microbial product production and its disinfection byproduct formation during biological treatment of wastewater organics

    Soluble microbial products (SMPs) can act as a disinfection byproduct (DBP) precursor besides natural organic matter (NOM) when source water is polluted by biologically treated wastewater effluent that has SMPs as its main component. Influential factors of SMPs as a DBP precursor were investigated in this study. Model feed substrates were biologically incubated to simulate the biological ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Do You Need a Raw Water Treatment System for Your Plant?

    Determining whether or not you need a raw water treatment system for your industrial facility can be a difficult decision. But if your plant draws from a raw water source (such as a river, lake, ocean, or groundwater), chances are you will need some sort of treatment. If left untreated, what is present in your water source can cause a variety of issues, such as contamination in drinking water ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Bacterial Control in Water - Perfectly Clean Water Without the use of Toxic Chemicals - Case Study

    We believe technology can help create a better future For years the world has been facing an increased pressure on the supply of safe drinking water due to a growing population and demands of industrial growth in many countries worldwide. We have furthermore recognized that outbreaks of food poisoning, from bacteria such as E.coli, Campylobacter, Salmonella and Listeria, can have ...


    By Danish Clean Water A/S

  • GTI Covers Tackle Troublesome Algae at Clarksville Water Treatment Plant

    The Utility: The Clarksville Water System consists of a water treatment plant and a distribution system that serves approximately 160,000 people, making it one of the largest in Tennessee. The Clarksville Water Treatment Plant is situated on an 11 acre (4.5 hectare) site beside the Cumberland River, the city’s source of water, and has an estimated capacity of 28 MGD with peak rates ...

  • What Is a Cooling Tower Water Treatment System and How Does It Work?

    For industrial companies using a cooling tower for its facility, some type of cooling tower water treatment system is usually necessary to ensure an efficient process and long equipment service life. If cooling tower water is left untreated, organic growth, fouling, scaling, and corrosion can reduce plant productivity, cause plant downtime, and require costly equipment replacements down the ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Anglian water choose atg UV for effluent treatment - Case Study

    Client: Anglian Water   Location: Great Billing, Special Operations Site Description: Effluent Waste Water atg UV Technology, pioneers in the design and engineering of Ultraviolet treatment systems have won supplied Anglian Water with two compact, closed chamber, Ultraviolet disinfection systems for the treatment of effluent waste ...


    By atg UV Technology

  • Wastewater Treatment for the Mining Industry

    Sustainable wastewater technologies minimize mining’s environmental footprint Mining for some minerals, including coal, has been diminishing due to increased financial, social, and environmental pressures, both in the United States and abroad. At the same time, mining for lithium and other metals — used in energy storage for electric cars, and wind and solar generation — is ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Treatment of industrial wastewater

    All industries produce some type of waste product, either from production, maintanance or both. These hazardous and non-hazardous wastes need to be properly stored, treated and discharged to a sewer system or otherwise disposed of. Wastewater treatment is a multi-stage process to renew wastewater before it is discharged to the municipal sewer system. The goal is tio reduce or remove organic ...


    By Newterra

  • Biological Wastewater Treatment

    Untitled Document The use of microorganisms to remove contaminants from wastewater is effective and widespread. To choose the right system from the many options offered, ...


  • UK Green water treatment technology scores all over the world

    Fluid Dynamics is one of the UK’s export success stories. Specialising in preventing scaling caused by hard water without the use of chemicals Fluid Dynamics exports over 85% of its production. Chosen for Florida’s “Green House project “ in the USA .. as the preferred water treatment for the Argentine Central Bank ,  and also the City Mall in Jordan Fluid Dynamics ...

  • Taming taste and odor (T & O) problems in a water treatment plant

    Taming Taste & Odor (T&O) Problems Some taste and odors are caused by mineral constituents in the water, e.g. excess chlorine and hydrogen sulfide. However the majority of taste and odor are the result of biologic activity. Spring turnover of lakes and algal blooms are responsible for Blue-green algae (Cyanobacterium), Green algae and diatoms that introduce filter clogging organisms ...


    By Jenfitch, LLC

  • New Products Archives

    Product: PURELAM® A-9000/A-9010 solventless laminating adhesive Manufacturer: Ashland Specialty ...


    By Actio Corporation

  • 3E Helps Amarillo’s Osage Water Treatment Plant Wrangle its MSDSs

    Background Located in the center of the Texas Panhandle, Amarillo offers all the conveniences of big city living in a friendly and small town atmosphere. The city’s 180,000 residents rely on the Osage Water Treatment Plant to provide them with clean, potable water. The plant operates on a 24 hour a day schedule, and has a treatment capacity of seventy million gallons of ...


    By Verisk 3E

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