water well chain Articles

  • Seven Ways Your Facility Isn’t Meeting Effluent Regulations and How to Solve Them

    Whether you own, operate, or help manage a municipal or industrial facility that deals with wastewater, it’s important to understand how wastewater treatment can play a significant role in the overall health of your business, especially when it comes to meeting effluent regulations. This is an important part of the wastewater treatment process to consider, as ignoring it could earn your ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • How green is your supply chain?

    Over the past ten years, protection of the environment has become a household concern and an industrial priority. Concerns about industrial pollution are often linked with the production of industrial waste and high energy usage. However, not just industry but all businesses have an environmental impact – even within the office environment there may be significant emission of greenhouse gases and ...


    By IMSM Ltd

  • Nestlé - Improving product performance along the value chain

    May 6, 2013 By Claus Conzelmann GLOBE-Net, May 6, 2013 - The food production chain uses a large share of the world's limited resources, which is why as the world's ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Beyond the Brand: leaders in supply chain environmental sustainability

    Companies ignore the magnitude of their supply chain environmental impacts - and the environmental and financial risks and opportunities that they represent-at their own peril, writes James Salo. Republished from Newsweek; with ...


    By Trucost Plc

  • Forecast-based analysis for regional water supply and demand relationship by hybrid Markov chain models: a case study of Urumqi, China

    A clear understanding of regional water supply and demand trend is crucial for proper water resources planning and management in water-deficient areas, especially for Northwest China. In this study, three hybrid stochastic models (Markov chain model, unbiased Grey-Markov model and Markov model based on quadratic programming) were developed separately for predicating the available water ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Climate change impact chains in the water sector: observations from projects on the East India coast

    With regional variations, climate change has a significant impact on water quality deterioration and scarcity, which are serious challenges in developing countries and emerging economies. Often, effective projects to improve water management in the light of climate change are difficult to develop because of the complex interrelations between direct and indirect climate impacts and local ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Microbial quality and bacteria pathogens in private wells used for drinking water in northeastern Ohio

    In agricultural intensive areas, drinking contaminated water from private wells is considered an important cause of acute gastroenteric illnesses (AGI), particularly among high-risk populations. In the summer of 2009, the microbial water quality of 180 randomly selected private wells in two northeastern Ohio counties, a region with a high concentration of dairy farms, was assessed. Forty-five ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • Beverage Companies Commit to Addressing Climate Change through Operations and Supply Chains

    BIER Releases Joint Commitment on Climate Change Given the global beverage sector’s share of Global Greenhouse Gases (GHG) is estimated at 0.4%, climate change reduction and adaptation are crucial components for environmental sustainability strategies in the beverage industry. Climate change has significant ramifications for water and energy -- vital resources both within our ...


    By Antea Group - USA

  • Beverage Companies Commit to Addressing Climate Change through Operations and Supply Chains

    BIER Releases Joint Commitment on Climate Change Given the global beverage sector’s share of Global Greenhouse Gases (GHG) is estimated at 0.4%, climate change reduction and adaptation are crucial components for environmental sustainability strategies in the beverage industry. Climate change has significant ramifications for water and energy -- vital resources both within our direct ...

  • The Foo(d)tprint of Food - driving supply chain engagement to reduce impacts

    Almost a quarter of global Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions is caused by the production of food. According to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), agriculture, forestry and land use (AFOLU) is an important driver of climate change, accounting for almost a quarter of total GHG emissions (IPCC, 2014: Climate Change 2014: Mitigation of Climate Change. ...


    By thinkstep

  • Top ten United States retail chains with cleantech initiatives

    Many retailers are not looking at "going green" as just a fad, but rather a new route for businesses to focus on. As consumers become much more aware and start taking on a "green attitude" in relation to the environment, numerous retailers are looking to meet those needs. Today, numerous retailers are implementing a number of sustainable practices that enable them to become much more energy ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Leveraging EHS data and tools for a safer and greener supply chain

    Environmental health and safety (EHS) regulatory compliance programs and strategies, by definition, traditionally have been aimed at preventing violations, fostering safety and reducing risk. New goals for EHS regulatory compliance programs include minimizing the adverse life cycle impacts of products and operations and require integrating EHS practices and expertise into core business processes. ...


    By 3E Company

  • Phosphorus sorption and potantial phosphorus storage in sediments of Lake Istokpoga and the upper chain of Lakes, Florida, USA

    Received for publication October 7, 2007. Phosphorus (P) can be an important nutrient in regulating primary productivity in lakes. The ability of lake sediments to retain P from external sources depends on the physiochemical characteristics of the sediment. To assess the P dynamics in Lake Istokpoga and the upper chain of lakes that drain into Lake Okeechobee, Florida, USA, sorption properties of ...

  • How the grocery supply chain can save £millions from tackling food waste

    New research from food waste prevention experts, WRAP, estimates that 1.9 million tonnes* of food is wasted in the UK grocery supply chain every year. However, 0.7 million tonnes of material, which could have become waste, is either being redistributed to people (47,000 tonnes; the equivalent of 90 million meals a year) or diverted to animal feed. Looking ahead, action to increase prevention ...

  • Detecting Mercury in Water

    Determination of Mercury (Hg) in Water by Hand-Held, Portable Cold Vapor Atomic Fluorescence SpectrometryWater is the most familiar and most abundant compound on Earth, making up 71% of its surface area.[1]It is a vital component for all known forms of life and is the aquatic habitat for thousands of species of microalgae, fish and shellfish. [2] With the presence of running water in our ...


    By Arizona Instrument LLC

  • Understanding and Monitoring Hydrocarbons in Water

    Untitled Document 1. Introduction Oil contamination continues to be a very hot topic, due largely in part to recent catastrophic events with shipping ...


    By Arjay Engineering Ltd.

  • Valuing water to make the best of capital

    Running down resources carries a high price tag. Four of the 10 cities with the highest water tariffs globally are in water-scarce Australia. Among them is Adelaide, which taps water from the River Murray. The Murray-Darling Basin includes half of Victoria and generates one-third of Australia's ...


    By Trucost Plc

  • Determining trace amounts of contaminants in water

    Introduction Pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and pharmaceuticals are a worldwide contamination problem. Several major US water bodies, such as the Hudson River, St. Lawrence River, Fox River and the Great Lakes have been contaminated with PCBs from industries discharging into these water bodies for decades. For example, from approximately 1947 to 1977, the General Electric ...


    By Horizon Technology, Inc.

  • Compost in the mix for storm water management

    Bioretention areas, also known as rain gardens, are increasingly being used to capture and treat storm water runoff from impervious surfaces such as roofs, sidewalks and parking lots. These landscaped areas often feature native plants installed in an engineered soil mixture that includes compost. “Bioretention areas or rain gardens are an attractive storm water Best Management Practice (BMP) ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Water pollution · Canarina DESCAR software

    Natural waters contain micro-organism as well as solutes. There is a distinction between ‘pure’ water, meaning water that is fit to drink and pure water that is a single substance. A water pollutant is a substance that prevents the use of water for a specified purpose. The signs of polluted water are obvious. Poor drinking water tastes and smell bad. ...

Need help finding the right suppliers? Try XPRT Sourcing. Let the XPRTs do the work for you