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Drinking Water Monitoring Applications

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    Analysis of Herbicides in Drinking Water

    Herbicides are used throughout the world to combat the growth of unwanted plant life. These polar compounds are hydrophilic, so they may find their way into drinking water sources. While gas chromatography has historically been the preferred technique for analysis of herbicides in water samples, the use of LC-MS/MS for this application is gaining acceptance. This is due to the power of MS/MS to provide detailed identification of multiple analytes, but also in part due to the variety of HPLC stationary phases that are available. In particular, several HPLC phases are available that provide great retention and peak shapes for polar analytes, such as herbicides, even under mostly aqueous mobile phase conditions. The combination of these factors may possibly eliminate need for time-consuming sample preparation.

    By Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany based in Darmstadt, GERMANY.

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    Water & wastewater treatment solutions for commercial industry

    From cutting-edge MABR wastewater treatment to containerized desalination, Fluence delivers cost-effective and sustainable solutions for commercial customers worldwide. Fluence has more than 30 years of experience in the design, construction, and operation of water and wastewater treatment plants for commercial clients, including resorts, golf courses, commercial buildings, and campuses.

    By Fluence Corporation based in White Plains, NEW YORK (USA).

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    Determination of boron in water by fluorimetric method

    Introduction

    The method is designed to measure mass concentration of boron in samples of natural, drinking, and waste
    water by fluorimetric method using the FLUORAT®-02 analyzer.

    By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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    Determination of acetic acid (acetate anions) in natural, drinking, and waste water

    Introduction

    The method is used for the determination of acetic acid (as acetate ions) in the samples of natural water, drinking water, and waste water by capillary electrophoresis.

    By Lumex Instruments Group based in Mission, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

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    Online monitoring solutions for the drinking water industries

    AppliTek manufactures wet-chemical analyzers specifically designed for measuring on a continuous base the quality indices of drinking water, from raw water intake up to distribution level. Our systems have a small footprint, reduced reagent consumption and show excellent levels of detection in compliance with modern standards. On top of that, the delivery of safe water throughout the water cycle will raise the need for efficient monitoring systems detecting in real-time contaminations. `Broadband toxicity`, a non-specific parameter defined by AppliTek, is a prodigiously new and clean technology for safeguarding drinking water.

    By AppliTek NV based in Nazareth, BELGIUM.

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    Water Treatment Solutions for Radium Removal

    Radium is found naturally in uranium ores. It is an alkaline earth metal that decomposes in water and  it is over a million times more radioactive than the same mass of uranium. As a radiological hazard that emits alpha, beta, and gamma rays, it is a carcinogen.

    By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

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    Water Treatment Solutions for Uranium Removal

    AdEdge provides treatment systems for for Uranium removal using AD92 an anion exchange media that is ideal for use in potable water as well as non-potable and environmental remediation applications for removal of naturally occurring uranium. The high efficiency AD92 can selectively remove the negatively charged uranium anion (most often in the form of uranyl carbonate) to below the existing EPA MCL of 30 ug/L. The AdEdge AD92 systems can deliver the needed performance in two ways: (1) via regeneration type systems which use the media to remove the uranium with periodic regeneration using NaCl brine; or (2) as a “throw away” discardable media, which can be discarded when spent. This option maximizes the very high capacity of the AD92. Where on-site regeneration is not available, this disposal option is the preferred option. Disposal options will vary based on federal, state, and local regulations.

    By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Analysis of Herbicides in Drinking Water

    Herbicides are used throughout the world to combat the growth of unwanted plant life. These polar compounds are hydrophilic, so they may find their way into drinking water sources. While gas chromatography has historically been the preferred technique for analysis of herbicides in water samples, the use of LC-MS/MS for this application is gaining acceptance. This is due to the power of MS/MS to provide detailed identification of multiple analytes, but also in part due to the variety of HPLC stationary phases that are available. In particular, several HPLC phases are available that provide great retention and peak shapes for polar analytes, such as herbicides, even under mostly aqueous mobile phase conditions. The combination of these factors may possibly eliminate need for time-consuming sample preparation.

    By MilliporeSigma based in Bellefonte, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Aluminium coverage for potable water storage tanks

    Aluminum domes are the preferred cover for potable water storage tanks. Whether it is an above ground elevated water storage application, the aluminum dome is the most durable and lowest lifetime cost solution for thousands of water districts throughout the world. No other cover design has the corrosion resistant properties of aluminum domes which makes it ideal for tough outdoor environmental challenges.

    By CST Industries Inc based in Kansas City, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) for Water & Wastewater Industry

    Laboratories that analyze drinking water and wastewater form a critical component of our public health infrastructure, guided by criteria in legislation including the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) and the National Pollution Discharge Elimination Program (NPDEP). These facilities are required to handle high volumes of sewage and drinking water to analyze for wet chemistry and microbiology before discharge into community water systems. This requires the facilities to maintain continuous sampling programs, thorough recordkeeping and identification of non-conforming samples.

    By Khemia Software Inc based in Livonia, MICHIGAN (USA).

  • Disposal and Cleaning Equipment for Waste Water Industy

    Drinking water is not the only area requiring flow monitoring. The disposal and cleaning of waste water also requires flow meters. Waste water used to be dumped directly into the soil or an open channel. As awareness has increased, most discharges are now treated to assure long term sustainability. Modern water treatment plants are highly complex systems that require the use of flow sensors to monitor flow velocity in open channels for waste water discharge. Likewise facilities for waste water collection and clarification plants need regular data on flow rate. The use of radar non contact flow measurement and ultrasonic doppler flow meters are particularly efficient. HydroVision can complete flow measurements in all of these areas.

    By HydroVision GmbH based in Kaufbeuren, GERMANY.

  • Water Monitoring and Flow Measurement Systems for Water Supply

    Although there is enough water on earth, its uneven distribution, the rising population and our carelessness drinking water starts to get short. In the future more and more pipelines for drinking water will be built all over the globe. In order to operate huge and complex pipe networks efficiently, water flow measurement and flow monitoring will become necessary. The increasing efficiency of ultrasonic flow meters will make such calculations more and more effective.

    By HydroVision GmbH based in Kaufbeuren, GERMANY.

  • Cooling & Drinkingwater: ATP monitoring of biomass growth in waters

    Monitoring Biomass in (Cooling Tower) Waters through ATP monitoring

    The TOXcontrol can be used for ATP monitoring. Currently our company is doing research for further developments for this application on the TOXcontrol.

    Monitoring the microbial population of cooling towers is necessary in order to maintain the proper operation of the system. Conventional methods for monitoring microbial populations work by culturing microorganisms, a time-consuming procedure that requires days or even weeks of incubation before the results are known. Biofouling can be well-advanced before treatment begins. In addition, it is believed that this technique does not detect the full range of microbial life present in cooling systems.

    By microLAN B.V. - Aqualabo Group based in Waalwijk, NETHERLANDS.

  • Drinking water solutions for the TOC removal efficiency

    Problem: Organic matter (UV254/TOC) in drinking water can react with chlorine to form harmful disinfection by-products (DBPs). Some removal of TOC is achieved through the conventional drinking water treatment processes, while carbon absorption may be used to further enhance the removal of TOC prior to chlorine disinfection.

    By Real Tech Inc. based in Whitby, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Water purification solutions for pure & clean drinking water

    Calgon Carbon`s cost-effective technologies ensure tens of millions of people drink clean, safe water every day. Proven Solutions for Safe, Pure Drinking Water. The very quality of our life depends on a reliable supply of clean drinking water. At Calgon Carbon, we are deeply involved in meeting this challenge. Offering a wide variety of options for purification, performance, and regulatory compliance, we are leading the way in helping communities address drinking water concerns. To learn more about solutions for clean drinking water.

    By Calgon Carbon Corporation based in Moon Township, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Clean drinking water monitoring solutions for wastewater treatment industry

    Continuous on-line monitoring can be used to alarm unacceptable deviations from established control points and to ensure quality standards are maintained.

    By Pollution & Process Monitoring Ltd based in Sevenoaks, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Continuous Monitoring of Nitrates and Other Water Quality Parameters

    Nitrate is one of the most important parameters in assessing surface and ground water quality. Nitrates are naturally present in surface and ground waters in low concentrations, but are harmful to humans and livestock and cause aquatic ecosystem degradation in high concentrations. Nitrates enter the environment as human-induced pollution from a variety of sources, but the largest source is from agricultural fertilizer runoff . Other sources include wastewater treatment discharge, septic systems, and from pet waste. Nitrate is highly soluble in water and therefore readily leaches into water sources, whereas other human associated pollutants, such as phosphates and ammonia, are not transported as easily. This ability to be quickly transported into ground and natural waters such as drinking water wells, aquifers, reservoirs, lakes, and streams, coupled with its health and environmental implications make nitrate pollution and monitoring of major concern.

    By Hanna Instruments, Inc based in Woonsocket, RHODE ISLAND (USA).

  • Groundwater Monitoring for Water Resource Management

    One of the greatest problems facing the planet is the management, conservation and equitable distribution of fresh water supplies. The fresh water sources may be lakes, rivers or ground water aquifers, most of which are now under stress.

    By HERON Instruments Inc. based in Dundas, ONTARIO (CANADA).

  • Drinking water testing

    Water is essential for life. It is part of the environment, being used in industrial processes and available as tap water. To secure the safety of water that is daily available, the amount of necessary microbiology tests to comply with regulatory requirements are increasing and are heavily relying on quick and accurate answers to confirm the identities of a broad selection of important micro-organisms.

    By Bruker Corporation based in Billerica, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

  • Algae control in drinking water reservoirs

    Treating algae in drinking water with ultrasound reduces taste and odour problems without harming the ecosystem. Prevent the occurrence of toxic blue-green algae. Reduce chemical dosage. Products can be NSF/ANSI Standard certified.

    By LG Sonic based in Zoetermeer, NETHERLANDS.

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