biological monitoring News

  • Enhanced & Accelerated Biological Monitoring for Membrane Treatment Optimization

    A Louisiana water utility turned a challenging situation of severely fouled membranes and labor-intensive operation into a shining example of the great water quality that a well-run membrane filtration plant can produce. In a matter of 10 minutes, ATP monitoring can quantify the biological loading feeding a membrane compared to what is existing, thereby quantifying the degree of fouling within ...

  • LuminUltra`s biomass monitoring solutions for biological wastewater treatment free webinar

    In this webinar (Thursday, February 13, 2014 @ 2:00pm EST) , we'll give you a brief overview of the technology, how it compares to traditional microbiological testing methods and an in-depth overview of the capabilities of 2nd Generation ATP testing in Biological Wastewater Treatment. Sign up today! Learn how 2nd generation allows you to: Detect toxicity ...


    By LuminUltra Technologies Ltd.

  • Principles of In Situ Bioremediation and Molecular Biological Tools for Site Assessment and Performance Monitoring

    Join Microbial Insights and EOS Remediation for a Free Lunch and Learn Workshop  October 20, 2014                             October 27, 2014 10:00 am - ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • New BIOLOG USB Thermograph

    Biolog USB is the best solution for the food industry where it is necessary to monitor the temperature during the entire supply chain of fresh produce to ensure an optimal conservation environment, avoiding the risk of loss of quality of perishable produce. Easy to use Maximun reliability No software Complete PDF report, easy to understand Until ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Funding announced for three Alberta biological projects

    The Climate Change and Emissions Management (CCEMC) Corporation is funding three new initiatives through its Biological Greenhouse Gas Management Program. The program is managed on behalf of CCEMC by Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions. The initiatives include optimizing small methane biofilters for controlling low volume point-source emissions, creating 'activated' biocarbon from wood-residue to ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Continuous toxicity monitoring of wastewater

    Toxicity is the most common disturbance to biological treatment processes – especially for nitrification. The continuous toxicity monitoring proactively protects the waste water treatment plant and hence, secures to keep the plant running. LAR's online toxicity analyzer ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • Better monitoring of environmental pollutants

    One of Mistra´s Idea Support projects has developed a new technique for measuring a material´s chemical activity, i.e., how it reacts with and influences organisms. The technique is simple, cheap and appropriate for both field and laboratory use. Several of the methods that are used for calculating how different chemical environmental pollutants impact organisms measure concentrations of such ...


    By Mistra

  • Soil climate monitoring in Antarctica

    Antarctica, the coldest place on earth, has an area of about 14 million sq. km. About 98% of the continent is covered by ice, which averages about 2100 m thick. This vast ice sheet contains the earth’s largest fresh water reserve. Of the ice-free ground, only 0.3% is available for soils to form. Currently there are seven soil climate stations in Antarctica, which monitor a range of ambient ...

  • AWWA launches new symposium on biological drinking water treatment

    The American Water Works Association today announced the launch of its newest event, the 2013 Biological Treatment Symposium, to be held March 28-29, in Denver, Colorado. Registration for the symposium is now open. The symposium will focus on biological drinking water treatment technology, operations, and monitoring strategies. The leading-edge symposium ...

  • Field stations foster serendipitous discoveries in environmental, biological sciences

    North America's biological field stations have long been home to a rich legacy of research results, scientists say, making them important places for serendipitous discoveries in the biological and environmental sciences. In a paper published in the April issue of the journal BioScience, researchers affiliated with the National Science Foundation's (NSF) Long Term Ecological Research (LTER) ...


    By ScienceDaily

  • DelAgua go Riverfly Monitoring with ARK

    Josie McSherry, DelAgua Account Manager and Saskia Ball, DelAgua Sales Consultant, spent Saturday with Action for the River Kennet (ARK) riverfly monitoring. The ARK riverfly monitoring project is part of the Riverfly Partnership. The monitoring itself is carried out on a monthly basis by ARK volunteers at ...


    By DelAgua Group

  • Continuous Toxicity Monitoring of Waste Water

    Toxicity is the most common disturbance to biological treatment processes – especially for nitrification. The continuous toxicity ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • Air Monitors launches new bioaerosol sampler

    Amidst growing concerns with the health effects of airborne particles, Air Monitors, a specialist instrumentation company, is launching a new portable air sampler which significantly enhances the ability to measure and control biological contamination. The ‘Coriolis µ’ has a new wet-walled cyclone technology that improves bioaerosol sampling for bacteria, pollen, endotoxins, ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Air Monitors targets UK food sector

    The specialist instrumentation provider, Air Monitors, has launched a new division to cater specifically for the air monitoring requirements of the food industry. Sales Manager Colin Craggs says “This initiative has been taken in response to a recent rise in enquiries from the food and beverage markets, combined with advances in measurement technology.” The new division will focus on ...


    By Air Monitors Ltd.

  • Robot fish could monitor water quality

    Nature inspires technology for an engineer and an ecologist teamed up at Michigan State University. They're developing robots that use advanced materials to swim like fish to probe underwater environments. 'Fish are very efficient,' explained Xiaobo Tan, an assistant professor of electrical and computer engineering. 'They can perform very efficient locomotion and maneuvering in the water.' ...


    By ScienceDaily

  • Edinburgh Sensors product of choice for TOC monitoring

    Edinburgh Sensors is pleased to announce its sensors are now being integrated into a number of systems for Total Organic Carbon (TOC) measurement. A number of key global players have adopted Edinburgh Sensors products into their applications and as interest continues, Edinburgh Sensors are becoming the product of choice.   Total Organic Carbon represents a measure of the amount ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • EPA awards Denver-area firm $80K to advance chemical and biological waste technology

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is awarding $80,000 to TDA Research, Inc., in Wheat Ridge, Colo., to develop technologies to protect public health and the environment following potential accidents or intentional attacks involving chemical and biological agents. Today’s Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award is among more than $2 million EPA is providing to 25 small ...

  • Portable biogas monitoring for process control & analysis

    Regular, reliable and accurate monitoring of biogas yield is essential for optimising process performance, treatment and control. There are many solutions and products available using the latest gas measurement techniques however not all are reliable, maintain the required accuracy or assist with minimising potential downtime. Biogas is produced by anaerobic digestion of biodegradable materials, ...

  • Hiden Membrane Inlet Dissolved Gas and Vapour Monitor

    The Hiden Analytical HPR-40 Membrane Inlet Mass Spectrometer series now feature an extended range of submersible insertion probes and flow-through semi-permeable membrane interfaces, specifically engineered for measurement of dissolved gases and vapours in aqueous solution in diverse environments and applications. The systems provide real-time analysis of biological and physical processes within ...


    By Hiden Analytical Ltd.

  • Estuary monitoring agreement benefits Florida Keys waterways

    The South Florida Water Management District entered into a five-year cooperative agreement with Miami-Dade County to continue support for long-term environmental monitoring in northeastern Florida Bay, Manatee Bay and Barnes Sound. The monitoring effort documents how changes in estuary water quality impact seagrass growth off the south Florida coast. 'Our water bodies at the southern end of ...

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