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  • Recycling cooling water protects the environment

    Siemens has received an order from Slovakia Steel Mills (SSM) in Strážské, Slovakia, to supply a water treatment plant for its new steelworks. The plant will treat the water used for direct and indirect cooling and is scheduled to come on stream by the end of 2010. The order is worth some ten million euros. The mini mill of Slovakia Steel Mills in Strážské is designed ...

  • OilGuard water monitoring system

    The OilGuard from SIGRIST-PHOTOMETER AG is the result of more than 15 years experience with online Oil-in-Water monitoring systems. The instrument has been developed in close cooperation with the oil industry and combines proven UV-Fluorescence technique with valuable features for an easy and reliable operation. These features include a proven contact-less measurement, which drastically reduces ...


    By Sigrist-Photometer AG

  • Brownfield remediation combined with sustainable heating and cooling of buildings

    Pioneering methods used in the Netherlands combine remediation of brownfield sites with the use of groundwater for heat cold storage (HCS, or ATES: Aquifer Thermal Energy Storage) to achieve both low-cost remediation and sustainable use of energy. A new study demonstrates how HCS can be used to help decontaminate groundwater on brownfield sites. In recent years, there has been a major increase ...

  • Xylem launches new ‘FerryBox’ water quality monitor

    Xylem Analytics UK and Aanderaa Data Instruments have launched a new marine water quality monitor which has been designed to enable wider deployment of water quality sensors on ferries and other marine vessels. The ‘SOOGuard’ will be launched at Ocean Business 2013 in April and Xylem’s David Goldsmith says: “In order to encourage the operators of ferries to allow the ...


    By Xylem Analytics

  • BAS begins monitoring waters under largest ice shelf in Antarctica

    It was 1914 when the famed British explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton advertised for crew to attempt the first trans-continental crossing of Antarctica. “Small wages, bitter cold, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, safe return doubtful,” he wrote. A hundred years later, some things haven’t changed—and many things have. In spite of its bitter cold and long ...


    By RBR Ltd.

  • Highly accurate NIVUS flow meter awarded MCERTS

    An advanced water/wastewater flow meter from NIVUS UK has been awarded MCERTS product certification by SIRA, the body which manages MCERTS on behalf of the Environment Agency of England and Wales (EA). The NIVUS OCM Pro CF (incorporating POA Sensor) Echo Profile Flowmeter is an area velocity flow meter which employs the cross correlation principle to deliver highly accurate open channel flow ...


    By NIVUS GmbH

  • Power industry to spend more than $22 billion for water flow and treatment next year

    The power industry will spend over $22.8 billion in 2014 for equipment and chemicals to transport, treat and control water and wastewater. This is the conclusion reached by McIlvaine through aggregating forecasts in nine of its market reports. (www.mcilvainecompany.com) These expenditures will be generated by coal, nuclear, gas and hydro plant operators. The ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Intelligent cooling tower control system eliminates excess chemical feeds to cut costs

    Plant operators with Cooling Towers who struggle with the twin demands of continuously reliable operation versus maintenance costs will find the new rack-mounted Model 2122 Cooling Tower Control System from Electro-Chemical Devices, Inc., reduces waste and cost by eliminating expensive excess chemical feeds.Water-based wet Cooling Towers are commonly made of concrete, steel, or fiberglass and ...


    By McCrometer, Inc.

  • Analytical Technology’s A15/79 Monitor Achieves Precise and Reliable Measurements of Chlorine in Water

    (5 November 2007) Analytical Technology Inc, (ATi) announces that its A15/79 Total Chlorine Monitor is capable of accurately measuring residual chlorine even in wastewater using a unique non contact sensing technique that provides significant advantages over traditional systems. Total chlorine measurements are essential in order to ensure safe levels of chlorine in water effluents, as excessive ...

  • Custom Engineering Solution to Dissolved Oxygen Monitoring at Drax

    After extensive proving trials, six novel Dissolved Oxygen meters, one for each of the huge generators at Drax Power Station, have been supplied by Camlab Ltd (Cambridge), exclusive UK distributors for Swan Analytical Instruments. Close monitoring of dissolved oxygen in the de-ionised water used to cool the generators is necessary to protect against corrosion of the cooling systems in a power ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • WaterSignal Installs Monitoring System on Bank of America Plaza in Atlanta

    In the midst of extreme drought and rising water rates, WaterSignal – a water conservation technology company – announces the installation of nine systems on Bank of America Plaza, a 55-story high rise building in Atlanta, GA. Towering at an impressive 1,023 ft., Bank of America Plaza is the 10th tallest building in the United States and the tallest building in Georgia. ...


    By WaterSignal

  • Watson-Marlow OEM pumps help meet rising demand for chlorine monitors

    A specialist manufacturer of water quality measurement and monitoring systems is using peristaltic pump technology from Watson-Marlow Pumps Group for use in chlorine monitoring equipment after similar pumps were found less reliable. With customers that include water, industrial and pharmaceutical companies, Analytical Technology Inc (ATI) designs and manufactures its products in Pennsylvania, ...

  • Singapore’s used-water superhighway

    One of the world’s largest and most innovative water treatment projects is the Changi water reclamation plant, opened in June by the Public Utilities Board, Singapore's national water agency. The plant at the heart of Singapore's massive deep tunnel sewerage system is powered in large part by ABB. Singapore's deep tunnel sewerage system won its second international award in less than 12 months ...


    By ABB

  • Bundamba Advanced Water Treatment Plant Begins to Produce Recycled Water

    Brisbane, Australia (August 31, 2007) – The Bundamba Advanced Water Treatment (AWT) plant near Brisbane has produced purified recycled water for the first time, achieving a significant milestone for Australia’s largest recycled water scheme, the visionary $2.4 billion Western Corridor Recycled Water project. The purified recycled water from Bundamba AWT plant was piped from the plant via a ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Hach Company Presents Water Quality Solutions at IFT

    Monitor raw water, CIP, in-process applications, and wastewater more effectively Loveland, Colorado - Hach Company, the leader in water quality analysis, will present several lab and process instrumentation solutions for monitoring water safety, product quality, and wastewater discharge at the FoodSmarts IFT 2007 Annual Meeting and Food Expo. Monitoring the quality of water used for washing, ...

  • Ten ways to save water this holiday weekend

    Fourth of July weekend is here, which to us at WaterSignal means even more opportunities to save water. While you gear up for the holiday weekend, save water and money with these ten water saving tips: 1.) Buy recycled paper products: Products made from 100 percent recycled paper require much less water in their manufacturing than those made from virgin paper. 2.) Let your grass grow: ...


    By WaterSignal

  • New Walkerton Clean Water Centre to be Green

    The Walkerton Clean Water Centre, a world class training and education centre on drinking water and water quality management based in Walkerton, Ontario, is aiming for LEED accreditation for its new facility. Established in 2004, the Centre features a state-of-the-art technology demonstration facility, providing a unique opportunity for hands-on training and serving as a practical ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Contaminated water still troubles Japan nuke plant

    The radioactive water that has accumulated at Japan's crippled nuclear power plant remains the biggest problem hampering the cleanup process three years after the disaster. The Fukushima Dai-ichi plant has stabilized substantially since the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami destroyed its power and cooling system, triggering meltdowns. Massive amounts of water are being used to cool the ...


    By Associated Press

  • Culligan’s® New HE Water Softener Cuts Water, Salt and Energy Usage up to 46 Percent1

    Water is one of the most overlooked utilities in our homes, and new research by the Water Quality Research Foundation (WQRF) shows that highly efficient water use could be one of our greatest money and energy saving measures. The WQRF study – “Evaluation of Relative Effects of Hardness, Detergent Dose and Temperature to Evaluate Stain Removal ...


    By Culligan Matrix Solutions

  • Pentair launchess new electronic water purification system to the North American water industry today at the WQA

    LAS VEGAS, March 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Pentair Residential Filtration, LLC, a subsidiary of Pentair, Inc. (NYSE: PNR), a global leader in water treatment solutions, will launch its new electronic water purification system to the North American water industry today at the WQA Aquatech ...


    By Pentair, Inc.

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