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  • Hach Company Acquires Belgian Manufacturer AppliTek

    Hach Company (hach.com) announced today its acquisition of AppliTek (applitek.com), a manufacturer of online analyzers and monitoring systems based in Nazareth, Belgium. The acquisition was conducted through Belgium-based affiliate Hach Lange N.V. AppliTek is a leading designer and manufacturer of wet chemical and biological online analyzers. The company develops application-specific solutions ...


    By AppliTek NV

  • PeCOD® Analyzer for Source & Treated Drinking Waters

    The revolutionary PeCOD® Analyzer technology measures the chemical reactivity and associated oxidative changes in Natural Organic Matter (NOM). As a result it is more sensitive than TOC and UV254 to changing NOM concentrations. Traditional NOM surrogates (UV254, SUVA, TOC, DOC) may not be suitable for assessing NOM removal in all cases, as they are often calibrated or “tuned” to ...


    By MANTECH Inc.

  • New Drinking Water Methods Approved

    EPA approved 17 additional methods available for analyzing drinking water samples: EPA Method 150.3, Determination of pH in Drinking Water Standard Methods 7500-Ra E and 7500-Ra E-07 for Radium 226 and 228 Standard Method 7110 D-17 for Gross Alpha and Gross Beta ASTM D2972-15B and C for Arsenic ASTM 3559-15D for Lead ASTM D3645-15B for ...


    By Khemia Software Inc

  • New parameters in AppliTek’s range of compact on-line analyzers for drinking water and waste water applications

    In addition to the basic range of water specific parameters, AppliTek recently added a set of new parameters to the cost-effective EnviroLyzer® Series of On-line Analyzers, namely Chlorine Dioxide and Urea. The on-line monitoring of Chlorine Dioxide for treatment programs is an ideal way of controlling reliably and in real-time the chlorine dosing of ...


    By AppliTek NV

  • AquaClear™ drinking water turbidimeter...the choice is clear!

    Attached is a brief product release highlighting one of our primary products serving drinking water treatment professionals interested in the AWWA Conference coming up this June in Atlanta. It is for our AquaClear™ Low-Range Turbidimeter that meets the USEPA requirements for filter monitoring, and does so in a cost-effective, simple to use online package. AquaSensors manufactures innovative ...


  • USGS finds pesticides in Oregon drinking water

    A 2000-2005 US Geological Survey (USGS) study found a variety of pesticides in water samples from the lower Clackamas River mainstem and tributaries, along with trace-level detections of pesticides in treated drinking-water samples collected from a drinking-water treatment plant that uses the river as a raw-water source, according to a recently released USGS report. All of the detections in ...


  • Carcinogenic Pesticide Pervasive in Midwest Drinking Water

    WASHINGTON, DC, September 11, 2007 (ENS) - New federal water quality data obtained by the Natural Resources Defense Council, NRDC, confirms high levels of the carcinogenic pesticide Atrazine in Midwest drinking water supplies. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA, data shows raised Atrazine levels in 94 of 136 water systems tested at the source. Tests were conducted in ...

  • Drinking water of 41m Americans contaminated with pharmaceuticals

    An investigation by the Associated Press (AP) has revealed that the drinking water of at least 41 million people in the United States is contaminated with pharmaceutical drugs. It has long been known that drugs are not wholly absorbed or broken down by the human body. Significant amounts of any medication taken eventually pass out of the body, primarily through the urine. 'People think that if ...

  • New municipal drinking water TOC application note and case study

    GE Analytical Instruments announces a new application note and case study related to total organic carbon (TOC) analysis of municipal drinking water. The application note, TOC Analysis: The Best Tool in a Drinking Water Facility's Toolbox, discusses how TOC’s relevance in drinking ...


    By GE Analytical Instruments

  • Man-made chemicals found in drinking water at low levels

    Low levels of certain man-made chemicals remain in public water supplies after being treated in selected community water facilities. Water from nine selected rivers, used as a source for public water systems, was analyzed in a study by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). Most of the man-made chemicals assessed in this study are not required to be monitored, regulated or removed from water ...

  • System monitors for drinking water contamination on-line and in real time

    INTRODUCING WISE® Water Infrastructure Sensing Equipment On-line, real-time, chemical and biological water contamination detection   Drinking water systems are vulnerable to chemical spills, pollution, natural and man-made disasters, and acts of terrorism.  Until WISE™, there has never been a single, integrated system capable of detecting and reporting biological and chemical ...


    By ECSI International, Inc.

  • New EPA list of drinking water contaminants for regulatory consideration

    EPA is releasing its third list of drinking water contaminants that are known or anticipated to occur in public water systems and may require regulation. EPA will continue to evaluate and collect data on the contaminants, and determine by 2013 for some of them whether or not to propose drinking water regulations. The contaminant candidate list (CCL 3) includes 104 chemical contaminants or groups ...

  • The disinfection system Oxiperm Pro - disinfection system for drinking water fueling of aircrafts

    Düsseldorf Airport Düsseldorf International Airport (DUS) was opened on April 19th, 1927. Nowadays, it is the most important international junction of North Rhine Westphalia. Düsseldorf Airport is the third largest airport in Germany regarding passenger volume. In total, more than 18.1 million people travel from Düsseldorf to 180 destinations in 50 different countries per year worldwide using 77 ...


  • Introduction to the MANTECH PeCOD® Analyzer

    The following presentation provides an overview of the PeCOD® Analyzer. This revolutionary technology provides chemical oxygen demand (COD), biological oxygen demand (BOD) and natural organic matter (NOM) results in under 15 minutes in a Simple-Safe-Effective manner. The PeCOD® Analyzer is being used in over 20 countries already testing COD, BOD and NOM for wastewater and drinking water ...


    By MANTECH Inc.

  • Promega Corporation and AppliTek are teaming to offer advanced technology for microbial pathogen monitoring of process water and drinking water sources

    Rapid and reliable on-line measurement of water quality with sensitivity more than ten times current standards is now available to the water industry. Promega Corporation and AppliTek (Belgium, Europe) are teaming to offer advanced technology for microbial pathogen monitoring of process water and drinking water sources. The EZ-ATP® On-line Microbiology Analyzer by AppliTek now uses highly ...


    By AppliTek NV

  • What`s in your water? Disinfectants create toxic by-products in drinking water and public swimming pools

    Although perhaps the greatest public health achievement of the 20th century was the disinfection of water, a recent study now shows that the chemicals used to purify the water we drink and use in swimming pools react with organic material in the water yielding toxic consequences. University of Illinois geneticist Michael Plewa said that disinfection by-products (DBPs) in water are the unintended ...


    By ScienceDaily

  • Municipal Drinking Water Plant News - Colorado Plant Saves Over $100,000 With TOC Monitoring

    The Allen Water Filter Plant in Englewood, Colorado, installed a Sievers TOC Analyzer from GE Analytical Instruments to monitor Total Organic Carbon (TOC), in compliance with the USEPA Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproduct Rule (D/DBPR). The plant used the TOC analyzer to continuously monitor their influent and effluent water TOC and adjusted their coagulation dosage rate ...


    By GE Analytical Instruments

  • EPA Awards Over $600,000 to the State of New Mexico to Ensure Safe Drinking Water Supply

    The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded the New Mexico Environment Department $605,300 to ensure New Mexico residents have a safe supply of drinking water. The NMED is the primary drinking water agency in New Mexico, and its function is to implement the Safe Drinking Water Act and associated regulations. The funds will be used to provide technical assistance to drinking water systems, ...

  • HORIBA Scientific webinar on Simultaneous Fluorescence and Absorbance for Rapid, Reagent-Free Monitoring of Drinking and Waste Water

    This web seminar describes the advantages of the simultaneous fluorescence excitation-emission mapping and absorbance spectra (FEEM-Abs) method for analyzing mining water, waste water and drinking water. Highlighted features of the method include the capabilities for rapid (seconds to minutes) and essentially continuous monitoring of membrane-based mining water decontamination, biochemical oxygen ...


    By HORIBA Europe GmbH

  • Engineering Performance Solutions Helps Drinking Water Utilities Lower Cancer Risks for Consumers

    Engineering Performance Solutions is currently working with drinking water utilities to help lower cancer risks in the water supply for consumers that they Environmental Protection Agency has identified. Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) November 29, 2012 Engineering Performance Solutions (EPS) is opening its doors to help drinking water utilities maintain important ...


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