total phosphorus monitoring News

  • Shimadzu Releases Total Nitrogen/Total Phosphorus Online Analyzers

    Shimadzu’s TNPC-4110 Series online analyzers are capable of measuring Total Nitrogen (TN) and Total Phosphorus (TP) in water. Easy-to-handle and simple-to-maintain, the TNPC-4110 analyzers are intended for use as automatic water analyzers for the water quality regulations currently being prepared for implementation governing TN and TP. These nutrients are monitored as indicators of the harmful ...

  • Phosphorus measurement according to DIN EN ISO 6878:2004-09

    Metrohm Process Analytics presents the 2035 Process Analyzer, an integrated solution for 24/7 online-monitoring of critical chemical parameters such as ortho- and total phosphate phosphorus in wastewater streams. Three fixed ranges are available for Low, Standard, and High TP situations. Phosphorus measurement according to DIN EN ISO 6878:2004-09 Phosphorus ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • Phosphorus measurement according to DIN EN ISO 6878:2004-09

    Metrohm Process Analytics presents the 2035 Process Analyzer, an integrated solution for 24/7 online-monitoring of critical chemical parameters such as ortho- and total phosphate phosphorus in wastewater streams. Three fixed ranges are available for Low, Standard, and High TP situations. ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • Successful trial for new remote Phosphate monitor

    Researchers at the UK’s Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) have conducted trials on the river Thames to evaluate a new remote phosphate monitoring technology (Cycle-P) as part of a high-frequency (hourly resolution) monitoring programme that is studying river nutrient concentrations and how they are affected by algal abundance. The monitoring system ran continuously over the summer of ...


    By The OTT Hydromet Group

  • Phosphate monitor protects Cumbrian lake during restoration

    Novel phosphate monitoring technology from OTT Hydrometry is helping the South Cumbria Rivers Trust (SCRT) to improve water quality during a project to restore a lake in the north of England. Funded by United Utilities, the Elterwater Remediation Project has been created to improve water quality by increasing water flow through the lake and dramatically lowering residency time. Background ...


    By The OTT Hydromet Group

  • Modern Water’s toxicity monitor used for river clean-up research

    Modern Water plc (AIM:MWG), the owner of leading water technologies for the production of fresh water and monitoring of water quality, has collaborated with the University of Central Florida (UCF) to supply a Microtox® M500 toxicity monitor. The monitor will assist with research into advanced treatment techniques which could provide a solution to the removal of Total Phosphorus from the ...

  • Visit us at WEFTEC New Orleans

    Meet & greet us at booth 8602 at WEFTEC in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center from Sunday Sep. 26 through Oct 1, 2014. In this year's edition of WEFTEC, AppliTek will be focusing on Biological Nutrient Removal (BNR). Standards for effluent quality of wastewater works are ever increasing and require optimal process efficiency and optimal removal of nutrients such as Total Nitrogen and ...


    By AppliTek NV

  • HACH LANGE launches new UV-VIS Spectrophotometer

    In addition to the latest process monitoring equipment, the HACH LANGE stand at WWEM 2012 (No. 94/95/96) will also feature some of the company’s latest innovations in laboratory analysis including pocket colorimeters, portable water quality meters and sophisticated UV-VIS spectrophotometers such as the new DR 3900. The DR 3900 is fully automated and offers extremely high levels of accuracy, ...


  • EPA takes step to improve Lake Champlain water quality

    After a careful review, EPA has disapproved Vermont’s 2002 water quality plan that set phosphorus targets for discharges into Lake Champlain. Following this action, EPA intends to work closely and collaboratively with the State to develop a new plan for reductions in phosphorus from sources in Vermont. Elevated levels of phosphorus cause algae blooms and other water quality problems in Lake ...

  • EPA Requires Bad River Band to Upgrade Wastewater Treatment Plant Operations

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today issued a compliance plan requiring the Bad River Band of Lake Superior and Chippewa Indians to correct Clean Water Act violations at the wastewater treatment facilities located on the Tribe’s northern Wisconsin reservation. The Bad River Band must upgrade plant operations to correct the violations by January 31, 2014. Violations include failure ...

  • TOC, TN, TP and COD in one analyzer

    The parameters' combination in one unit reduces the investment costs, support and maintenance efforts and enables an efficient monitoring of waste water treatment plants effluent. The QuickTOCNPO of LAR Process Analysers, Germany, is an online analyzer for the ...


    By LAR Process Analysers AG

  • EPA announces Florida permits to restore everglades water quality satisfy agency Objections

    According to the Environmental Protection Agency, permits submitted by the state of Florida under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) to improve the quality of water flowing into the Everglades will satisfy the agency’s permit objections and meet the requirements of the CWA in EPA’s September 3, 2010 Amended Determination. The submission contains a suite of projects to be built and ...

  • Partech & Aqua Consultants Collaborate On South West Water Project

    At Partech we are proud of the quality of the services and support we provide to our customers and always welcome and encourage feedback. Recently, Partech collaborated with Aqua Consultants on a project for a South West Water site involving real time turbidity readings from Partech Analsyers. ...


    By Partech (Electronics) Ltd.

  • EPA Issues Health Advisories to Protect Americans from Algal Toxins in Drinking Water

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today issued health advisory values that states and utilities can use to protect Americans from elevated levels of algal toxins in drinking water. Algal blooms in rivers, lakes, and bays sometimes produce harmful toxins. Because utilities often use these water bodies as sources of drinking water, EPA has determined algal toxin levels in tap water ...

  • HACH LANGE offers free training clinics at WWEM 2012

    The HACH LANGE stands (Nos. 94, 95 & 96) at the WWEM 2012 exhibition in Telford on 7th and 8th November, will feature three free training sessions that will provide attendees with help and advice on how to maximise the benefits of testing and monitoring. Each clinic will provide technical help and advice supported by practical case studies. Automated TP, TN & COD analysis ...


  • EPA reaffirms December 2010 deadline for Bay TMDL (PA)

    As part of the process for restoring the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, EPA has reaffirmed the federal-state commitment to establish the Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) - or pollution diet - by the end of this year. The Bay TMDL will set limits on nitrogen, phosphorus and sediment throughout the 64,000-square-mile watershed. Backed by a strong accountability framework, the Bay TMDL includes state ...

  • Chesapeake Bay restoration efforts take another step forward with Watershed Implementation Plans

    The jurisdictions that make up the Chesapeake Bay watershed have reaffirmed their commitment toward restoring the health of this national resource with the submission of final Phase II Watershed Implementation Plans (WIPs). The Phase II WIPs are a landmark step forward in the collaboration between the Bay jurisdictions and their local governments and conservation districts to protect and restore ...

  • SEAL Analytical expands US manufacture

    The laboratory instrument manufacturer SEAL Analytical has transferred the production of its market leading automated discrete analyzers, the AQ1 and AQ2, to the company’s facility in Mequon, USA. The move follows the acquisition of a block digestion business from Aim Lab Automation Technologies Pty Ltd. SEAL’s President Stuart Smith said: “Digestion is an essential part of the ...

  • Public review begins on revised draft stormwater permit for 60 N.H. municipalities

    EPA has released for public review and comment a revised draft small “Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System” (MS4) General Permit for 60 New Hampshire communities. The draft permit would update Clean Water Act protections for New Hampshire’s environment and waterways. The revised draft permit updates the previous general permit finalized in 2003. EPA previously released draft ...

  • The effect of global warming on eutrophication in lakes

    Shallow lakes are an important type of ecosystem that may be vulnerable to current warming trends. A recent study examines just how vulnerable they are. It indicates that climate change combined with nutrient pollution could exacerbate eutrophication and suggests nitrogen levels should be monitored. Shallow lakes are important in their support of biodiversity. However, their large ...

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