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Water & Wastewater
April 18, 2019
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Kurita pursues the effective use of energy together with our customers
Energy demand has been expanding with the ongoing increase in the global population. The question of how to use energy efficiently to optimize energy use in everyday life and in industries has gained prominent attention. We pursue the effective use of energy together with our customers where a vast ...

EPA Action Plan Takes Leads on Water Reuse
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced the initial development of a Water Reuse Action Plan that will guide the agency’s work in encouraging reuse in the water sector. The purpose of the plan is to create an integrated management approach for U.S. water resources ...
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Wastewater Treatment Methods Pros and Cons: Disinfection & Coagulation
At every stage in a wastewater treatment process is important to achieve the desired treatment results. However, primary treatment and tertiary are critical to the overall process. In the primary treatment process solids are reduced to a large extent. Without this step, subesequent treatment would be ...

US Coast Guard Type Approval
DESMI Ocean Guard A/S is pleased to announce that its CompactClean Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) has received US Coast Guard Type Approval. This approval comes just a few months after the CompactClean BWMS received IMO type approval and means that the system is now approved for worldwide operation. On ...

4 Benefits of Electrocoagulation for Arsenic Removal from Water
In water and wastewater treatment, arsenic is classfied as a heavy metal. It is well known for its toxicity and it can cause numerous health problems ...

5 Misconceptions of Why Municipalities Should not Invest In Wastewater Reuse
In the current economic and political climate, municipalities are under immense pressure with regard to water reclamation. Balancing the physical and ...

Upcoming Events
Computational Hydraulics 2019
Newcastle upon Tyne - United Kingdom
Apr. 29 - May 3, 2019
Computational Hydraulics is a field in which numerical methods are used to solve hydraulics problems. This course offers an in depth exposure to the solutions of flow and transport phenomena in rivers, estuaries or networks of channels and pipes with predominantly free surface flow. The main emphasis ...
International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens
tampa - Florida (USA)
Apr. 29 - 30, 2019
The 2019 International Symposium on Waterborne Pathogens provides a comprehensive forum to exchange the latest information and cutting-edge ideas related to the critical public health issue of waterborne pathogens. The Symposium explores a holistic approach for addressing the challenges associated with ...
WasteExpo 2019
Las Vegas - Nevada (USA)
May 6 - 9, 2019
This should move you. Over the past 50 years we’ve helped usher in more significant innovations in the solid waste industry than any other event. And the future looks even more promising. From big data to big trucks and bioconverters, ...
Alternative Energy for Water and Wastewater Operations
New Brunswick - New Jersey (USA)
May 22, 2019
Developed as an introduction to the rapidly growing field of non-conventional (non-hydrocarbon based) energy sources, this course will present information on the materials and devices used in alternative energy systems, conversion, ...
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