metals in water services in USA

  • Metal Analysis

    Northeast Laboratory Services works closely with engineering firms, power plants, municipalities, waste water treatment facilities, paper mills and many other industries to satisfy their analytical needs.NEL offers a wide range of wet chemistry tests in a variety of matrices including drinking water, wastewater, groundwater, surface water, soil, ...

    By Northeast Laboratory Services (NEL) based in Winslow, MAINE (USA). from Metal Analysis Service line

  • Metal Theft

    Sims Metal Management is committed to preventing metal theft. In addition to its commitment to comply with applicable local and state ordinances, the company--at great time and expense--trains employees to identify stolen material and determine who should or should not be in possession of certain scrap materials, such as recyclable materials, ...

    By Sims Metal Management Limited based in New York, NEW YORK (USA).

  • Drinking Water

    EMA is accredited by the California Department of Health Services, Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (ELAP #1931) to test for heavy metals, inorganic chemistry, and bacteria in drinking water. For organic analyses, EMA can subcontract using our strategic partnerships to offer you the most competitive price.

    By EnviroMatrix Analytical, Inc. (EMA) based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Heavy Metals Removal Services

    Achieve compliant discharge levels by removing heavy metals. Many industries face strict wastewater regulations at the local, state and federal levels. Regulatory discharge limits pose unique challenges to each facility. Many companies are unaware of the applicable regulations or that the water they are discharging is non-compliant. For many ...

    By ACM Technologies, Inc. based in Forest Hill, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Highly Toxic Metal Lead

    Lead is a highly toxic metal found in products including paint, ceramics, pipes, solders, gasoline, batteries and cosmetics. Since 1980, federal and state regulatory standards have helped to minimize or eliminate the amount of lead in consumer products and occupational settings. Today, the most common sources of lead exposure in the United States ...

    By RDS Environmental based in Broomfield, COLORADO (USA). from Highly Toxic Metal Lead Service line

  • Water Blasting

    Another resource used by Evergreen AES in industrial cleaning and surface preparation is water blasting. In this process the force of water, which can be from 10,000 and 20,000 psi, or ultra high-pressure water blasting up to 40,000 psi, is used to powerfully remove materials from even the hardest to reach nooks and crannies. Water flow will range ...

    By Evergreen AES based in Crestwood, KENTUCKY (USA). from Water Blasting Service line

  • Testing Waste for Hazardous Metals

    CAM stands for the California Administrative Manual, also known as the California Code of Regulations. CCR Title 22 section 66261.24 specifies the 17 metals that can qualify waste as hazardous. The analysis method is also known as EPA 6010B/7400. CAM-17 metals analysis does not differentiate between different valences of chromium, and does not ...

    By MACS Lab, Inc. based in Grass Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Process Water Treatment

    Water used in industrial processes must be treated before it can be discharged back into the environment because it becomes contaminated with chemicals and metals and must be properly filtered prior to discharge.

    By Culligan Industrial Water based in Herculaneum, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Water Treatment

    Water scarcity and environmental concerns are driving today’s demand for reliable and cost-effective technologies to treat and recycle water. With more than 35 years of experience and references in water treatment, Air Liquide assists private and public companies with industrialized gas solutions to treat water.

    By Air Liquide Office in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from Water Treatment Service line

  • SWPPP - Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan

    Industrial; Construction; Metal Recycler plans written by Certified Professional in Sediment and Erosion Control. CPESC

    By Environmental Regulatory Compliance, LLC based in San Bernardino, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Water and Waste Water Treatment Services

    Being microporous in internal structure, coconut shell carbon is well suited for organic chemical adsorption, including volatile organic chemicals while having higher chlorine reduction capabilities. Many organic compounds, such as chlorinated and non chlorinated solvents, triholmethanes, pesticides and VOC are adsorbed into the inner pores; ...

    By IndoCarb Corporation Inc based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Industrial Water Treatment Services

    Tusaar’s technology simply and efficiently sequesters contaminating metals from process or waste streams to enable water reuse, discharge or further treatment. It works in the presence of competing metals and organics. It’s also highly effective on numerous organo-metallic complexes. And even better, lab experiments have shown a very ...

    By Tusaar Corp. based in Lafayette, COLORADO (USA).

  • Water Treatment

    Water is essential to life, industry and agriculture. The US EPA states that there are roughly 155,000 public water systems in the United States responsible for supplying safe, dependable and quality water for public consumption and use to roughly 90% of Americans. According to the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), in ...

    By JDV Equipment Corporation based in Dover, NEW JERSEY (USA).

  • Drinking Water

    The Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA) was originally passed by Congress in 1974 to protect public health by regulating the nation's public drinking water supply. The law was amended in 1986 and 1996 and requires many actions to protect drinking water and its sources: rivers, lakes, reservoirs, springs, and ground water wells. SDWA regulations apply ...

    By Cardinal Environmental based in Sheboygan, WISCONSIN (USA).

  • Industrial Water and Wastewater

    Environmental Systems Service, Ltd. (ESS) has extensive experience in the field of industrial water and wastewater treatment and system operation. Clients range from federal and state governmental agencies to Fortune 100 companies. ESS has successfully evaluated and implemented treatment programs for printing, industrial laundries, food ...

    By Environmental Systems Service, Ltd. based in Culpeper, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Water Services

    Ixom provides chemicals, technologies and services for water treatment.

    By IXOM Watercare Office in Watkins, COLORADO (USA).

  • Treated Metals-Waste Types Services

    Ursus personnel have conducted multiple metal treatment studies utilizing a variety of proprietary and non-proprietary treatment chemistries. Ursus has the capabilities to treat a wide array of heavy metals including:

    By Ursus Remediation Testing & Technologies, LLC based in Mount Horeb,, WISCONSIN (USA). from Treated Metals-Waste Types Services Service line

  • Water Processing Services

    ACWA Clear, Inc. with Vobis, LLC specializes in providing comprehensive temporary and permanent solutions to a wide range of water treatment needs. Whether the problem is Sediment, Hydrocarbons, Bacteria, Organics, Metals, or any combination thereof, ACWA Clear, Inc. provides clients with a single source for the best and most cost effective ...

    By Vobis LLC based in Easton, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Water Treatment Services

    Membrane Specialists employ its proprietary Fyne process which uses nanofiltration to retain dissolved organic materials (mostly humic and fulvic acids) commonly found in surface waters used for drinking in remote communities in Canada and Alaska. If the organic components are not removed prior to chlorination, they can yield undesired ...

    By Membrane Specialists LLC based in Hamilton, OHIO (USA).

  • H2prO HMS Water Management Service

    Untreated heavy-metal solids can negatively impact fracture fluid formulation and the reservoir. Using the H2prO HMS water management service, you can reliably and economically remove heavy metals and suspended solids. This mobile, nonchemical electrocoagulation treatment enables 100% reuse of produced and flowback water in hydraulic fracturing ...

    By Baker Hughes, a GE company based in Houston, TEXAS (USA). from H2prO HMS Water Management Service Service line

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