Articles & Whitepapers
Researchers have discovered that methane can fuel release of the toxic metalloid from sediment Arsenic toxicity now plagues many surface water and groundwater resources worldwide, with widespread and tragic consequences for public health in countries including Vietnam and Bangladesh. When microorganisms “eat” substances that contain the toxic metalloid, they release it into drinking ...
Conceptioneering and Master Planning of Bankura Multi Village Bulk Water Supply Scheme, Bankura, West Bengal, India - Case Study
Project Summary Project DTK Hydronet Solutions, an advanced water distribution and storm and sewer network modeling company, was retained by the Public Health and Environmental Engineering ...
Depending on the source, raw water can have co-occurring contaminants that need to be treated before it can be used as potable drinking water. Some common contaminants found in groundwater include arsenic, iron, nitrate, radium, manganese and ...
Executive Board Technology Award at 2017 National Federal Laboratory Consortium Awarded to United States Environmental Protection Agency and AdEdge Water Technologies Collaborative Technology Transfer
Equipment & Solutions
Iron, Manganese filters, thanks to special minerals; It can reduce the amount of iron and manganese in water up to 5ppm, up to drinking and utility water standards (Fe=0.2 ppm – Mn= 0.05ppm). There is no need for any extra regen material for these special minerals. It also removes hydrogen sulfide, methane, free carbon dioxide and highly concentrated organic residues in water.