Domestic Water Treatment News

  • Study may shed new light on areas not previously thought to have arsenic issues in the groundwater

    A recent study by the U.S. Geological Survey and the CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health may shed new light on areas not previously thought to have arsenic issues in the groundwater. Some 2.1 million Americans on domestic water wells may be at risk of harmful exposure to arsenic based on a national-scale predictive ...

  • Understanding Categories of Water Following Property Damage from Hurricanes in Puerto Rico

    Hurricanes Irma and Maria caused damage to countless homes, offices, schools and healthcare facilities across the islands of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Powerful winds drove heavy rains into homes and buildings and many properties were also damaged due to flooding and even storm surge in some areas. Whenever any type of flooding or water damaging event occurs, it’s ...


    By Zimmetry Environmental

  • Phoenix / Sialex® at FIHAV 2017 (Havana / Cuba) ++ 30.10. - 03.11.2017 ++

    Mr. Eberhard Wolff, Representative for Latin America and the Caribbean, will attend FIHAV 2017. Mr.Wolff and his team will be located on the "German Pavilion". They will be happy to meet and discuss how our innovative, physical water conditioning technique (Sialex®Ring), can address the major problems caused by "Lime scale" and "Corrosion" associated with water in pipes and devices attached ...


    By Phoenix Ring Manufaktur UG

  • Resources available for water well owners impacted by wildfires

    As attention has recently been focused on the devastation from the recent hurricanes — and how best to deal with flooded water wells — NGWA also wants to alert those in the northwestern parts of the United States being affected by rampant wildfires that there are precautions they should take regarding their well systems. The ...

  • Water Well Journal Q&A with Terry Morse, incoming CEO of NGWA

    Terry Morse will become the fifth full-time chief executive officer of the National Ground Water Association when he takes over for the retiring Kevin McCray, CAE, on January 1, 2018. It will be a whirlwind for Morse, though, long before that day. He will ...

  • New Website For SUPERIOR™

    Chemical Injection Technologies, home to SUPERIOR™ Water Solutions, has completey redone its website. https://chlorinators.com/ CIT manufactures and sells water and wastewater treatment equipment and accessories, plus a full line of instrumentation.  CIT is the first in this industry to be ISO 9001-2015 Certified.   The ...

  • Kurita establishes a new Research and Development base, Kurita R&D Asia Pte. Ltd., in Singapore

    Kurita Water Industries Ltd. has established a new company, Kurita R&D Asia Pte.Ltd., in Singapore to strengthen its global research and development system. It is the firm's first research facility in Asia outside of Japan, and will focus on developing technologies for desalination and the recycling of waste water. These are areas relevant for Singapore, which counts among its four water ...


    By Kurita

  • Messe Frankfurt celebrates 30th year in Asia as Hong Kong marks 20th anniversary of handover to China

    Three decades have passed since Messe Frankfurt launched its first overseas fair – Interstoff Asia in Hong Kong in 1987. Since then, the company has gone from strength to strength in the region, establishing a solid foothold in Greater China and Asia. Messe Frankfurt is an international trade fair organiser that, in 2017, boasts 777 years of history. With its headquarters located in ...


    By Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd

  • Compulsive Hoarders in Puerto Rico Learn How the Condition Can Impact their Air Quality

    It is estimated that there are between 70,000 and 180,000 people living in Puerto Rico that are compulsive hoarders. These individuals display a pattern of behavior where the excessive acquisition of items and the inability to discard items can result in a person’s home being overrun with things.   Many compulsive hoarders keep the condition of their home a secret from ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • City of DeFuniak Springs reselects CH2M to continue operating and maintaining its water systems

    The City of DeFuniak Springs, Florida, recently approved a contract renewal with CH2M for operations and maintenance services of its water systems, extending a more than 14-year partnership. CH2M will continue to operate and maintain the City's 1.5-million-gallon-per-day wastewater treatment plant, six water wells, 40 lift stations and 150 acres of spray fields for the next five years. "It's an ...


    By CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

  • Residential area protected against flooding with new WaReg 3.0

    To provide peace of mind, We at Wapro have designed the WaReg 3.0 to reach the designed flow quickly to initiate regulation and never exceed the outflow requirements. The engineers at Wapro have ensured that WaReg 3.0 is insensitive to debris, sludge and solids normally found in storm water drains. This world-unique product works in real life situations, with all that this encompasses. ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Water law attorney sees exempt well issues on the rise

    Issues with water quantity and land use will become more common throughout the United States, possibly impacting the construction of new water wells, according to a veteran water law attorney. Most exempt well cases are limited to western states, but Jesse Richardson Jr., lead land use attorney at the Land Use and Sustainable Development Law Clinic and associate professor of law at the West ...

  • Best possible protection against floods in residential areas

    With focus on simple and innovative solutions, we at Wapro have prevented thousands of floods worldwide. Our products are put to the test daily with chemicals, temperature changes, debris and unforeseen events. Keeping common sense and simplicity as keywords throughout development, Wapro is able to provide effective solutions which can be installed in minutes. In a residential area in ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Protects homes from flooding

    We all know someone who has been affected by flooding. The unrest of knowing that water can flow into your home, destroying memories. We at Wapro understand that this causes distress. In the seaside town Rhyl in Wales, UK, studies have shown that the level of protection of the storm-hit coastal ...


    By Wapro AB

  • Go big or go home: instrumenting the nearshore

    Leaning over the side of the 22-foot boat and pulling up the first line of temperature sensors, oceanographer Jamie MacMahan described the state of the line as the worst bio-fouling he had ever seen. It was slimy and smelly. One down, 34 more to go. This was only a pilot project, but MacMahan’s mantra of ‘Go big or go home’ meant that more than 300 instruments were attached to ...


    By RBR Ltd.

  • SIALEX®RING sales force in Latin America

    Having researched the market needs of the Latin America / Caribbean region, we find that SialexRing offers many advantages over traditional methods to control “Lime-scale and corrosion” associated with water in pipes and machinery attached to these pipes. Access to maintenance, spare parts, and consumables, disposal of by-products (chemicals) required to operate traditional chemical ...


    By Phoenix Ring Manufaktur UG

  • millMAXTM Pump Inventor - John Frater inducted into the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame

    John Frater invented the millMAXTM slurry pump in 1994. Today there are over 12,000 millMAX pumps worldwide. John Frater leader in the design of slurry pumps and the inventor of the millMAX pump was inducted into the International Mining Technology Hall of Fame on February 16, 2015. His internationally renowned pump designs have made an extraordinary contribution to the mining industry ...


    By FLSmidth KREBS

  • Webinar: The Journey to a Zero Waste Water Footprint with Climate, Inc.

    At work and at home, we use water every day. Rainwater Harvesting enhancement practices solve potable, non-potable, stormwater and energy challenges throughout the world. Each time it rains, what water practices are you putting in place to optimize water input? Join the webinar to learn practical ways to close the loop by harvesting rain water for both residential and commercial efficiency of the ...


    By Climate, Inc.

  • Today is World Water Day!

    Globally, the vast majority of all waste water from our homes, cities, industry and agriculture flows back to nature without being treated or reused and polluting the environment. Instead of wasting waste water, we need to reduce and reuse it! By exploiting this valuable resource, we will make the water cycle work better and we will help achieve the Sustainable Development Goal 6 target to halve ...


    By Kurita

  • Complex biological wastewater treatment plant expanded during normal operation

    With its headquarters in the Lake Constance region, fruit processing company Fidel Dreher manufactures a range of juices, concentrates and purées. As a by-product of handling apples, the facility produces approximately 136,500 m³ of wastewater each year, which – until now – has been treated in batches by means of an aerobic biological cleaning process and discharged ...


    By EnviroChemie GmbH

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