Serving the Power Industry for over 25 years. Rush deliveries for outages & emergencies. Wide variety of products designed specifically for Power Plant Applications including: Superheater & Waterwall Tubes, Drum Surface, Flue Gases, Steam/Water Lines, Motors, Generators, Boiler Feed Pumps, Air Pre-Heater, Coal Pulverizer and Turbine Performance.
Fluence has decades of experience providing sustainable treatment solutions for power industry process water and effluent. Industrialization and population growth are spurring the demand for power around the world, putting pressure on fuel and water resources. At the same time, power producers face strict pollution and air-quality controls.
Emissions of urban wastewater is big in a lot of industries in China, it has caused serious pollution of city surface water. The environmental monitoring center of the city shoulder monitoring work of urban surface environment water and pollution discharge wastewater. the on-line monitoring system is established in order to improve the water quality monitoring capacity. waste water system built an urban wastewater monitoring network system which consists of sewage monitoring station, monitoring center and managemen...
WesTech offers a holistic approach to surface water treatment for potable use. Depending upon the raw water quality, the flow rate, and operational preferences, WesTech can provide conventional flow, combination treatment units, packaged systems, high-rate processes, or even customized solutions.
Through the application of cutting-edge technologies, WesTech helps to assure that the byproducts of minerals extraction processes are made inert, reliably contained, and kept from causing environmental damage. Implementation of WesTech tailings processing technology assures that groundwater, surface waters, wildlife, and communities will be protected from tailings dam leaks and levy failures.
WesTech offers a wide variety of solutions for groundwater treatment for potable use. Whether your treatment objective is gas removal, iron & manganese removal, color removal, softening or even filtering a source under the direct influence of surface water, WesTech has your solution.
Groundwater Treatment: WesTech offers a wide variety of equipment for groundwater treatment for potable use. Whether your treatment objective is gas removal, nitrate removal, iron and manganese removal, color removal, softening, or even filtering a source under the direct influence of surface water, WesTech has your solution.
Your partner from vine, to barrel, to bottle. Wine production generates a wide variety of challenges managing wastewater throughout the year, and decades of helping winemakers has taught us that no two winery wastewater treatment systems are alike. In the face of increasing scrutiny from regulatory agencies, along with water, energy, and sustainability initiatives, we understand why you might feel like your focus is shifting from winemaking to wastewater management. That’s where we can help.
As more hydraulic fracturing wells come into operation, the stress on surface water and groundwater supply increases. The expanding volume of wastewater created needs to be captured, disposed of, or recycled in an environmentally sustainable manner so the EPA continues to increase regulations. We will work with you to create a comprehensive solution to treat your wastewater, meet increasingly strict governmental regulations, and support long term water life cycle management.
Surface water and water conservancy monitoring is an important foundation work for reasonable utilization and protection of the nation water and soil resources, is a foundation of science management and protection of water ecology, water resources, water safety. The purpose of water quality monitoring is timely, accurate and comprehensive reflection of water environment quality present situation and developing trend, providing scientific basis for water environment monitoring, management, planning, pollution...
Hydraulic fracturing ("fracking") as a method to stimulate shallow, hard rock oil wells began in the 1860s. It was used in Pennsylvania, New York, Kentucky, and West Virginia. Initial efforts used explosive nitroglycerin in oil, water, and gas wells. Nonexplosive acid for well stimulation was introduced in the 1930s. Acid etching prevented fractures from closing completely, enhancing recovery. The same phenomenon was later discovered with water injection.
The Situation: Hydrocarbons in municipal water supplies, including fresh water and desalination systems, are commonly limited to less than 1 part per million. Surface water from rivers, lakes, or the sea with marine traffic, nearby pipelines, or regular flooding can be contaminated by hydrocarbons. Freshwater treatment systems can be damaged by hydrocarbons or allow them to pass through undetected. Desalination systems using reverse osmosis (RO) membranes can be irreversibly damaged by the presence of hydrocarbons...
Aging treatment and collection systems in developed countries and the lack of appropriate treatment systems in developing countries along with higher precipitation levels occurring over short periods of time are driving government and industry leaders to expand or upgrade stormwater treatment systems to keep surface water bodies clean, while using this collected water for use in non potable applications.
Companies and municipalities have to remove nutrients from their effluents - such as nitrogen and phosphate - before they can reuse the water. There are also strict discharge limits on the nutrients levels that must be met. Paques has a number of technologies that can deal with these requirements.
Many wastewater streams contain suspended solids that need to be disposed of or cause problems in ‘downstream’ wastewater treatment systems. Effective TSS removal is an important step to purify water sufficiently for reuse, thereby lowering the requirement for fresh water.
Groundwater hydrology is an interpretive science: we can’t observe the aquifers directly so we must interpolate and extrapolate our understanding from water-level measurements taken from observation wells. Stevens has expertise for measuring both water quantity and water quality.
Agriculture is by far the largest water use at global level. Irrigation of agricultural lands accounted for 70% of the water used worldwide. In several developing countries, irrigation represents up to 95% of all water uses, and plays a major role in food production and food security. Future agricultural development strategies of most of these countries depend on the possibility to maintain, improve and expand irrigated agriculture.
Measuring and looking after our water resource is a hot topic worldwide. Governments, Councils, Water Authorities, Companies and individuals all are increasing their efforts to help protect this resource. EU Legislation around monitoring landfills, nitrate levels and the water framework directive have been introduced to help guide water quality monitoring. Aquaread’s range of water quality instruments are all suitable for spot, short and long-term deployments and are a popular choice for companies as they...