Water Monitoring Standards Articles

  • TSLP transfer station leachate treatment equipment

    Waste transfer station leachate problem The waste transfer station in each city is an important hub for waste collection and transfer treatment, and the leachate from the transfer station has the characteristics of high COD, high ammonia nitrogen, high suspended solids and high oil content, which is difficult to treat due to the limited scale and space of the site. Traditional external ...

  • Deyang Zero liquid discharge project

    Process: 2 stages DTRO + HPRO+Vacuum Evaporation+ Solidification  Water quality: The characteristics of the aged leachate processed by this project are: high ammonia nitrogen, high salt content, poor biodegradability, high sulfide content, high hardness, etc., using the traditional "biochemical + double membrane method" to produce water with low recovery rate and large concentration Liquid ...

  • British Columbia Approved Water Quality Guidelines (Canada)

    1.     Why do we have British Columbia Approved Water Quality Guidelines? The British Columbia Approved Water Quality Guidelines (BC WQG) are policy statements that stipulate environmental benchmarks. The guidelines provide safe levels of substances for the protection of given water use, including drinking water, aquatic life, recreation and agriculture. The guidelines are ...

  • The Benefits of an Agape Water Solutions Reverse Osmosis Water System

    In many types of industrial and commercial processes and systems, purified water is an essential element. At Agape Water Solutions, Inc., we provide customized reverse osmosis water system solutions for facilities and plants of all sizes. Our systems can be designed to process up to one million gallons per day per system or to process as little as one gallon a minute or less. All of our reverse ...


    By Agape Water Solutions, Inc.

  • Complying with NPDES effluent guidelines

    To comply with the stringent NPDES effluent guidelines, it is vital to understand the mechanisms and interactions that affect the balance in the aquatic ecosystems. The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requires power plants in the U.S. to control their levels of harmful pollutants released in surface waters according to the specific effluent limitations. ...


    By LG Sonic

  • NPDES effluent guidelines: Industrial wastewater discharge

    To comply with the stringent NPDES effluent guidelines, it is vital to understand the mechanisms and interactions that affect the balance in the aquatic ecosystems. The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requires power plants in the U.S. to control their levels of harmful pollutants released in surface waters according to the specific effluent ...


    By LG Sonic

  • Then and now since 1985

    Located approximately 40 miles southwest of Portland, Carlton was a bedroom community of 1,400 people at that time, whose water-treatment story began some 40 years ago when the town faced its original water quality hurdle. It was in 1980 when the first turbidity standards were introduced in Oregon. Andrew Klein of Klein Engineering was hired by the city to research and ...


    By Filtronics, Incorporated

  • Canadian Environmental Quality Guidelines (CEQGs)

    Why do we have Canadian environmental guidelines for air, water and soil?  We need the Canadian environmental guidelines for air, water and soil for the protection of environmental and human health. For instance, the Canadian Soil Quality Guidelines (CSQGs), Canadian Water Quality Guidelines (WQGs) and the Canadian Ambient Air Quality Standards (CAAQS) are all in place to safeguard the ...

  • New Zealand Drinking Water Standards

    The availability of safe drinking water is an essential requirement for all New Zealanders, irrespective of their status. The Drinking Water Standards for New Zealand, as set by the Ministry of Health, provide requirements for drinking water safety by ...

  • What are MCLs (Maximum Contaminant Levels) in California Water Quality and Drinking Water Standards?

    A fantastic resource is available on the environmental standards page of the esdat.net website to search and use environmental standards and guidelines. Environmental Standards are available for air, water and soil for the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Holland and from the World Health Organization. ...

  • What you need to know about PFAS

    If you’ve paid any attention to the news over the past couple of years, you’ve probably become increasingly aware of one of the hottest topics in the water sector: PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances. The ongoing discourse around PFAS brings up many questions about what they are exactly, how concerned we should be about them, and how they even get into our waterways, food and ...

  • Cyst-Based Toxicity Tests. - III. Development and Standardization of an Acute Toxicity Test with the Freshwater Anostracan Crustacean Streptocephalus proboscideus

    Abstract :A new method is presented for determination of the acute toxicity of chemicals and effluents to larvae of the freshwater anostracanStreptocephalus proboscideus(Frauenfeld), using resting eggs (cysts) as the source of test organisms. The larvae are obtained by controlled hatching of standard reference eggs. For the testing laboratory, this procedure eliminates all the difficulties ...


    By Microbiotests Inc.

  • Ecotoxicology and Water Quality Standards

    Abstract : The establishment of water quality objectives (WQO) for individual chemicals is a complex process fraught with many uncertainties. WQO should (in principle) be derived from no-observed-effect-concentrations (NOEC\'s) determined experimentally on selected test species and even preferably on biological communities in field situations. In practice this is seldom the case. The number of ...


    By Microbiotests Inc.

  • Food Grade Glass Lined Steel Potable water Tanks

    Our glass-lined steel potable water tanks are food-grade, its engineering design meets or exceed to AWWA, FDA, LFGB, ISO and most international standards to ensure safe storage of potable water. Glass-lined steel potable water stored by our potable water tank is safe for human consumption. Our glass-lined steel potable water tanks range from a capacity of ...


    By Center Enamel

  • Fire Protection Water Storage Tanks

    Application: Fire Protection Water Storage Tanks for Commercial, Industrial and Municipal Applications A fire protection water storage tank is used to provide facilities that might have a fire hazard the direct control of an amount of water necessary, it will ensure a fire can be extinguished with access to the appropriate amount of water resources in a timely manner. Center Enamel's ...


    By Center Enamel

  • The Use of Microbiotests for Assessing the Influence of the Dilution Medium Quality on the Acute Toxicity of Chemicals and Effluents

    Abstract :The influence of the dilution medium quality on the ecotoxicological response of test organisms using microbiotests was studied. The toxicity of reference toxicants (potassium dichromate, zinc sulfate, phenol) and of a landfill leachate and a process water discharged from a metal finishing plant was assessed in various dilution media including standard test media, 3 mineral waters and ...


    By Microbiotests Inc.

  • Neutral mine drainage water-quality impacts from a form taconite mine

    Abstract: Surface waters at the site of a former Minnesota taconite mine were reported to have solute concentrations elevated with respect to water-quality standards. Waste rock and ore generated from past mining were primarily from open pit mining of the Biwabik Iron Formation (BIF). The BIF is a variably bedded iron formation composed of inter-bedded cherty and slaty iron silicate and iron ...


    By Itasca International, Inc

  • The middle Rio Grande watershed based MS4 permit - Case Study

    ALBUQUERQUE MS4 – THE EARLY YEARS In the early years of its permit history, the Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Agency (AMAFCA) operated with a typical MS4 Phase I, individual permit that included Minimum Control Measures along with Best Management Practices to enhance water quality including: Public education and outreach Public ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • 4 Benefits of Sodium Zeolite Media for Drinking Water Filtration

    Potable water treatment systems have little room for error after treatment at the risk of public health. Use of treatment systems that effectively target and treat toxic and undesirable contaminants is essential to drinking water production. There are typically four stages in a standard drinking water treatment system process, coagulation/.flocculation, sedimentation/clarification, filtration and ...

  • Streamlining Anglian water’s private pumping stations for adoption - Case Study

    Private Pump Stations for Adoption With a change in law making pumping stations on private land the responsibility of water companies nationwide, Anglian Water wanted to get ahead of the game and ensure that all those in its care were safe and serviceable prior to the official deadline. Anglian Water implemented a large scale PR campaign in order to locate all the pumping ...

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