Water Recycling Articles

  • Reuse Treatment of Cooling Tower Sewage in Power Industry

    For a long time, organic ultrafiltration membrane has been considered as an economical and effective traditional treatment method in the treatment of cooling tower sewage in power plants. In such applications with high pollution blockage tendency, the effect of organic membranes may be difficult to predict: more frequent chemical cleaning is usually required, resulting in longer downtime, lower ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Pima County, Tucson, Arizona - Case Study

    Pima County’s Roger Road wastewater treatment plant has a daily flow of 36 MGD, and some of the flow must travel 28 miles before reaching the plant. The plant also receives discharges from a State prison and a Federal prison. In an effort to control odors and septicity, the collection system was treated with three products – Bioxide, sodium hypochlorite and magnesium hydroxide. Even ...


    By BioCOPE Inc.

  • Westbay System Reduces Construction Costs by 65% - Case study

    CHALLENGE OCWD had determined that information on the piezometric level and water quality of each aquifer layer was required to optimize management of the recharge, storage, and recovery of groundwater. SOLUTION A cost analysis indicated that for 10 zones through a depth of 1,500 ft, the Westbay System instrumentation would result in a total cost 55% to 65% ...


    By Westbay Instruments

  • Pushing Water Reuse to The Extremes

    Large-scale water-reuse treatment plants have had a sustainable impact in populated areas where the volume of water to be treated and reused in a concentrated area makes them practical. Today, the flat-sheet membrane aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) technology that is delivering high-quality wastewater treatment to remote locations is poised to realize the promise of sustainable water reuse in ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • Titanium Dioxide Wastewater

    Titanium Dioxide Wastewater A large amount of waste acid is produced in the production of titanium dioxide, a large amount of high-salt wastewater is generated in the post-treatment process, and some titanium dioxide is still lost after the CN filter. On the one hand, the titanium white industry suffers from increasingly strict Environmental constraints, on the other hand, waste acid, water, and ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • How do you dewater more ore with less impact? - Case Study

    PMC, South Africa, magnetite dewatering Did you know: Our horizontal vacuum belt filters helped to substantially decrease the environmental impact of one South Africa’s biggest magnetite dewatering plant by boosting capacity, reducing downtime and improving water recycling. The PMC magnetite dewatering plant ...

  • Degreasing Liquid Treatment

    Degreasing is a necessary step before any other processing in mechanical industry, in the steel industry and generally speaking in the transformation of raw materials.  Degreasing is performed with aid of an aqueous solution containing detergents. The detergents emulsify oil present on the material to be treated; for this reason, oil concentration tends to increase in  ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Titanium Dioxide Wastewater

    A large amount of waste acid is produced in the production of titanium dioxide, a large amount of high-salt wastewater is generated in the post-treatment process, and some titanium dioxide is still lost after the CN filter. On the one hand, the titanium white industry suffers from increasingly strict Environmental constraints, on the other hand, waste acid, water, and titanium dioxide resources ...


    By Jiangsu Jiuwu Hi-tech Co

  • Guardian Double Containment at CAES Facility Case Study

    Ajoint venture between ACI Energy, Inc., an investment holding company, and Altela, Inc., a water desalination company, Clarion Altela Environmental Services (CAES) opened in November 2012 to recycle frac water* from the Marcellus and Utica Shale Basins, which stretch across much of ...


    By IPEX, Inc.

  • Textile Industry Water Use and Treatment

    As the industry turns toward sustainability, decentralized water reuse has potential to reduce ‘virtual water’ toll The textile industry is water-intensive throughout its many processes: sizing, desizing, mercerizing, scouring, bleaching, printing, and finishing. Beyond processing, water ...


    By Fluence Corporation

  • In Durban, Industries Run on Recycled Water

    Water resources are limited in South Africa, especially in the City of Durban. To ensure the city’s residents are given priority in accessing drinking water resources, the Durban Recycling Plant was developed by Veolia Water Technologies to switch manufacturing processes to recycled water. 98% of the city’s wastewater is recycled, freeing up 40,000 cubic meters a day for consumption ...


    By Veolia Water Technologies

  • Water at the Beach - Hotel resort reuses its greywater with new treatment solutions - Case Study

    Greywater typically consists of shower water, sink water, dishwater and laundry water, which comprises 50% to 80% of domestic wastewater consumption in a hotel or resort property. Resort property owners and operators typically understand water conservation, as they feel the cost of excess water usage and water mismanagement on their financial bottom line. The use of recycled water can have a ...

  • Wichita ASR Project, KS – Bromate Control Case Study

    The City of Wichita’s Aquifer Storage Recovery (ASR) Project involves seasonal operation of a UF/disinfection plant to treat storm water from the Little Arkansas River for groundwater recharge. Constituents of concern included atrazine, viruses, turbidity, total organic carbon (TOC), and bromate. Each of these constituents had a potential significant impact on possible treatment ...


    By APTwater LLC

  • Ideal for onsite chlorine applications - Case Study

    Water treatment could be applied to various fields, our anodes are currently used for Sodium Hypochlorite and Electrolysis of water. Sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) is a compound that can be effectively used for water purification. It is used on a large scale for surface purification, bleaching, odor removal and water disinfection. It can be also applied in sanitary wastewater and industrial ...


    By BioMicrobics, Inc.

  • Summer Camp Experience - The Minnesota onsite association installs technology to bring wastewater treatment at a Girl Scout camp into the 21st century

    After several weeks of preparation by James Brothers Construction, six advanced treatment systems were installed on June 22 and 23 at the Singing Hills Girl Scout Camp near Elysian, Minn., during the Minnesota Onsite Wastewater Association (MOWA) 2007 summer seminar. The event was an opportunity for onsite professionals to get hands-on training and experience installing new technologies while ...


    By BioMicrobics, Inc.

  • Southern California Meets Water Demands and Controls Saltwater Intrusion

    Application Due to increasing water demands, decreasing supplies of imported water, and recurring drought conditions, state and local governments are expanding or developing groundwater replenishment or recharge systems. These systems divert highly treated wastewater, which is typically discharged into the ocean or local surface waters, into natural storage areas. The reclaimed waters, once ...


    By In-Situ, Inc.

  • Recycling process water containing Radioactive Contamination (NORMs) - Case Study

    The recycling of process water containing radioactive contamination within a Refurbishment Facility using Star-Sep™ Ceramic Crossflow Filtration This crossflow microfiltration process, using Mantec’s patented star channel Star-Sep™ Ceramic Membranes, renders the filtered water bacterially inactive and free of NORMs, which means that it can be re-used within the ...


    By Mantec Filtration

  • Standardizing On-Site Hypochlorite Generation Disinfection Technology in Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants Increases Safety and Eases Operations Case Study

    Newberg, Oregon, is located approximately 25 miles southwest of Portland in Yamhill County. Geographically separated from Portland by the surrounding Chehalem Mountains and located in a broad valley created by the Willamette River, Newberg ...

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