The kind of processes required in the plastic industries is very diverse (injection molding, blow molding, thermoforming, vacuforming etc..) and HITEMA can offer a great range of products to satisfy all customer needs.
Proper rinsing is one of the most important steps in quality manufacturing or metal finishing. Plenty of low cost, good quality water for rinsing has been available in the past, so rinse water conservation has been largely ignored. Today, this is no longer true. Tap water costs have increased dramatically. Various new regulations are now in effect which limit the allowable volume of wastewater. Others require wastewater treatment. Still other laws tax the amount of water going down the sewer. These factors have...
Kurita Water Solutions offers a wide range of products for the water treatment in swimming pools. These products have proven their efficiency over many years. The swimming-pool product range gives you the opportunity to choose your own maintenance program and allows you to operate your swimming pool hygienic and with no harm to human.
The TD-4100 utilizes a non-fouling, non-contact flow cell which requires little to no maintenance, and uses fluorescence technology to accurately detect oil in water from low ppb to high ppm. For this application, the TD-4100 monitors oil in water at 1 to 5 ppm and signals an operator with an alarm when the concentration exceeds the high alarm relay set-point.
Municipalities of every size are subject to public and governmental scrutiny of their municipal wastewater treatment efficacy. As effluent water quality regulations become increasingly stringent, Aeration Industries partners with municipalities to develop economical, environmentally friendly, and sustainable wastewater treatment solutions; customized for each unique environment.
Crystal-clear water in zoos and aquariums. Fresh water = marine animals and sea dwellers full of energy. By reliably treating salt water and fresh water, ProMaqua technology creates the optimum conditions for sharks, polar bears, turtles and other marine animals.
The economic advantage of continuous discharge could only be achieved at this location by meeting strict discharge limits for the level of hydrocarbons present in the discharged water. Local ordinances required continuous monitoring for continuous discharge of the company’s treated wastewater.
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.
Water is used for a wide variety of purposes in industrial production. Water has to be treated, so that sufficient amounts are available in the quality required for production. Process water must generally be re-treated after it has been used, so that it can either be discharged according to regulations or returned to the water cycle.
Acid mine drainage (AMD) is typically characterized by low pH and high dissolved iron. The acid mine drainage may also contain high amounts of CO2 which forms carbonic acid and further depresses the pH.
The environmental challenges require internationally accepted standards, in which limits and test methods are defined. Metrohm instruments and applications comply with a lot of international environmental standards. Substances introduced into the environment are distributed among the environmental compartments water, soil (sediment), and air, as well as among the organisms living in them (biosphere). Only if we know the type and quantity of these contaminants can we protect the environment and its inhabitants.
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.
Kurita specifically developed product ranges for drinking water treatment, in order to avoid any kind of problem that might occur with the preparation, transport or use of drinking water. Our technologies can be used for all kinds of conditions, from municipal water suppliers to private buildings (e.g. hotels, universities, hospitals and private homes).
Resource consumption in the chemical industry is enormous. Although the industry has already succeeded in significantly reducing its energy demands, it remains challenged by high energy costs, high water consumption and increasingly stringent regulations. Energy efficiency, increased production and plant availability are therefore important factors contributing to a competitive advantage. We would be glad to support you. Kurita offers a broad spectrum of resource-saving solutions as well as solutions for improving...
Oil and grease in formation water includes free oil, dispersed oil (small oil droplets), and emulsified oil. Oil and grease discharge, along with produced water, involves compliance with stringent regulations. Oil and grease removal methods depend on the end usage of treated water and composition of oil in the produced water. For more info contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The many production facilities within the steel industry, e.g. the blast furnace, converter, continuous caster, hot and cold strip mills and the coke oven plant require immense quantities of water for the cooling circuits and for gas scrubbing. During the last few years, the majority of steel plants have managed to significantly reduce freshwater usage per ton of steel through water recycling and process optimization. However, the high water quality standards required for the water circuits and regulations for...
A plant located in the eastern United States manufactures phenolic resin for applications in plastics molding. This plant uses well water for cooling its reaction process and then discharges the water into a local creek.
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.
Water is required in almost every step of the production process of pulp and paper. The wastewater streams vary greatly in concentration and composition (e.g. COD, BOD, suspended solids, wood extractives, sulphur, pH). Due to stricter rules and regulations with regard to fresh water intake and wastewater discharge, efficient water management has become essential to the industry.
Manufacturing companies today operate in an increasingly challenging environment. These challenges include, meeting environmental obligations, optimizing operational efficiency, and cutting operational and maintenance costs. Additional challenges include, the effects of water scarcity and the increasingly stringent effluent discharge regulations on water-intensive industrial businesses. Effectively managing, reusing and recycling process water and wastewater is one way that has a triple benefit to our industrial...