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  De Nora CAPITAL CONTROLS® Ozone Generators

The robust, reliable design of CAPITAL CONTROLS Ozone Generators offers high ozone concentration and low power consumption, from a single component to complete packaged systems up to 6,000 ppd. With ozone experience since the 1970s, CAPITAL CONTROLS Ozone Generators feature a robust mechanical design, an easy-to-maintain dielectric, and standard components that make aftersales support easier, quicker, and less expensive. 1,300+ installed. Watch the video here.

Featured Articles On Filtration
Filtering Through The Latest In Primary Wastewater Treatment
A Q&A With Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.

Of course, the whole wastewater treatment equation starts with primary treatment. Although a critical first step in the process, primary treatment rarely receives as much attention from innovators as processes further down the line. It’s about time that changed.

Vortisand Cross-Flow Submicron Filtration Systems
From Evoqua Water Technologies

Vortisand systems are synonymous with water filtration, serving the industrial water markets since 1986. The award-winning Vortisand is a high-efficiency microsand filtration system. It is a high-capacity media filter that combines cross-flow dynamics with microsand media to achieve submicron filtration performance. This technology allows the unit to operate at filtration rates of up to five times greater than those of traditional media filters, while filtering 10 to 50 times finer.

All-Natural Biofilm Media Derived From Plant Stock Enhances Clarifier Settling
A Q&A With Smith & Loveless, Inc.

When clarifiers are not settling like they should, problems arise, including reduced capacities, high sludge volume indexes (SVI) and sludge blanket levels, and infiltration/inflow (I/I) washout issues. Ballasting chemical additives utilized to alleviate these problems can be time-consuming, costly, and potentially hazardous.

Indiana American Water Eliminates Gaseous Chlorine At Hidden Lake WTP In Warsaw, Indiana
By UGSI Solutions, Inc.

In 2000, Indiana American Water, a subsidiary of American Water Company, purchased the Warsaw, IN, system, which serves a population of over 16,000. Indiana American then completed a comprehensive planning study that included a number of upgrades and improvements to enhance the reliability, safety, and water quality of the system.

DynaSand EcoWash Hybrid Video
From Parkson Corporation

Parkson has taken a very unique and highly creative approach to create a new DynaSand product video that provides customers a crystal-clear picture of what differentiates the EcoWash hybrid sand filter from all other sand filters. We think you will appreciate the entirely “out-of-the-box” approach and promise you will not find this to be the usual dull and uninteresting product video.

Industry News

The so-called "brain-eating" amoeba, a water-based threat that poses a risk to water utilities, has taken another life.

Technology Showcase
Smarter Water Management

AQUAVISTA: A powerful cloud-based portal and remote management tool designed to maximize control and increase operational efficiency of your water treatment system. AQUAVISTA seamlessly consolidates Veolia’s water treatment equipment, performance data, service interactions, and documentation into a robust dashboard that can be accessed from any location, 24/7.

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Veolia Water Technologies
Ecosorb Odor Neutralizer

Ecosorb products harness the power of science with the safety of natural ingredients. In fact, they contain zero toxins or harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Yet Ecosorb products are able to employ chemical bonding and molecular science to quickly and effectively neutralize odors.

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OMI Industries
SCOUT Hydro Profiling System

The Reliant Water Technologies SCOUT Hydro Profiling System is the answer to obtaining elusive hydro profiling information quickly and inexpensively. By not only providing a visual sonar obtained “picture” of everything underwater, in any shallow body of water the SCOUT provides the volume of sludge in the lagoon, as well as the volume of free water.

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RELIANT Water Technologies
2000 C Actuator: Automatic Control For Ton Cylinder Valves

The Model 2000C is an actuator system to automatically open and close the valve on chlorine or sulfur dioxide ton cylinders.

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JCS Industries Inc.
Recommended Resources
Level Measurement Precision In North American Oil Fracking

A newly discovered oil patch in western North America uses Siemens level technology during oil and natural gas extraction. SITRANS LR250 continuous radar for liquid level measurement plus Pointek CLS200 capacitance point level offer a winning combination in this application.

Jet Aeration Systems

KLa jet aeration technology is applicable across a wide range of wastewater and biosolids treatment applications including air activated sludge, SBR, MBR, MBBR, oxidation ditch, aerated stabilization basins, equalization tanks, aerobic digesters, and ATAD.

Aquafine OptiVenn Series: Industrial Ultraviolet (UV) Water Treatment

This video gives an introduction and overview of the unique features and benefits of the new Aquafine OptiVenn UV Disinfection system.

Membrane Module Pilot Test In North Dakota

Toray UF membrane modules were piloted over a 15-week period to help service the growing demand for clean water in southwest North Dakota. The outcome, as part of the Southwest Pipeline Project (SWPP), would be construction of the Oliver-Mercer-North Dunn (OMND) Water Treatment Plant.

From The Editor
USGS Shares Wellspring Of Insight On Groundwater Trends
By Pete Antoniewicz

If your customer base is among the 140 million people who depend upon groundwater for drinking water, irrigation, or agriculture, it is important to know whether you can expect the quality of your source water today to be the same tomorrow. Fortunately, a recent update to the first-of-its-kind assessment of trends in groundwater supply is available to help you identify emerging problems.

Featured Guest Column
What’s In Your Water? An Updated Analysis
By Kristi Pullen Fedinick, Director, Science and Data, Natural Resources Defense Council

NRDC’s new analysis of the most recent EPA data finds that nearly 30 million people in the U.S. drank water from community water systems that violated the EPA’s Lead and Copper Rule between January 2015 and March 2018.

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