Drinking Water Disinfection [Case Studies White Paper]

  1. Ozone Disinfection System Provides Treatment In Arizona
    6/19/2015

    Water is disinfected before it enters the distribution system to ensure that dangerous microbial contaminants are killed.

  2. Ozone Disinfection System Provides Second Stage Treatment For Water Treatment Plant
    6/19/2015

    Tampa Bay Water’s state-of-the-art surface water treatment plant has provided high-quality drinking water to the Tampa Bay region.

  3. Conversion From Gas To Liquid Disinfection Yields Significant Improved Water Quality And Cost Savings
    8/15/2018

    In 2006, the Greenwood, South Carolina Commissioners of Public Works became only the fourth U.S. water utility ever to receive Phase IV “Excellence in Water Treatment” recognition from the Partnership for Safe Water. Phase IV is the highest possible level of performance that can be achieved in the Partnership program and signifies optimized plant performance.

  4. Ozone Disinfection System Lowers Turbidity, Boosts Filter Run Times, And Eliminates Taste And Odor Issues
    3/24/2015

    By 2025 Salt Lake City expects to gain additional 100,000 residents, and the nearby city of Sandy expects to gain another 30,000.

  5. Technical Support And Service Are Key In A Place “Way Outside Of Ordinary”
    7/12/2018

    Rangely is a remote town with a population of just over 2,200 people located in the upper northwest area of Colorado, thirteen miles from the Utah border. During the course of their routine maintenance, operators noticed problems with a distribution pump. Read the full project profile to learn how Process Solutions’ trained service technicians were able to walk them through a series of diagnostics to further isolate the problem and get the system was back up and running in a short period of time.

  6. Multi-Barrier Disinfection Strategy - New York City (Case Study)
    1/15/2014

    New York City is home to more than 8 million people, making it the most populous city in the United States. The majority of New York's drinking water is supplied by the Catskill/Delaware watershed, located approximately 100 miles outside the city. Historically, NYC has not filtered the water from this system, nor did they require any additional barriers to microbial contaminants due to the pristine nature of the watershed.

  7. General Electrochemistry
    7/28/2010

    All chemical processes involve the loss, gain, or redistribution of electrons on an atom or group of atoms. Electricity is the movement of electrons along a conductor. It is no wonder then that chemical changes can be made to occur by passing an electric current through a solution containing atoms or groups of atoms which will accept or give up electrons. Processes which pass an electrical current through a solution to effect chemical changes are called electrochemical processes. By PEPCON Systems

  8. City Of Punta Gorda Improves Distribution System Residuals By Installing The Tank Shark® Mixing System In Two Million Gallon Punta Gorda Isles Reservoir
    7/10/2018

    Historic Punta Gorda, located on the shores of scenic Charlotte Harbor on the west coast of Florida prides itself in the proactive management of its water supply. With the responsibility of providing water to over 34,000 customers in the 38 square mile service area, Punta Gorda manages 237 miles of distribution pipe and two water storage facilities. The 1 million gallon (MG) Burnt Store elevated tank and the 2 MG Punta Gorda Isles ground storage tank provide distribution system balance as well as the ability to meet peak demands and fire protection capacity.

  9. Microcystin Concentrations Following Treatments Of Harmful Algal Blooms
    6/16/2015
    Microcystin producing cyanobacteria blooms were sampled and tested from an Illinois reservoir, an Ohio reservoir and a Michigan lake.
    The Question: Should the fear of "releasing" microcystin deter an algaecide application?
  10. Disinfection Tech Trials: How Calcium Hypochlorite Feeders Won Over Long Beach Township WTPs
    6/26/2019

    In 2012 Long Beach Island, New Jersey, was pummeled by the catastrophic storm surge of Hurricane Sandy. Three of the town's four water plants were badly damaged. Plans were made to rebuild the facilities to higher standards to withstand potential storm impacts.