WATER REUSE

Grading Pressure-Boosting Pump Efficiency — On A Curve
Grading Pressure-Boosting Pump Efficiency — On A Curve

Are your current pressure-boosting pumps the best design for your operating conditions? Are they maximizing value from your operating budget with peak efficiency? How can you know for sure, and what can you do if they are not? Here are some guidelines for evaluating performance efficiency in pressure-boosting applications and for choosing the best pump configurations for new or existing applications.

  • Getting Down To The Nitty Gritty
    Getting Down To The Nitty Gritty

    It has been said that the unseen and untreated can break down any system — this phrase could not be more accurate than in the world of wastewater treatment when considering the infiltration of grit into a system. Infiltration happens in the collection system, whether it’s from living on the coast, aging infrastructure or just plain old build up over time.

  • How To Cannibalize Your Own Technology
    How To Cannibalize Your Own Technology

    Business people love to talk about "disruption." They pride themselves on eating their competitors' lunch. Where their markets used to be about raving fans, now it's about inspiring craving fans, fueled by "hunger marketing" and the fear of missing out. There's a lot of dog-eat-dog philosophy...which is why it's important for companies to be willing to cannibalize their own technologies.

  • One Million Gallons Of Wastewater Reused Daily To Irrigate Award-Winning Botanical Garden
    One Million Gallons Of Wastewater Reused Daily To Irrigate Award-Winning Botanical Garden

    The City of Silverton is known as Oregon’s Garden City and sends one million gallons a day of treated effluent to the Oregon Gardens, returning the remainder to Silver Creek.

  • Industrial Process Optimization Through Process Water Integrity

    There are many facets to industrial processes — raw materials, skilled labor, well-designed equipment, and sound methodologies. Optimizing those manufacturing processes requires consistent, reliable feedback on performance efficiency and output quality. Here are several guidelines for implementing continuous monitoring to keep process integrity at optimum levels.

  • Linking Technologies Key To A Successful Potable Reuse Project

    Potable reuse offers a massive opportunity to recover water from the wastewater process, but projects face a variety of barriers to getting off the ground. Most successful early adopters engaged early with their constituents and implemented smaller-scale demonstration projects that were accessible to the public to prove the technology and process.

  • Pushing Water Reuse To The Extremes

    Large-scale water-reuse treatment plants have had 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 those same locations.

  • Wastewater Reuse And Recycling Today
    Wastewater Reuse And Recycling Today

    Over the last several years the wastewater reuse segment of the water industry has experienced both rapid growth and tremendous change. Global demand for increased water supplies fuels the development of alternative water sources, including reclaimed wastewater.

  • Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Technology Validated For Title 22 Compliance
    Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor Technology Validated For Title 22 Compliance

    Title 22 of California’s Water Recycling Criteria is among the strictest water treatment standards for water recycling and reuse in the United States. Fluence’s MABR demonstration plant was installed at the Codiga Resource Recovery Center (CR2C) in Stanford, California, in January 2018 for the purpose of third-party evaluation. The testing parameters included criteria to evaluate reliable enhanced nutrient removal in the form of Total Nitrogen, which is increasingly important across the United States and difficult and costly to achieve through conventional wastewater treatment.

  • Innovative Project In Virginia Changes Lens On Wastewater
    Innovative Project In Virginia Changes Lens On Wastewater

    In September of 2016, Ted Henifin took the first sip of water purified at a pilot treatment plant developed by HRSD (Hampton Roads Sanitation District). Now, the innovative water treatment program known as SWIFT — Sustainable Water Initiative for Tomorrow — is changing the lens through which communities and government officials view wastewater, drinking water, aquifer replenishment, and even fighting sea level rise.

  •  Improving The Quality Of Tertiary Effluent For Indirect Potable Reuse With Geographic Constraints
    Improving The Quality Of Tertiary Effluent For Indirect Potable Reuse With Geographic Constraints

    The Mazzei Sidestream Venturi Injection – Pipeline Flash Reactor System provides a feasible alternative for dissolution of ozone at the Clark County Water Reclamation District (CCWRD) in Las Vegas, because it allowed for flexibility in basin design to meet geographic site constraints.

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Aclara ACE For Water Utilities Aclara ACE For Water Utilities

Thanks to the increased prevalence of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and other smart infrastructure solutions (SIS) as well as the evolving demands of the utility consumer, an effective consumer engagement (CE) strategy has become a critical component of a utility’s overall service offering for their customers. Without an effective CE strategy in place, utilities could fall short of their customers’ expectations, thus leading to consequences such as lower customer satisfaction, higher call center volumes, and a higher cost to serve. To respond, utilities require a reliable CE solution that can adapt to their objectives, enabling them to meet their customers’ expectations, and position the utility to better serve their customer base.

MRI Water Treatment Package Systems MRI Water Treatment Package Systems

Backed by more than 35 years of design and manufacturing experience, MRI’s Packaged Water Treatment Systems combine into a single tank the reliable, all-stainless steel, space-saving components proven through years of use in large municipal treatment systems.

NuAire In-VitroCell™ ES Model NU-5841 CO2 Incubator NuAire In-VitroCell™ ES Model NU-5841 CO2 Incubator

The In-VitroCell ES NU-5841 provides an easy method to monitor and control humidity and oxygen levels in the chamber for hypoxic stress studies, stem cell culture, carcinogenic tumors, toxicity, and more.

Machine Vision Camera With USB3 Vision: Firefly® Machine Vision Camera With USB3 Vision: Firefly®

FLIR’s Firefly® camera is designed to combine machine vision features with the power of deep learning inference on-camera. With its integrated Intel® Movidius™ Myriad™ 2 Vision Processing Unit (VPU) users can deploy a trained neural network directly onto the camera and achieve inference on the edge. Its small size and low power are ideal for portable devices, and it provides excellent imaging with the latest global shutter CMOS sensors.

Oil/Water Separator Oil/Water Separator

Parkson’s Model SRC and SRM Oil/Water Separators offer a reliable, compact, and economical solution to a wide array of oil/water separation applications. The Oil/Water Separators remove free, non-emulsified oil and settleable solids to produce an effluent with less than 10 mg/l of oil droplets 20 micron or larger.

PISTA® TURBO™ Grit Washer PISTA® TURBO™ Grit Washer

The PISTA® TURBO™ Grit Washer uses TRI-CLEANSE TECHNOLOGY™ to produce clean grit while minimizing the odor caused by putrescible organics and the costs associated with growing landfill restrictions. Smith & Loveless’ PISTA® TURBO™ Grit Washer featuring TRI-CLEANSE TECHNOLOGY™ boasts a sleek, compact design with a similar footprint to S&L’s screw conveyor.

Dynamic Mechanical Analysis Dynamic Mechanical Analysis

The DMA systems from Anton Paar perform dynamic mechanical analysis in torsion, tension, bending and compression at unprecedented precision. Whatever your DMA requirements are, the DMA systems from Anton Paar are efficiently and comfortably adapted to meet your needs. Use the systems for the dynamic mechanical analysis of solutions, melts, solid bars, films, foils, or reactive resins.

32 – 38 GHz, 5 Watt GaN Amplifier: TGA2224 32 – 38 GHz, 5 Watt GaN Amplifier: TGA2224

Qorvo offers the TGA2224 wideband power amplifier MMIC covering the 32-38 GHz frequency range for radar, SatCom, EW, space, and point-to-point communications applications. Fabricated on Qorvo’s production 0.15 um GaN on SiC process, the TGA2224 provides greater than 37 dBm (5 W) of saturated output power and 16 dB of large-signal gain while achieving > 20% power-added efficiency.

Containment Split Butterfly Valves Containment Split Butterfly Valves

ChargePoint Technology’s PharmaSafe® transfer valve range offers the highest levels of operator protection through validated containment performance.

ABB Ability™ For Water Transmission ABB Ability™ For Water Transmission

Improved water reliability and lifecycle costs through total control of a one hundred mile transfer system.

Patient Engagement Patient Engagement

WCG’s end-to-end patient recruitment solution connects patients to clinical trials, enhances site resources and capabilities, and improves study data quality and endpoints. On average, we are helping our clients achieve a 33% acceleration in their enrollment timelines.

LeakFinder-ST: Advanced Acoustic Leak Detection System LeakFinder-ST: Advanced Acoustic Leak Detection System

Echologics is globally recognized as a leader in non-invasive leak detection technology.  Echologics’ flagship LeakFinder-ST correlator is a result of extensive research as well as the input from global leak detection experts on the user interface and design of equipment to meet the needs of end user.

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Successful Reuse Projects Hinge On Trusted Partnerships Successful Reuse Projects Hinge On Trusted Partnerships

Municipalities are under increasing pressure to identify new water sources and at some point in the near future many will be forced to take a hard look at reuse. While solutions available for reuse projects are reliable, the trick is properly combining them properly and ensuring operators who are unfamiliar with the technology can become proficient. For water utilities, this means having a trusted partner to enable the solutions. In this Water Talk interview, Patrick Regan, vice president of global corporate accounts with Evoqua, discusses the factors that will drive water reuse as well as approaches to address emerging contaminants.

The Mainstreaming Of Potable Reuse The Mainstreaming Of Potable Reuse

With ever-growing demand for water resources, the reuse discussion has been building for years. More utilities are considering it, policy is being created around it, and new technologies are making it more efficient. To better understand the evolving landscape, Water Talk sat down with Brown and Caldwell's regional One Water leader, Allegra da Silva.

Laying The Blueprint For 'One Water' Management Laying The Blueprint For 'One Water' Management

Partnering with the Water Research Foundation, Brown and Caldwell has developed the Blueprint for One Water — a user-friendly document for the practical application of 'One Water' planning. According to Lisa Skutecki, Brown and Caldwell's Southern California Water Resources Group Manager, 'One Water' is the concept of breaking down barriers across the water sector.

The Expanding Role Of Ozone The Expanding Role Of Ozone

As water reuse becomes increasingly common, more utilities will get to know ozone. To explain its role in water treatment schemes, Water Talk welcomed Jim Lauria, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Mazzei Injector Company, and Ben Kuhnel, Senior Project Manager for Arcadis. Learn how ozone works in concert with other processes to safely recycle water and treat contaminants of emerging concern — even in mobile/on-site applications.

What's Next For Water Reuse? What's Next For Water Reuse?

Steve Katz, Market Development Manager at SUEZ, explains how water reuse is being looked at differently today than it was even five years ago. Meanwhile, the stresses on water supply — increasing demand from industry and population growth, often in the face of drought — become more pressing with each passing year. Fortunately, water reuse is on the rise as public perception shifts and treatment technology advances.

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