INDUSTRIAL WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT

Neutralizing Dissolved Solids Aeration Concerns
Neutralizing Dissolved Solids Aeration Concerns

The presence of dissolved solids presents both physical and financial challenges for aeration diffusers in any wastewater treatment operation and can be particularly problematic in high-concentration industrial and food-processing applications. Here are some warning signs, insights, and solutions for coping with conditions that can lead to excessive dissolved solids accumulation.

WATER AND WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS FOR THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

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WATER AND WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS FOR THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY

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WATER AND WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS FOR THE POWER GENERATION INDUSTRY

  • Developments In Heat Transfer Technology Can Improve Exchanger Efficiency And Reduce Water Demand
    Developments In Heat Transfer Technology Can Improve Exchanger Efficiency And Reduce Water Demand

    Water’s high heat capacity, high thermal conductivity, and historically low cost make it popular for process heat exchange. Power plants, especially those for liquid cooling applications, withdraw a large fraction of the total demand for water necessary for agriculture, industry, recreation, hygiene, drinking, and wildlife.  By Kevin J. Farrell and Vijay Sathyamurthi, Heat Transfer Research, Inc., College Station, Texas USA

  • Straight Talk On Radiation

    From time-to-time I write on topics that are related to water and wastewater as a "backgrounder" so that those involved in the field can gain a wider perspective and have available to them a cogent explanation minus jargon on various topics. By Dr. J.H. Wakefield

  • Benefits Of Clean Power Plan Are Measureable – Drop For Drop

    Since EPA released its proposed Clean Power Plan (CPP) in June of this year, the plan has been a hot topic in every state.

  • Membrane Technologies In Containerized Units Allow For Installation In A Small Footprint
    Membrane Technologies In Containerized Units Allow For Installation In A Small Footprint

    After an international tender process, the Israel Electric Company (IEC) chose Fluence to design, manufacture, and supply containerized ultrapure water production systems for use as makeup water for heat-recovery steam generators (HRSG) and for NOx emission reduction at recently upgraded power plants across Israel. More than 15 units of 20 m3/h production modules, each fitted in two 40-foot shipping containers, were provided to seven power plants. Their compact design allowed for ease of installation, operation, and maintenance while meeting the customer’s demanding engineering standards.

  • Eliminate CIP And Cut Wastewater Disposal In Half With CCD
    Eliminate CIP And Cut Wastewater Disposal In Half With CCD

    A high water recovery rate is essential for this well-known soy protein manufacturer.

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WATER AND WASTEWATER SOLUTIONS FOR INDUSTRY

  • Prepare To Pump Up Efficiency

    The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has proposed its first-ever energy standards for commercial and industrial pumps, aimed at saving energy in the agricultural and municipal clean water sectors.

  • Remote Monitoring Helps Growers, Water Districts Do Their Jobs
    Remote Monitoring Helps Growers, Water Districts Do Their Jobs

    Propeller flow meters have long been an important tool for agricultural irrigation management. As water scarcity and resource management have become increasingly critical, getting the most timely, accurate readings available from those meters is becoming more important than ever. Here is how growers and water conservation districts (WCDs) are each getting the best of both worlds for their own purposes.

  • Why One Hospital Switched From Submersbile Pumps To S&L Pump Stations
    Why One Hospital Switched From Submersbile Pumps To S&L Pump Stations

    Tough-to-access submersible pumps complicated life and increased costs for maintenance workers at the Royal Cornwall Hospital in Truro, United Kingdom.

  • Developments In Heat Transfer Technology Can Improve Exchanger Efficiency And Reduce Water Demand
    Developments In Heat Transfer Technology Can Improve Exchanger Efficiency And Reduce Water Demand

    Water’s high heat capacity, high thermal conductivity, and historically low cost make it popular for process heat exchange. Power plants, especially those for liquid cooling applications, withdraw a large fraction of the total demand for water necessary for agriculture, industry, recreation, hygiene, drinking, and wildlife.  By Kevin J. Farrell and Vijay Sathyamurthi, Heat Transfer Research, Inc., College Station, Texas USA

  • Produce Potable And Pharmaceutical Grade Water From Problematic Brackish Water
    Produce Potable And Pharmaceutical Grade Water From Problematic Brackish Water

    A pharmaceutical manufacturing plant located in Sedom, Israel faced challenging environmental conditions including low humidity, temperatures exceeding 105 degrees Fahrenheit and limited water supplies.

  • New Tech Offers Low-Energy Oil And Gas Wastewater Management
    New Tech Offers Low-Energy Oil And Gas Wastewater Management

    Microbial capacitive deionization (MCD) shows promise as a sustainable, low-cost treatment solution for produced water.

  • Does Healthy Drinking Water Mean Stricter Limits On Atrazine?

    The U.S. EPA is considering tightening its water regulations on atrazine, an herbicide known to cause adverse health effects if ingested. As researchers and state regulators advocate for stricter limits, it may be time to act.

  • Zero Liquid Waste (ZLW) For Mine Water Treatment
    Zero Liquid Waste (ZLW) For Mine Water Treatment

    Veolia entered into a DBO contract with a mining company for its mine water treatment facilities. Veolia designed and built a 3,500-gpm centralized Zero Liquid Waste (ZLW) system using advanced treatment technologies.

  • Straight Talk On Radiation

    From time-to-time I write on topics that are related to water and wastewater as a "backgrounder" so that those involved in the field can gain a wider perspective and have available to them a cogent explanation minus jargon on various topics. By Dr. J.H. Wakefield

  • EPA Researchers Use Innovative Approach To Find PFAS In The Environment

    There are thousands of per- and polyfluorinated substances (PFAS) in use for countless consumer products. PFAS can make products non-stick or waterproof. They are also used in industrial processes and make up fire-fighting foams used by first responders. With so many types of PFAS in use, EPA researchers have had to use new and innovative tools to gather more information about these chemicals.

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INDUSTRIAL WATER AND WASTEWATER PRODUCTS

aquasource™ Z-XS: Ultrafiltration Membrane Systems aquasource™ Z-XS: Ultrafiltration Membrane Systems

aquasource Z-XS is a highly compact ultrafiltration unit able to adapt to your raw water source with its comprehensive yet easy-to-use automation. Featuring up to 4 membrane modules ZW700B, the aquasource Z-XS is a packaged unit that can produce up to 350 m3/day of clarified and sanitized water from surface, ground, city- or seawater.

SuperSettler™ Featuring The ZICKERT Shark™ SuperSettler™ Featuring The ZICKERT Shark™
The efficient design of the SuperSettler™ Lamella Plate Clarifier utilizes lamella plates and shallow depth sedimentation to minimize the clarifier footprint.
Resinex Ion Exchange Resins Resinex Ion Exchange Resins

In many water treatment and food purification applications, activated carbon is used in conjunction with ion exchange resins to provide an end-product of the desired quality and purity.

Promag H 200 Promag H 200

The device with genuine two-wire technology and for minimal flow rates.

Sewage Treatment Mini Train System: WWT-50 Sewage Treatment Mini Train System: WWT-50

The highly scalable newterra WWT-50 Sewage Treatment Mini Train System is designed for rapid mobilization to serve camps of 200 to 800 people. These efficient plants are configured in trains that allow modular expansion and easy redeployment of assets. Each base configuration consists of two 40' containers that provide 50 m3 (13,200 US gal) of treatment capacity – enough for 200 people. Supplementing the base system with one 40' Adder container doubles capacity to 100 m3 for up to 400 people.

KLa Systems Jet Aerator KLa Systems Jet Aerator

The high-alpha factor and clean water oxygen transfer performance of KLa’s jet aeration technology results in low energy costs and reduced off-gas volume for industrial and biosolids applications.

Mobile Water Services: Reverse Osmosis Technology Mobile Water Services: Reverse Osmosis Technology

Veolia Water Technologies provides clients with mobile water solutions utilizing Reverse Osmosis technology. With applications in utility steam system make-up water, process water purification, water scarce areas, or where water reuse or recycle are required due to costly wastewater surcharges restricting discharge.

Potable Water Treatment Mini Train System: PWT 125 Potable Water Treatment Mini Train System: PWT 125

For remote sites with peak populations between 500 and 2,000 people, the newterra PWT-125 Mini Train System offers exceptional capacity and flexibility. The base system for up to 500 people consists of two 40' containerized elements – a discrete distribution/disinfection unit and a treatment unit. The Mini Train design allows up to four (4) treatment units to be added to a single distribution unit, providing potable water treatment for 2,000 people. The system is designed to integrate with containerized or free standing tanks for water storage. The treatment system is available for both groundwater and surface water sources.

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