Tag: water testing

Water testing is the continous sampling of various liquid streams and the analysis of their quality. These liquid streams include watercourses such as rivers and lakes, groundwater, recirculated cooling streams, boiler feedwater or condensate, and process effluents.

A Corrosive Issue

A Corrosive Issue

Professor Marc Edwards of Virginia Tech was analyzing water samples sent to him by a Flint, MI, water customer, done through a “very rigorous” sampling protocol that he had directed. “I was in total disbelief,” he says.

A Corrosive Issue

A Corrosive Issue

Professor Marc Edwards of Virginia Tech was analyzing water samples sent to him by a Flint, MI, water customer, done through a “very rigorous” sampling protocol that he had directed. “I was in total disbelief,” he says.

New Tools for Today’s Water Challenges

New Tools for Today’s Water Challenges

Keeping an eye on the temperamental moods of Mother Nature has come a long way from the windsock, thermometer, and rain gauge. Today, engineers, researchers, and environmental managers have an array of equipment that might be dubbed the poster-children of multitasking: digital testing and monitoring tools that can be programmed

Maintaining High Standards

Maintaining High Standards

Once in a while, an incident involving water quality arises in a United States community that sets off alarms for the water consumers and sends water utility operators in a scramble to mitigate the problem.

Maintaining High Standards

Maintaining High Standards

Once in a while, an incident involving water quality arises in a United States community that sets off alarms for the water consumers and sends water utility operators in a scramble to mitigate the problem. To that end, water utility managers nationwide are engaged in ongoing efforts to ensure water

Beach Report: 10% Fail Safety Test

WASHINGTON (June 25, 2014) — Ten percent of all water quality samples collected last year from nearly 3,500 coastal and Great Lakes beaches in the U.S. contained bacteria levels that failed to meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s most protective benchmark for swimmer safety. According to the 24 th annual

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