Tag: water treatment process

Water treatment is, collectively, the industrial-scale processes that makes water more acceptable for an end-use, which may be drinking, industry, or medicine.

Water Containment and Storage

Water Containment and Storage

Visitors on the grounds of any water utility that uses General Electric’s ZeeWeed water filters may notice something slightly unusual: rectangular water tanks. The ZeeWeed filters themselves, a curious collection of spaghetti-like tubes, dangle in large blocks hoisted overhead by intense-looking track systems. When those track systems drop the tubes

Sustainable Solutions for the 21st Century

Sustainable Solutions for the 21st Century

By the year 2020, the future of an integrated solid waste management system will continue to evolve by reducing its carbon footprint and focusing on renewable energy in response to the global drive toward sustainability. Reducing the waste management carbon footprint may originate from many fronts. Opportunities may include the

Rate Case Tightrope

To consumers, it seems that everything–the depressed value of their homes notwithstanding–is getting more and more expensive these days. The higher cost of gasoline has hit home on basically a permanent basis over the past couple of years due to increased global demand. With states and many municipalities running fiscal

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