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.

Reuse: Wastewater as a Resource

Reuse: Wastewater as a Resource

NOWADAYS, WATER SCARCITY AND SUSTAINABILITY are big concerns for organizations of all sizes. Interest in water recycling has been growing in many industries because of the way it transforms a waste product into a valuable resource that can be used for many purposes, both in-house and in the community. This

WEF Announces 2016 Ingenuity Contest Winners

WEF Announces 2016 Ingenuity Contest Winners

The Water Environment Federation (WEF) proudly announces the winners of the fifth annual WEFTEC Ingenuity Contest. The competition recognizes innovative water professionals who used what they had on hand and a little bit of ingenuity to creatively solve persistent challenges.

The following winners were recognized during “A Celebration of Operator Innovation,

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The SMARTROLL Handheld systems combine industry-leading water-quality sensors with revolutionary smartphone mobility, eliminating the need for bulky, expensive handheld meters. Customers can connect the SMARTROLL Multiparameter or RDO Probe to an iOS Battery Pack or Android Power Pack, launch the mobile app, and start reading results. There is no

A Mixed Forecast for Drinking Water

A Mixed Forecast for Drinking Water

On this planet, water is practically everywhere. Yet worldwide, less than 0.01% of that water could be considered safe and accessible for drinking. Lately, that figure has declined by a tiny margin of a percentage, but that decline has had great significance for the people of Flint, MI.

Efficient Effluent: Blending Wastewater for Ag Reuse

Efficient Effluent: Blending Wastewater for Ag Reuse

It’s estimated that 70% of freshwater withdrawals worldwide are for agricultural use. Although some see recycled wastewater as a potential solution component to global water scarcity issues, the costs of treating wastewater—to remove contaminants, reduce crop-damaging salts, and to meet health standards for reuse—often present financial limitations.

A new economic model

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

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