Tag: water treatment systems

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 treatment is unlike portable water purification that campers and other people in wilderness areas practice. Water treatment should remove existing water contaminants or so reduce their concentration that their water becomes fit for its desired end-use, which may be safely returning used water to the environment.

Analysis: Unlocking Flow of Capital to Water Sector Requires Smart, Integrated Strategies

Analysis: Unlocking Flow of Capital to Water Sector Requires Smart, Integrated Strategies

Scan provides roadmap for accelerating green infrastructure, planning and preparedness solutions that protect the most vulnerable

Unlocking the flow of capital to accelerate improvements to water infrastructure that advance climate resilience and protect urban low-income communities from flooding requires integrated strategies for investments and grantmaking, concludes a recently released analysis.

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

Water-Quality Management on “Mega” Construction Projects

Water-Quality Management on “Mega” Construction Projects

This article discusses the management of various sources of construction water on large-scale (“mega”) construction and redevelopment projects. The sources can include high-flow dewatering applications, contaminated groundwater aquifers, stormwater contributions, and construction-related process wastewater.

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.

AdEdge Water Technologies Provides All Sizes of Arsenic Treatment Systems

AdEdge Water Technologies Provides All Sizes of Arsenic Treatment Systems

AdEdge Water Technologies announced today that it now supplies Bayoxide© E33 media for arsenic water treatment systems in any size
community.

E33 is an adsorptive media implemented successfully in more than 400
AdEdge installations worldwide. The company will continue to sell E33 media
replacements for existing arsenic treatment systems.

Headquartered in Duluth, GA, AdEdge

Keeping Water Quality Contained

Keeping Water Quality Contained

Whether cost or a myriad of other reasons make connecting an individual site’s water supply to a municipal water supply unfeasible, many applications require storage of a large volume of water. In many of these applications, whether they are for potable or non-potable water, facility owners must meet a water

When You Need to Make It Flow Uphill

When You Need to Make It Flow Uphill

When deploying sustainable water networks, we can observe the watersheds they’ll inhabit to seize opportunities to serve both people, and the planet. In the 21st century, we’re getting used to scientific facts running circles around science fiction, yet water will always behave the same. Whether we use sophisticated electronic pumping

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