High-Performance Nitrate Removal Ion Exchange System
By Filip Rochette Introduction A major manufacturer has developed an innovative ion exchange system for the removal of nitrate from groundwater sources. These systems have become the leading nitrate removal technology in the United Kingdom, […]
Testing Residential Distillation Systems
By Rick Andrew Distillation is not a new water treatment technique. In fact, distillation processes have been used for hundreds of years. Because distillation involves vaporization and condensation of water, the technique reduces concentrations of […]
Innovative Technology Breaks Down Sludge and Removes Odors a...
By Klaus Voss and John Norton, Ph.D. Background Located in Gloucester, VA, Thousand Trails Chesapeake Bay is an RV campsite and outdoor preserve with over 350 full-hookup sites and 25 rental cabins. The site also […]
Fall has arrived!
Kurt C. Peterson, Publisher Across the nation, abnormal temperatures and weather patterns have been creating havoc all year. Now it looks like fall weather is beginning to show itself everywhere, even in the Southwest, which […]
PWQA 2010 Annual Conference in Pictures
By WC&P Staff The annual conference in Irvine, September 14-17 featured legislative and governmental meetings, educational seminars on selling tips, tune-ups, brine efficiency and the Battelle Study results. Over 350 attendees visited more than 50 […]
T-DRILL’s Nelson to retire
On December 31, Dick Nelson will retire from T-DRILL Industries, Inc. Of his 34 years in the industry, he spent 30 at T-DRILL. Nelson, who served as Sales Manager of Commercial Products and Secretary of […]
Common Drinking Water Contaminant Linked to Intellectual Im...
By Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D. Manganese (Mn) is an essential element in humans, but at higher levels, has been shown to cause adverse neurological effects, resembling a Parkinson’s-like illness. These adverse effects are well […]
Using Data Loggers to Gauge Motor Efficiency
By Evan Lubofsky In keeping with a national push to bring greater energy efficiency to wastewater treatment plants, a Pennsylvania facility used data loggers to analyze motor utilization, a first step toward cutting energy costs […]
InterBev/IBWA 2010: Smaller But Still Interesting
By WC&P Staff The Orange County Convention Center in sunny Orlando, FL hosted a smaller InterBev/IBWA 2010 conference this Breck Speed (Mountain Valley Spring Co.) and Raymond Steed (CCDA Waters, LLC). Also named were 2010 […]
Trends in Pretreatment for Seawater Reverse Osmosis
By Lisa Henthorne (Editor’s note: this article first appeared in the IDA Journal on Desalination and Water Reuse and is reprinted with their permission.) Pretreatment has long been the chink in the armor of seawater […]