A Holistic Approach to Process Control – Part 2 of 2

In part one of this two part series, we introduced the City of Lebanon (PA) Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) and described the objectives...

Perspectives at the Water-Energy-Climate Nexus

Afield of experts gathered to discuss climate change in the context of water and energy innovation and issues at Northwestern University's 2016 Climate Change...
FOG Reducers

Bioaugmentation Saves Money and Time

Reducing FOG and odors in collection systems and lift stations Fats, oils, and grease (FOG) can accumulate in collection systems and lift stations and cause...

Triple Win: Part 1 of 2

Wastewater treatment plants are a relatively untapped opportunity in the world of energy efficiency. Although these energy costs represent the largest controllable expense for...

The Next Generation of Membrane Systems

At the most recent WEFTEC in Chicago, Pentair presented its tubular membrane modules equipped with Helix, the flux enhancing technology that ushers in the...

Recycling Earth’s Rapidly Shrinking Resource

Water is required throughout a food and beverage facility for various uses, including makeup water for cooling towers and boilers, washing of equipment and...

Post-Katrina, an All-Terrain Sewer™ Revitalizes a Mississippi Town: Part 1 of 2

The eye of Hurricane Katrina made its final landfall in August 2005, along Mississippi's Hancock County (bordered by the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana),...

Grit Out, Power Up

By Soren Rasmussen, Landia A decade since it began, Cannington Bio Energy’s hive of activity is impressive—with volumes of waste arriving, waste being treated—and green...

How to Select the Most Effective Blower Technology for Wastewater Applications: Part...

Given numerous variables when selecting an aeration blower system for wastewater applications, and equally numerous claims by technology providers, it is not surprising that...
drinking water contaminants

Innovative Solutions to Drinking Water Decontamination in Small and Medium Treatment Plants: Part 2...

Chlorine is most frequently used to disinfect drinking water, and existing regulations both limit THMs at the point of end use and require a...