Repair or Rethink . . .

Moundsville, West Virginia is a small city located along the Ohio River. It is home to sites like Prabhupada’s Palace of Gold and the...

Recycling Earth’s Rapidly Shrinking Resource – Part 2 of 3

In the first part of this series, we examined some of the benefits of reusing wastewater, especially as it relates to food and beverage...
hydrogen sulfide

Odor and Corrosion Control in Wastewater Collection Systems: Part 3 of 5

Ozone can be generated by exciting a flow of oxygen with sufficient electrical or optical energy. This will cause a certain amount of oxygen...
Activated Sludge

How to Control Activated Sludge with Online Sensors: Part 1 of 3

The goal for domestic wastewater treatment in the twenty-first century should be to have a minimal carbon footprint and to be 100 percent self-sustainable...

More Power in Half the Size

Offering powerful, efficient pumping action in a compact and contemporary design, the recently modified Saniswift is small enough to fit easily inside a cabinet,...

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...

Odor and Corrosion Control in Wastewater Collection Systems: Part 4 of 5

In order to effectively rate the successful treatment of the force main, a background against which to make a comparison must be provided. In...
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...

Innovative Technology Improves Residential Water Management: Part 1 of 2

The University of Texas at Austin power plants provide heating and air conditioning for two hundred buildings totaling over one-hundred million cubic feet of...
drinking water contaminants

Innovative Solutions to Drinking Water Decontamination in Small and Medium Treatment Plants: Part 1of...

Though drinking water tends to be relatively clean compared with water that is being considered for other uses, it sometimes can contain contaminants. Air...