The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 1 of 4

Corrosion control of carbon steel heat exchange components is becoming increasingly more important as energy costs rise and the demand for environmentally friendly chemicals...
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Shopping for Water

For the past two decades, the American West has experienced a widespread and severe drought that has strained water-supply systems. This prolonged...

U.S. Water Establishes Treatment Program for the University of Texas at Austin’s Reclaimed Water...

In last month’s introduction to this case study, U.S. Water implemented a water treatment program to minimize issues in off-line condensers and established a...
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Chronic Clogging Bows to Ground-breaking Technology

The Suffolk County Department of Public Works Stony Brook Pump Station was facing on-going interruptions to pumping operations as a result of “ragging”—a common...

Clean Energy from Landfill Diversion Plus the Bonus of Biochar

Biochar is the carbon-rich product that is left over after the completion of the gasification process. (photo credit: Dillon Fuller) Lebanon, Tennessee, is located twenty-five miles...

Repair of Quake-damaged Wastewater Plant Is Life-saving Work

German-based association arche noVa specializes in the provision and restoration of drinking water supplies in disaster areas. The devastating earthquake in Nepal claims humanitarian...

Don’t Just Settle With Poor Water Pressure: Part 2 of 2

In last month’s article, we were introduced to Steve and Kacy Peel of Naples, Florida, who purchased a home with a huge challenge internally:...
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Reasons to Invest in an Arsenic Water Treatment System

In many areas of the United States, the element arsenic makes its way into the water supply. This element can have adverse...