EnergyOUT

Expanding the Benefits of Reverse Osmosis

The nexus between water use and energy consumption has never been more critical to both our sustainability and our economy. In myriad ways around...
steam flowmeter

Ultrasonic vs. Differential Pressure Flowmeters for High Pressure Steam Service: Part 2 of...

As we discussed in part 1 of this series, the measurement of steam flow during dramatic power boiler load changes is challenge that will...

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),...

Reclaiming Water – Building The Future

Fargo, North Dakota, sits on the western bank of the Red River of the North and serves as the industrial, as well as cultural,...
SPX

Keeping Cooling Towers Clean and Healthy

Developing a water management plan is essential for successful cooling tower operation, both in terms of overall cooling process efficiency, and in keeping system...

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...

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...

Brazilian Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Finds Success

By Rogerio Melo, Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group One of Brazil's state-owned water and waste treatment companies is engaged in the supply and treatment of water,...
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...

The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor: Part 3 of 4

Many inhibitors considered for use in an environmentally friendly corrosion inhibitor program are organic in nature and may be subject to oxidation. This paper...