The webinar is the first in a series on entering the commercial water treatment market
WQP and Applied Management Group Inc. are sponsoring a series of webinars related to entering the commercial water treatment market. The first webinar in the series, “Entering the Commercial Market: C&I Critical Assessment,” will be held March 25, 2015, from 2 to 3 p.m. EDT.
Over the years, many companies have entered the commercial and industrial (C&I) water treatment market more by happenstance than by planning — opening them up to great risks.
The technology treats limescale-related problems in the residential, commercial and industrial sectors
The National Restaurant Assn. has awarded HydroFLOW USA the 2015 Kitchen Innovations Award.
The National Restaurant Assn., a restaurant industry business association, comprises 1 million restaurant and food service outlets and a workforce of 14 million employees. The Kitchen Innovations Awards recognizes and celebrates equipment and technology that specifically improves the back of the house and benefits food service operators.
Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015
2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
2 to 3 p.m. EDT
Wednesday, March 25, 2015
2 p.m. to 3 p.m. EDT
Over the years, many companies have entered the commercial and industrial (C&I) water treatment market more by happenstance than by planning—opening them up to great risks.
The food, beverage and brewing industries operate under exacting safety and quality standards. Any microbial contamination in the process can cause discoloration, affect flavor and shorten shelf life, not to mention create potential health risks for consumers. Effective microbial disinfection of the whole process is therefore essential.
UV disinfection’s many applications in the food & beverage sector
WaterSense is encouraging hotels across the country to keep track of water usage
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) WaterSense program is continuing its H2Otel Challenge in 2015, encouraging hotels to assess, change and track their water use using best management practices. To date, 800 hotels have pledged to tackle projects throughout their properties that can improve water efficiency and performance while providing the highest-quality experience for guests.
Breweries need power to produce beer, and power plants need consistent, high-quality water to operate effectively. Because source water varies based on location, water chemistry and time of year, a power station for a major North American brewing company turned to Dow Water & Process Solutions and Consolidated Water Solutions to deliver a means to a flavorful, full-bodied and satisfying end.
Water for Power
RO elements help brewery power plant meet feedwater requirements
In the late 1990s, a coking facility in Detroit closed, and the site was subjected to strict cleanup requirements as part of new government regulations. As part of the overall site cleanup, the facility was required to capture groundwater contaminated with creosote oil, aromatic hydrocarbons, ammonia and iron, and prevent it from migrating off site and contaminating surrounding areas. The final destination for the groundwater was a municipal wastewater treatment plant.
Bioreactor technology chosen to treat groundwater on the site of a former Michigan coking facility
R14 Series reverse osmosis (RO) systems for water purification in commercial settings are ideal for applications including municipal water treatment, steam boiler and steam sterilizer makeup, laboratory use, spot-free car washes, food processing, and metal plating and finishing, as well as for water for humidification.
The compact, wall-mounted, heavy-duty RO systems come in three models for flow rates up to 5,400 gal per day (gpd). They are available with brass or stainless steel fittings.