Antimicrobial Technology Receives EPA Approval

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Dow Microbial Control
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The solid tablets facilitate safer microbial control in water cooling systems

Dow Microbial Control, a business group of the Dow Chemical Co., received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its solid form of Kathon antimicrobial.

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May 19, 2015

University of Michigan Activates Cooling Water Treatment System

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The system will use a new cooling water treatment product that is expected to eliminate the need to use more toxic chemicals and improve the energy efficiency of the systems treated

The University of Michigan will continue its on-going efforts to operate its facilities in an energy efficient and environmentally sustainable fashion by demonstrating the use a cooling water treatment product recently approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The emulsion is expected to eliminate the need to use more toxic chemicals and improve the energy efficiency of the systems treated.

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April 20, 2015

Biocide

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GE

Spectrus TD1100E is a non-oxidizing microbiological control agent used to kill or control growth of microbial populations in open evaporative cooling systems. It is designed to reduce microbiologically influenced corrosion and the potential risk of Legionella bacteria, helping avoid damage to equipment and keeping system inefficiencies at bay. A decreased use of chemicals lowers environmental impact.

AWWA: SDWA Anniversary Cause to Celebrate, 'Renew Our Commitment' to Safe Water

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American Water Works Assn.
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AWWA CEO David LaFrance thanks water professionals nationwide for keeping water safe for drinking

Dec. 16, 2014, marked the 40th anniversary of the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), which today includes regulations for more than 90 contaminants. American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) CEO David LaFrance issued the following statement to mark the occasion.

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December 18, 2014

University of Michigan Partners With Mexel USA for Energy-Efficient Campus Water Treatment System

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Mexel USA
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The company's filming amine emulsion will be used in the university’s cooling water towers

The University of Michigan is partnering with the U.S. division of French water purification company Mexel to perform a 12-month demonstration using the company’s filming amine emulsion Mexel 432/0 for cooling water treatment.

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December 17, 2014

Critical Chemicals

On April 11, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its 2014 to 2018 Strategic Plan, with goals that include protecting U.S. waters, ensuring the safety of chemicals, and protecting human health and the environment through enhanced compliance activities.

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Green chemicals play a role in water treatment & reuse applications

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Mary Wolter Glass is president of Mexel USA. Glass can be reached at mglass@mexelusa.com or 703.349.3347.

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July 18, 2014
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July 18, 2014
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EcoWater Acquires VRTX Technology, Operations

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EcoWater Systems
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EcoWater expands green product portfolio with chemical-free water treatment for cooling towers

EcoWater Systems expanded its commercial business product line through the acquisition of the Controlled Hydrodynamic Cavitation (CHC) technology and operations from VRTX Technologies of Schertz, Texas.

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May 7, 2014

Monitoring System

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The V-SURE wireless remote monitoring system for VRTX cooling water treatment solutions provides operational feedback and alerts. The GSM phone modem interfaces with a programmable logic controller that automates operation while monitoring performance. The system can communicate with and monitor a VRTX system independent of network, and data are made available via a secure Web portal. If an alarm condition occurs, the system alerts personnel who can troubleshoot and repair many issues remotely.

Scaling Back Bacteria

The Legionella bacterium, Legionella pneumophila — the fundamental agent of Legionnaires’ disease — is a water-based organism that causes infection when inhaled in aerosol form. Legionnaires’ disease acquired its name in 1976, when an outbreak of pneumonia occurred among attendees of a convention of the American Legion in Philadelphia. Later, the bacterium causing the illness was named Legionella.

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Scale prevention helps reduce risk of Legionnaires’ disease

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Jan de Baat Doelman is president of Scalewatcher North America Inc. Doelman can be reached at jan@scalewatcher.com or 610.932.6888.

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March 20, 2013
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March 20, 2013
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MIOX Presents at Cooling Tower Institute Conference

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MIOX
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Increasing power plant output using a new methodology for cooling loop maintenance

Tom Muilenberg, MIOX director of commercial operations, and Cem Candir, MIOX vice presidents of sales and marketing will present the technical paper, “How Stripping Biofilm From the Cooling Water Loop Impacts Power Plant Production Output” at the Cooling Tower Institute (CTI) Conference in Corpus Christi, Texas, on Feb. 4, 2013.

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January 31, 2013
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