A review of 300 water reuse projects lends insight into trends driving emerging new market in the U.S. and Canada
While rainwater harvesting and other forms of onsite water reuse have been practiced for thousands of years, the application of water harvesting systems in commercial and large institutional projects is still a relatively new practice. Factors such as drought, concerns for municipal water supplies, trends in green building, and changing municipal guidelines have contributed to a recent surge in commercial projects, specifically systems that capture rainwater, greywater, and other onsite water sources for reuse.
The program showed effective control of scaling, corrosion and biological activity across a variety of operating conditions in a 40,000-gal chiller/cooling tower system
Mexel USA LLC announced preliminary results from the first six months of a demonstration of the Mexel 432/0 cooling water treatment on a system servicing the main campus of a major Midwestern university. The program showed effective control of scaling, corrosion and biological activity across a variety of operating conditions in a 40,000-gal chiller/cooling tower system.
The offering is designed for industrial customers
SUEZ Group has launched a new water conditioning service offering, specifically for industrial customers: aqualead.
The technology was approved as a secondary direct food additive for use across regulated industries where steam comes in contact with food products
GE announced that its Solus AP boiler treatment product has received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval as a secondary direct food additive for use across regulated industries where steam comes in contact with food products.
EcoWater’s CHC, through the use of controlled hydrodynamic cavitation, offers an environmentally friendly water treatment technology used in HVAC, process cooling and refrigeration systems to effectively control scale, biological growth—including Legionella—and corrosion without the use of chemicals. It offers a proven solution for maximizing equipment operating efficiency, safety and reliability via its multi-patented water treatment system.
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The challenge has saved $840 million in energy costs
As part of the Obama administration’s effort to advance energy efficiency and combat the harmful effects of climate change, Better Buildings Challenge partners have cut energy waste by 94 TBTUs since President Obama first launched the challenge in 2011. The energy savings announced here have saved partners a total of $840 million dollars in energy costs and avoided 6 million tons of harmful carbon emissions, equivalent to cutting the emissions of 1 million cars.
The Smart Brew Kit and Smart Brew Advanced Kit are handheld smart photometer systems for measuring a craft brewer’s water quality. Using the eXact iDip Smart Photometer System, the kits integrate two-way wireless communication with a smartphone. The kits measure calcium and magnesium hardness, chloride, pH, sodium, sulfate, total alkalinity and total hardness. The Advanced Kit includes the VisionPlus digital pH meter.
This biopolymer test kit is designed to be used on site and provides real-time, accurate results in minutes. Every minute counts in sensitive storm water runoff situations, and waiting for results could lead to detrimental environmental impact at a job site. The new test kit is economical ($4 per test) and includes materials for up to 100 field tests.