Simple technique provides safety and economic advantages for POU/POE systems
Overview of offsite media regeneration certification
A global look at bottled water testing & regulated contaminants
Worldwide design trends mark growing consumer awareness of cooler hygiene+
Analyzing bottled water for inorganic contaminants
Examining the differences between POU and POE systems in the NSF/ANSI DWTU Standards
There are many ways drinking water changes on its path to consumers’ taps. Corrosion of metal piping materials is one of the most significant causes of degradation. The more noticeable aesthetic degradation occurs as a result of oxidation of iron piping producing red, yellow or “rusty” water.
Lead in Seattle school district’s drinking water prompts major review
Overview of regulations and contamination factors
In early 2004, AdEdge was pre-qualified and invited to participate in an arsenic pilot study of commercial adsorption-based treatment technologies with Damon S. Williams & Associates (DSWA). As an outcome of the successful piloting and preliminary work with the engineer, AdEdge was chosen by Centennial Contractors to perform full-scale arsenic treatment using its granular ferric oxide adsorption technology at the New River Elementary School site in New River, Ariz., 15 miles north of Phoenix.
Full-scale arsenic treatment delivers clean water to New River Elementary School in Arizona
Activated carbon is an excellent adsorbent due to its large surface area and the fact that the diverse surfaces can take on many different types of contaminants.
Broad spectrum removal filter media—overview