The proliferation of bottled beverages worldwide and an increased awareness of consumer health issues have beverage suppliers rethinking how to keep their liquids safe for consumption.
Advances in Ozone Generation Technology Yield Big Benefits for Bottled Water Industry
Customer complaints are an unfortunate but unavoidable part of business. Bottled water complaints typically arise when a customer perceives an off taste, odor or appearance in the water.
Engineers set out to discover whether the direct addition of sodium chlorite to a water stream might be an effective nitrification control process.
New Analyzer Offers Continuous Measurement, Dual Stream Sample
The Gas Chlorine Education Committee announced the launch of an industry-wide campaign entitled, "Gas Chlorine: The One and Only Choice for Water Disinfection." The year-long campaign takes aim at unsubstantiated reports questioning the safety of gas chlorination.
Committee launches chlorine safety campaign
One of the most important (and sometimes the most complex) area of the bottled water business is compliance with federal, state and industry regulations. As the EPA continues to evaluate contaminants in drinking water for regulation under the Safe Drinking Water Act (SDWA), the FDA must review these regulations for their suitability for bottled water.
Continually Evolving Regulations for D/DBPs
Performance studies show that crushed recycled glass can provide capital and annual cost savings over traditional sand filter media.
Disinfection systems treat one city's groundwater supply, allowing the city's aquifers to meet EPA and local water quality regulations.
This article will serve as a troubleshooting principles outline that will quickly and simply guide you through ascertaining, locating and fixing the problem.
Ascertain the Problem
A customer calls with an iron carryover. He is using an ozone system, which includes the ozone unit (ozonator), ozone injection system, off gas/air release tank and filtration.
This article will serve as a troubleshooting principles outline that will quickly and simply guide you through ascertaining, locating and fixing the problem
It was more than 90 years ago that Booton, N.J., became the first utility in the nation to use chlorine to purify water. Subsequently the use of chlorinated water became the norm across the country and safe drinking water is something we all take for granted. In that respect, how many people realize how water chlorination affects other aspects of everyday life? To many people, a nice dip in the pool provides recreation and relaxation, and they don’t need to think about the effort that went into the treatment and sanitation that made that pool a safe and clean place for fun. That is left to the professionals and drinking water fundamentals that can be applied to pool water care.
From Drinking Water To Swimming Pools