Twin multimedia filters improve water quality at a Hawaii power plant
Consumers continue to demand soft water as water softeners face opposition from municipalities
The creeks flowing from the peaks of the Rocky Mountains provide a good source of drinking water for the residents of East Shoshone County, Idaho. For decades, drinking water for approximately 1,400 households came from that surface water, which was treated only by chlorination.
UF Membranes deliver potable water to residents of East Shoshone County, Idaho
Advanced depth filtration offers an alternative to membranes
Prefiltration provides complete turnkey operation with low membrane maintenance requirements at an ethanol plant
Membrane filtration systems continue to play an important role in the growing reuse market
Using a water softener is a popular and effective method for residential water treatment. A water softener improves water quality by removing hardness and iron, and in most cases, the benefits of the system far outweigh the equipment and maintenance costs.
The pros and cons of adding various filter media to softening resin
Wastewater can have several meanings, depending on the industry or application. Blow down from cooling towers is considered wastewater; leachate recovery water in greenhouses contaminated with pathogens can be considered wastewater; and water processed in sewage plants is definitively considered wastewater. Finding alternative methods to disinfect water before it is introduced back into the ecosystem or to disinfect reclaimed water, has always been a challenge.
Using alternative methods of disinfection can reduce long-term costs and diminish chemicals introduced into the ecosystem