AdEdge Water Hires New Mechanical Designer

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AdEdge Water Technologies LLC
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He will be responsible for designing and drafting system equipment, among other tasks

AdEdge Water Technologies LLC recently announced the hiring of Sam Miller as the company’s newest mechanical designer. He will be responsible for designing and drafting system equipment and machined-part three-dimensional modeling, assembling bill of materials for projects and quality assurance of water treatment systems to remove arsenic, iron, manganese and other contaminants from groundwater.

Miller brings with him more than 12 years of experience in mechanical design.

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April 17, 2012

AdEdge Welcomes Eric Simpson as Project Engineer

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AdEdge Water Technologies LLC
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He will be responsible for management tasks, system design, project scoping and water treatment projects

AdEdge Water Technologies LLC recently welcomed Eric Simpson as its newest project engineer. He will be responsible for management tasks related to proposal preparation, system design, project scoping and execution of water treatment projects for systems to remove arsenic, iron, manganese and other contaminants from groundwater.

Simpson brings more than 20 years of experience in the water and wastewater industry, serving in capacities ranging from water distribution design, water modeling and sanitary sewer design and rehabilitation. 

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April 13, 2012

Companies Agree to Aid EPA in Remediating Groundwater

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U.S. EPA
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GE and SI will collect the contaminated liquid waste and send it off site for disposal

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Wednesday that it has reached an agreement with the General Electric Co. (GE) and SI Group Inc. (formerly Schenectady Chemical) to collect and properly dispose of contaminated groundwater and liquid leaching from the Dewey Loeffel landfill that is threatening several nearby drinking water wells.

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April 12, 2012

Electrochemical Sensor Manufacturing Facility Receives ISO Certification

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Sensorex
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NSF Intl. certified Sensorex’s product line design and production facility

Sensorex’s analytical product line’s design and production facility, featuring advanced cellular manufacturing equipment and practices, has been approved and certified by NSF Intl. to the 9001:2008 standard.

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April 12, 2012

AdEdge Water Technologies Welcomes New Control Systems Engineer

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AdEdge Water Technologies
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She will be responsible for programming, quality assurance, field support, troubleshooting and more

Tobey Strauch recently joined AdEdge Water Technologies LLC as control systems engineer. She will be responsible for programming system control panels, quality assurance, process management, field support, troubleshooting and designing mechanical and electrical interfaces for water treatment systems to remove arsenic, iron, manganese and other contaminants from groundwater.

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April 11, 2012

May NGWA Conference to Focus on Public Water Issues

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National Ground Water Assn.
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The conference will cover several topics related to public water issues

The National Ground Water Assn. (NGWA) will offer “Public Water Issues: A Conference for Communities, Contractors and Consulting Professionals,” in Garden Grove, Calif., on May 9.

This one-day conference will address, among other topics:

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April 10, 2012

Chilean Community Receives Arsenic Treatment System

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AdEdge Water Technologies LLC
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Source water contains arsenic concentrations above recommended WHO levels

AdEdge Water Technologies recently shipped an arsenic treatment system to the Arica – Pago de Gomez Water Treatment Plant in Chile to reduce arsenic levels of 18 ppb in the water source to below the arsenic maximum contaminant level set by the World Health Organization of 10 ppb.

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April 9, 2012

Oil Companies Agree to Ensure Safe Water for Montana Town

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U.S. EPA
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Companies must continue to monitor groundwater contamination and supply alternate water source if needed

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached an agreement with three oil production companies operating on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana requiring the companies to address groundwater contamination threatening the city of Poplar’s public water supply system.

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April 6, 2012
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Study Finds High Concentrations of Organic Solvents in California Groundwater

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U.S. Geological Survey
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Results show effects of industry and agriculture on groundwater quality

Organic solvents were detected at high concentrations in 18% of the aquifer system used for public supply in the San Fernando and San Gabriel basins in California in a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) study. However, this groundwater treated before delivery to customers to ensure compliance with water quality standards.

By comparison, in most of the California areas previously studied, organic solvents were often detected in groundwater, but not at high concentrations. Statewide, high concentrations of organic solvents were found in less than 2% of the groundwater.

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April 4, 2012
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55209

Informational Sessions on New Pennsylvania Fracking Law Planned

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Environmental Expert
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Pennsylvania DEP will host four online sessions in March and April

The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) will host online information sessions on implementing Act 13, which Gov. Tom Corbett signed into law in February to further protect the environment and place more stringent regulations on the natural gas drilling industry.

“Act 13 reaffirms our strong commitment to safe, responsible, environmentally sensitive and transparent natural gas development here in Pennsylvania,” said DEP Secretary Mike Krancer. “Our intent with these sessions is to explain the law and answer whatever questions people may have.”

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March 28, 2012
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