Some really important research going on right now, which is critical for the point-of-use/point-of-entry (POU/POE) industry in order for POU/POE treatment to become an accepted practice for small public water system compliance. It seems as though we are closer than ever to finding acceptance in this arena.
Airports potentially can generate enormous amounts of polluted stormwater runoff. In addition to hydrocarbons such as oil and fuel from cars, trucks and planes, winter weather brings added sand and salt to the roadways. Expanding the terminal area for Continental's new Global Gateway at Newark Liberty International Airport in late 2001 included increasing the paved areas around the terminal to accommodate the new taxiways and roadways. The system demonstrates the effectiveness of applying stormwater treatment technology to an already congested area where competition for space is fierce.
In 1997, EPA and Congress officially recognized onsite wastewater treatment systems (commonly referred to as septic systems) as a viable, long-term solution for treating wastewater. This was an important designation since nearly 40 percent of new homes in the United States use this type of system to treat household wastewater.
The security measures for Community Water System are based on the established credo "detect, delay and respond."
The patented combination of slowsand with nanofiltration offers benefits that merit considerable discussion. This combination successfully was piloted by the University of Arizona beginning in 1987.
Significant developments in onsite water treatment has everyone in the industry working to keep up with the latest advances in septic system design, product innovations and management strategies.
A non-discharge wetland system can help small wastewater facilities avoid the burdensome regulatory monitoring compliance and record keeping required for a discharge system.
Small Wastewater Systems
Nanofiltration is a liquid separation membrane technology positioned between reverse osmosis (RO) and ultrafiltration.
Water Needs, Unique Research Arrangement Lead to Membrane Development
An overview of an American Water Works Association Research Foundation project.