Faced with upgrading aging facilities, a Florida water utility decided to incorporate reverse osmosis.
A Philadelphia water company improved the performance of and reduced the operating costs of its filtration system with modernized high-rate gravity filters.
The latest on membrane technology for water treatment.Membrane system technology has been developed to a point where one or more of its forms can be applied to extract most of the contaminants of concern found in many raw water sources. Recognizing the importance of the latest findings to the drinking water supply community, the International Water Supply Association recently conducted a conference on the subject in Paris, France.
The biologically enhanced carbon process is an option for many water utilities.
Artificial water recharging satisfies insufficient water supply.
When a town meeting in New Castle, New York, prompted local government officials to take citizen complaints about water quality seriously, they initiated a lengthy multi-step project to fix the problems. They could not have known then, in the early '80s, that their decision to proceed was timely. The water system improvement program they embarked upon anticipated some of the key regulatory requirements put in place years later, and solved problems of quality and quantity that arose as a result of the growth and development of the town and its surroundings.
A New York State town developed a water treatment plant which uses dissolved air flotation and ozone disinfection to ensure meeting anticipated tighter regulations
No matter what design solutions engineers and construction contractors devise to contend with the growing number of water and air pollution regulations, they can't do very much without pumps. Gravity sometimes may play a role in water and wastewater systems, but pumps are without a doubt the prime movers in the business of fluid handling.
A review of the role of plastic pumps in water pollution control systems