EPA TRI Report Reveals Decline in Chemical Discharges
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), the annual report on the amount of toxic chemicals released into the environment for facilities reporting in calendar year 2001.
Annual Event to Showcase Wastewater Treatment Technologies
The Water Environment Federation will host its 76th annual Technical Exhibition and Conference this fall. Every year, the event draws thousands of water and wastewater professionals from around the world to learn the latest practices, solutions, and regulations in their field.
Guide to Measuring pH in Challenging Processes
Plant operators responsible for ensuring product quality, resource efficiency, profitability and environmental compliance require pH analysis instrumentation that lasts longer
New Blower Packages Improve Dewatering System Performance
Dewatering processes, such as carpet dewatering in the textile industry and pulp dewatering in the paper industry, are excellent opportunities for incorporating current rotary-lobe blower technology
Performance Expectation of Ion Exchange Resins Under Variable Operating Conditions in a Makeup Demineralizer
The objective of optimizing demineralizer systems is ultimately to reduce operating cost by minimizing regenerant and maximizing throughput while meeting your plant's water quality requirements.
Membranes Operational Warning Signs, Troubleshooting, and Cleaning
In normal operations, the reverse osmosis (RO) membrane in spiral wound elements can become fouled by mineral scale, biological matter, colloidal particles and insoluble organic material.
Companies Sign Agreement To Market Wastewater Technologies
USFilter and Paques bv of the Netherlands have signed an exclusive license agreement encompassing three of Paques' biological wastewater treatment technologies.