Corrosion Monitoring: Moving It from the Lab to the Control Room
Historically speaking, corrosion evaluation methods in the industrial wastewater industry typically involved the analysis of sacrificial samples (coupons) placed in the pipeline.
Water Treatment Industry Jumps to Offer Asian Assistance after Tsunami
Few could have foreseen the awesome destruction a tsunami spawned by a 9.0 magnitude earthquake the day after Christmas off the coast of Sumatra, Indonesia, would wreak on coastal areas of about 12 countries that ring the Indian Ocean.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR- A Fractured Industry
Dear Editor: I read with interest your editorial in the November/December 2004 issue of Industrial WaterWorld ("A Merging of Interests,").
Outsourcing Water & Wastewater Treatment in the Microelectronics Industry
Although the context of this article is the outsourcing of industrial wastewater treatment and production of process water, the concept of "outsourcing" in the manufacturing industry...
How Using 'Mobile Water' Can Power Strategy
To produce power, every plant needs a consistent, running supply of clean water. When something impedes the water treatment process...
Analysis of Options for Water Treatment and Reuse
PPL Montana requires a method to reduce water volume in its Colstrip, Mont., process ponds through water management (reuse) and/or water treatment...
Value Added Wastewater Treatment: Chilean Beverage Plant Benefits from Biological Process
Customized treatment technologies are dispelling the notion that wastewater treatment is synonymous with flushing profits down the drain. Pretreatment helps companies avoid or eliminate surcharges.
Next-Generation Telemetry Solutions for the Industrial Water Industry
Recent advances in technology have opened a whole new set of remote monitoring and control opportunities for the water industry.
New Coatings, Linings Help Meet Guidelines for Concrete Storage Tanks
Preventing groundwater contamination from leaking above ground storage tanks (ASTs) is imperative for owners and operators of tanks containing industrial wastewater and hazardous materials.
Group Launches Program to Help Utilities Comply with 316(b)
In February 2004, new EPA rules will go into effect governing the intake of cooling waters into power plants. These rules will implement national standards for Section 316(b) of the Clean Water Act...