The Simple Backpressure Valve: Workhorse of Water Treatment
From makeup to process to waste treatment, a well designed backpressure valve with an adjustable set point can be one of the most important tools in a system designer’s arsenal.
Hidden Benefits of Stormwater Inspections
Stormwater compliance inspections by regulatory agency staff are anticipated as much as a trip to the dentist for a root canal.
ZLD Today, Part 2: What to Do with the Water
• Part 1 of this series discussed power generation design and source water character.
Where Rubber Meets Water: Picking the Best Rubber Parts for Your Application
Depending on what part of the water and hydronics industry you’re in - production of drinking water systems, industrial makeup, process or cooling water, or wastewater - there are different variables to consider when selecting rubber components for your equipment.
Advanced Oxidation Processes: Removal of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds
Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) are emerging environmental issues that have generated concern with both scientific communities and the general public for a few years now.
‘Green’ Enzymes: Extremophiles Naturally Eliminate Hydrogen Peroxide from Industrial Wastewater
Hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) has become the “green solution” for bleaching, cleaning and disinfecting in a wide range of industries, including textile, pulp, paper, food preparation and food packaging.
Membrane Cleaning: Design and Operation of RO System Clean-In-Place Skid
This series of five articles discusses cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems.