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  1. Water Council announces Round III of The Brew accelerator program

    Online Articles

    Fri, 27 Feb 2015

    the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM) School for Freshwater Sciences and Marquette University Access to the Global Water ..... transforming the Milwaukee region into a World Water Hub for freshwater research, economic development and education. For more information

  2. Water Council names first director of finance and operations

    Online Articles

    Thu, 26 Feb 2015

    The Water Council is capturing the attention of the world and transforming the Milwaukee region into a World Water Hub for freshwater research, economic development and education. For more information, visit www.thewatercouncil.com . ###

  1. How Advanced Self-Cleaning Technology is Unlocking Value in Food & Beverage Wastewater Treatment Applications

    Article

    Mon, 23 Feb 2015

    generating activities. Potentially reuse water in areas that do not pose a public health risk, which can notably reduce freshwater bills paid to utilities. Traditionally, TSS reduction is accomplished through coarse screening and clarification methods

  2. Water Briefs

    Article

    Mon, 23 Feb 2015

    progress observed in the market is due to growing environmental concerns, toxicity of industrial wastewater and shrinking freshwater sources. The report, titled "UV Disinfection Equipment Market – Size, Industry Analysis, Trends, Growth, and Forecast

  3. Forum to focus on reducing drugs in Long Island drinking water sources

    Online Articles

    Wed, 11 Feb 2015

    mission of the LMWT is to eliminate prescription drug contamination in the area's drinking water. Lloyd and Magothy are two freshwater aquifers that underlie Long Island. These aquifers, along with the upper glacial aquifer, supply drinking water to nearly

  4. RO technology helps reduce energy use, costs in global desalination treatment

    Online Articles

    Mon, 2 Feb 2015

    These RO systems ultimately optimize energy use by reducing the specific energy consumption (kWh/m 3 ) needed to produce freshwater by up to 10 percent -- a major economic and ecological benefit. DOW SEAMAXX reverse osmosis elements The main feature of

  5. Modern Water installs nation's first-of-its-kind continuous toxicity monitor

    Online Articles

    Wed, 28 Jan 2015

    Jan. 28, 2015 -- Modern Water plc (AIM:MWG), owner of water technologies for the production of freshwater and monitoring of water quality , has launched an updated continuous toxicity monitor (CTM) using its Microtox ® technology

  6. Desalinate - Jan 20, 2015

    Video

    Tue, 20 Jan 2015

    reaching the end of its serviceable life, the utility has submitted a formal planning application for an expansion. To increase freshwater production from 6000 cube meters a day up to 10,800 cubic meters per day. In June 2010, a brackish water desalination

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    utility has submitted a formal planning application for an expansion. To increase freshwater production from 6000 cube meters a day up to 10,800 cubic meters per day. In June 2010, a brackish water desalination plant
  7. New research reveals high levels of new contaminants in oil and gas wastewater

    Online Articles

    Wed, 14 Jan 2015

    wastewater discharge sites. Those levels are more than 50 times higher than EPA's water-quality threshold for protecting freshwater organisms. Elevated iodide in surface water can promote the formation of highly toxic byproducts in drinking water when mixed

  8. Adapting to More Stringent Cooling Water Discharge Guidelines

    Article

    Wed, 7 Jan 2015

    permits become more stringent. Shown here, fouling on cooling system film fill. Approaching Zero Liquid Discharge A lack of freshwater supplies and discharge regulations are forcing many plant personnel to examine water recycle and in some cases zero liquid