Report confirms industry leaders aren’t taking a full-time approach to protecting drains and other areas subject to stormwater runoff.
The Dutch based Water and Wastewater company, represented in the UK by Nijhuis Industries UK & Ireland, has agreed to acquire Deba UK Ltd to complement its existing portfolio of services.
Italy-based chemical group, has acquired Water Science Technologies (WST), an Alabama-based blender and chemical solutions provider for the oil & gas and industrial water treatment industries of North America.
Acquisition extends Valicor’s service offering into the Michigan market.
A first in Asia, Grundfos’ Distributed Pumping System is a novel system capable of operating in optimized conditions at any time.
Companies implement sustainable wastewater technology at Karbach Brewing Co.
Leveraging 90 billion data points, Ecolab3D, combines the company’s existing Trasar water performance solution with advanced digital technology.
At the University of Illinois at Chicago, much progress has been made toward improving water/steam chemistry over the last decade, with additional efforts ongoing. This article outlines several of these improvements and some of UIC’s future goals.
In the food and beverage industry, water is connected to everything from sustainability goals to operational efficiency targets.
The 2019 Water Environment Federation Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC.19) — considered the largest annual water quality event in the world — will take place Sept. 21-25, 2019, at the McCormick Place, Chicago, Ill.
Thordon offers engineered, off-the-shelf and customizable bearing solutions.
Reverse osmosis desalination technology for municipal and industrial process water.
Communications interface for WATERFLUX flow instrument
As many power plants continue to struggle with the critical last step in their coal ash remediation processes — the final testing phase — some plants have successfully adopted the use of recently advanced sensor technology to measure real-time TSS.
A coal-fired plant in the U.S. wanted to incorporate reverse osmosis (RO) technology into a zero liquid discharge (ZLD) facility. The plant needed to treat well water commingled with flue gas desulfurization (FGD) wastewater.