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Anue Water Technologies has released the new EP-1115 System for automating the clean-out of sewer lift stations.

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Lift station cleaning

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Anue Water Technologies has released the new EP-1115 System for automating the clean-out of sewer lift stations. The system operates by re-circulating a small fraction of discharging effluent back to the well. In the process, the recycled wastewater breaks up any fat, oil, grease (FOG) and bio-film build-up. In the process of cleaning the lift station, the system increases dissolved oxygen levels up to 800%. Simultaneously, solids are homogenized which increases surface area of these solids and evenly disperses them.
Anue Water Technologies Inc.
Carlsbad, CA
Tel: 760-476-9090 Web: www.anuewater.com
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Security, emergency planning

The American Water Works Association (AWWA) has published a new book, Security and Emergency Planning for Water and Wastewater Utilities. In the years following the September 11 terrorist attack, water and wastewater utilities have undergone many changes concerning security and emergency preparedness. All of these changes have been compiled, analyzed, simplified, and organized in this comprehensive new book. Topics covered include US federal legislation, regulation, and Homeland Security rules, plus Presidential Directives regarding utility security and emergency preparedness.
American Water Works Association
Denver, CO
Web: www.awwa.org/bookstore
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Ultrafiltration module

The DOW™ Ultrafiltration SFP-2880 module has been approved for water recycling applications, meeting the California Water Recycling Criteria (California Code of Regulations, Title 22). The criteria recognizes membrane filtration as an acceptable filtration technology provided prescribed performance requirements are reliably met. Performance criteria through testing must demonstrate the filtered wastewater not exceed 0.2 Nephelometric turbidity units (NTU) more than five percent of the time within a 24-hour period and 0.5 NTU at any time. The SFP-2880 adds 20 inches of length when compared to the DOW™ Ultrafiltration SFP-2860, but allows flexibility in system design by reducing the number of modules, required piping, skid infrastructure, and the size of the compressed air and clean in place systems. In addition, the larger modules produce a smaller waste stream for disposal.
Dow Water & Process Solutions
Web: www.dowwatersolutions.com
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Energy management

MWH Soft has released a Sustainability analysis extension for all its water modeling product lines. The extension is available in InfoWorks WS as well as the H2ONET, H2OMAP Water and InfoWater Executive Suites. The tool is designed to helps water utilities manage energy and reduce both power costs and carbon footprints while realizing increased reliability and design optimization. The software can help users determine the carbon footprint for pumps and the cumulative total energy lost across all elements in the network from source to consumer tap.
MWH Soft
Broomfield, CO
Tel: 626-568-6868
Web: www.mwhsoft.com
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Desalination

A modular desalination and water purification system – originally designed for the US Military and disaster relief – is now available for municipalities. Available from Global Water Group, the system combines desalination using reverse osmosis (RO) technology with a second modular unit that employs the company's proprietary LS3 process for fresh water purification. Units are available in many different sizes, configurations and housings, and they can process volumes ranging from 25 gallons of potable water per hour to as much as 11,000 gph from seawater in one module.
Global Water Group Inc.
Dallas, TX
Web: www.globalwater.com
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Radial gate hoists

The David Round Co. has announced a new service to help retrofit radial gate hoists for water gating applications. The company can meet original equipment design specifications with a drop-in replacement, or reverse-engineer existing equipment via on-site inspection. The company's hoists can lift gates up to 50,000 pounds, and meet detailed government, power authority and gate builder specifications. Designed for continuous operation, the hoists lift and position radial, tainter and bulkhead gates to control water through spillways and navigation canals. They are commonly configured with two drums for dual point lifting. Single drum and other designs are available.
David Round Co.
Solon, OH
Tel: 800-535-2725
Web: www.davidround.com
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Ratcheting hydrant wrenches

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Reed's Ratcheting Hydrant Wrenches feature a long handle and an adjustable, snug-fitting socket for tackling pentagon or square nuts. The wrenches make loosening or tightening easier as the long handles provide good leverage. Sockets are adjust easily with the thumb screw feature. The ratchet action makes these wrenches faster to operate than non-ratchet models during emergencies or for general maintenance like flushing. Reed's models fit pentagon nuts up to 17⁄8" or square nuts up to 1¼". The wrenches need just 14 degrees of swing, which is excellent for use in tight places.
Reed Manufacturing Co.
Erie, PA
Tel: 800-666-3691
Web: www.reedmfgco.com
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Chlorine photometer kit

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The eXact® Chlorine Photometer Kit, the latest product from Industrial Test Systems, directly tests Free and Total Chlorine at an expanded range of 0.01-11.0 ppm. The photometer uses a patented method using eXact® Micro reagent strip technology, eliminating the need for powders, tablets, and liquids. It provides results without the guesswork of color matching and meets 4500-CL-G requirement. The waterproof meter (IP-67) fits comfortably in your hand, has a built in sampling cell and comes with a five year warranty.
Industrial Test Systems Inc.
Rock Hill, SC
Tel: 800-861-9712 Web: www.sensafe.com
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