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Keynote Speaker Announced For Water & Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium
Webinars address industry challenges and offer best practices for energy and water savings, increased efficiency and asset protection.
This year’s lineup covers myriad topics including safety, energy efficiency and water/wastewater.
processing equipment, food processing equipment, CIP, cGMP, screening, water wastewater
<p>This Chemical Processing eHandbook examines some of today’s ...
<p>The quest to optimize water re-use and anticipate regulatory pressures is ...
<p>Not every water optimization program suits every wastewater. Indeed, there...
Flow Meters: We must measure the flow of a waste water stream through a Parshall flume. An accurate rate is important to ensure environmental compliance. The flume is the last device in line right before the pumping station. We suspect that the flume is way off because the readings don't make ...
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GE enters into several partnerships that help advance its vision of solving global water and wastewater challenges through data and analytics.
The Value of Water Coalition brings together industry, trade groups, and professional services firms specializing in water and wastewater treatment and water-intensive manufacturing.
Latin America is experiencing an unprecedented population boom, thus requiring increased investments in water and wastewater facilities to keep up with the growth.
Measuring flow rates and volumes of water and chemicals in the water, wastewater and chemical treatment industries requires the latest, simple to use and cost-effective technology that can keep up with the rigorous demands of the various applications.
Chemical companies step up conservation and re-use efforts
Using appropriate energy benchmarks like gallons of water treated per kilowatt hour, and improving the current energy management plan and adopting best practices may lead to significant savings. Here are some tips.
Process complies with wastewater-discharge regulations.
Reusable, environmentally friendly materials capture large organic molecules.
Which factor will have the greatest impact on the amount of wastewater your site generates in the future:
Flow reversal can remove fiber buildup in heat exchangers.
Bleach Producer Cuts Cooling Costs -- Plastic cooling tower provides maintenance and energy savings
Catalyst Makes Light Work Of Biomass Conversion -- Researchers speculate a commercial catalyst might become available in less than 10 years.
The Water Taps Tighten -- Plants aim to reduce consumption and increase recycling.
Two recent reports provide a perspective on industry's views and actions
Plant Pares Water Use and Disposal Costs -- Process changes save water and improve water treatment.
How would you characterize your site's efforts to optimize its water use?