Louisville Water Co., the utility for Louisville, Ky., has announced that Phase I of the Eastern Parkway Project to install 2.2 miles of 42-in....
Today’s municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment processes are today under continuous pressure to provide 24/7 uptime, an excellent-quality product and the lowest possible cost. At the same time, the environmental quality standards for clean water, water treatment and water reuse continue to tighten in order to provide the best product possible in terms of water cleanliness, quality and conservation. Process, instrument and plant engineers are now tasked with ever-increasing regulatory and reporting requirements at the local, state, federal and international levels. Every aspect of municipal water treatment and industrial plant water treatment is now and will continue to be under review for continuous process improvements, including analyzer systems and sensors that provide measurement of pH, ORP, resistivity, conductivity and specific ions (p-Ion).
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