Instrumentation, Water Quality Monitoring

Instrumentation such as level sensors and water quality monitoring sensors can be use to assess water quality for a water treatment plant or utility. Regularly conducting water quality monitoring and test using instrumentation is critical to ensure a water treatment plant or water utility meets required U.S. EPA drinking water standards.

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Dec 11 2019
Magnus Services aimed to be more cognizant of its water supply at all of its hydraulic fracturing sites, while reducing the necessary personnel…
Dec 11 2019
Location Yosemite Valley, Calif. Project Size 310 ft of head; 1,150 gpm Cost Not specified Facility Owner  San Francisco Public Utilities…
Dec 11 2019
In 2019, WWD had four top projects that topped the editors scoring lists, so to determine which one would be named the #1 WWD Top Project, they held…
Dec 11 2019
St. Bernard Parish is situated southeast of New Orleans in the state of Louisiana. Following Hurricane Katrina, its population shrank from 67,000  to…
Dec 11 2019
The Environmental Commission voted on Dec. 10 to recommend that Joliet turn to Lake Michigan for water, which could cost $1 billion for a pipeline to…
Dec 5 2019
More than 100,000 gallons of wastewater flowed into a dry tributary bed of Bull Creek in Austin, Texas after a 21 inch main break and sanitary sewage…
Dec 3 2019
The nonprofit Givepower has built its first solar water farm in Kenya to turn the East African country’s saltwater into clean drinking water,…
Dec 2 2019
Authorities have reopened about six miles of Orange County, Calif., ocean and bay water areas closed by a 1.4 million gal sewage spill.  The…
Nov 25 2019
The city of Pearland, Texas, is planning to construct a 10 million gal per day (mgd) membrane-based surface water treatment plant (SWP). The source…
Nov 22 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Nov 18 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Nov 15 2019
A boil water notice affecting approximately 600,000 people in the greater Dublin area has been lifted.  The notice was blamed on heavy rain and…
Nov 13 2019
Operations of two water treatment installations in Surakarta, a city in Central Java, Indonesia have been disrupted by liquor waste pollution in the…
Nov 1 2019
Editor's Note: Each week, Water & Wastes Digest will post an aggregate of business news briefs and networking news items to keep you informed on…
Oct 28 2019
The Maryland Environmental Service (MES) has upgraded the Freedom District Wastewater Treatment Plant in Sykesville in an effort to more effectively…
Oct 25 2019
The U.S. EPA issued a new proposal with the aim of improving how the nation tests for lead and copper in drinking water, according to the Washington…
Oct 20 2019
To protect water quality, governments and international organizations worldwide continue to implement protective water regulations that require new…
Oct 10 2019
New safety concerns emerge after researchers in Southern Calif. discovered the prevalence of antibiotic resistant genes (ARG) in groundwater samples…
Oct 8 2019
Despite its name, wastewater is a critical type of water that must be understood regardless of the source of discharge because freshwater is a…
Oct 8 2019
U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross has announced that the department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is investing $48 million in the…
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