Jul 03, 2019

iWWD July+August 2019

Like many months in the year, these past have been especially busy for the U.S. EPA. The issue of coal ash ponds have come up yet again, and EPA added more hazardous waste sites to the Superfund Program’s National Priorities List (NPL). At the Ameren…
Today’s manufacturers should be aware of the problems and penalties associated with discharging industrial wastewaters into sewage treatment systems. Corrosion and other interference with those systems, exposing workers to toxic substances and hazardous…
In recent years, there has been growing interest in the use of filming amines in a variety of water treatments applications. Although filming amines have been used for decades in various corrosion inhibition applications, their use as primary corrosion…
Municipalities and industrial organizations alike face a number of challenges both old and new. Many challenges involve the use of water in varied processes and the subsequent water or wastewater treatment.   A few of them are typical, everyday things…
Evaporation is not only a natural phenomenon, but also a clean separation technology that has been recognized as a powerful technique for several industrial wastewater treatment processes to completely separate heavy metals, salts, boron, hardness ions,…
Shepard Energy Centre is located in Calgary, AB, Canada. Operations began March 2015 and the center can generate more than 800 MW of electricity to Alberta residents using natural gas. The facility utilizes two combustion turbines featuring a combined…
The 900 Series monitor and controller combines flexibility, accuracy and reliability. The screen is 3.5 in., resistive and intuitive. Its measurement capabilities include conductivity, resistivity, salinity, TDS, pH, ORP, temperature, mV, flow and…
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