iWWD September/October 2017

In speaking with industry experts, efficiency and water reuse are becoming increasingly important to industrial wastewater operators and manufacturers. This has been brought on by changes in regulations, most notably in China, where there is movement...
Sometimes it makes sense to repair a pump, and sometimes it makes sense to replace a pump. End users typically do not know which choice is the best until the pump has been pulled out of service, disassembled and thoroughly inspected. Pump repairs...
Amixer and pump manufacturer’s new turnkey contract in Scotland highlights the increasing demand for ensiling and pasteurization equipment where there is a need to treat animal byproducts. Fish morts used as feedstock for an expanding anaerobic digestion...
Acoal-fired, electric power-generating plant near Atlanta was constructed in the 1960s to provide electricity to metropolitan Atlanta. The plant’s original two coal-fired units had a total generating capacity of 540 MW and were replaced in 2011 by three...
Central America’s largest poultry producer, DIP-CMI, faced new requirements to meet stricter wastewater discharge regulations with an outdated treatment system. The facility, located in San Jose, Costa Rica, processes more than 100,000 birds per day and...
Pharmaceuticals are one type of many emerging contaminants found in water supplies across the U.S. and around the world. This is due to the fact that wastewater discharged from the pharmaceutical industry cannot be properly treated in municipal...
One of the greatest challenges for building a 1.6-million-sq-ft ConAgra distribution center was not the building itself, but how to manage storm water runoff. It was determined that handling storm water from both the building site and nearly 500 acres of...

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