Water Treatment

Water & Wastes Digest’s coverage of water treatment issues provides consulting engineers, corporate managers/government administrators and operators the latest information about how best to improve their systems. Learn about technologies such as aeration, filtration, nutrient removal and mixing, as well as other subjects related to maximizing facilities’ water treatment capabilities.

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May 11 2018
A newly-constructed water treatment plant built in Redwood Shores, Calif., will implement new technology developed at Stanford University that…
May 1 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing the ways people interact with technology in their everyday lives. Likewise, the Industrial Internet…
Apr 2 2018
The water quality of a stream in Ohio has been improved by implementing changes that successfully counteracted acid coal mine drainage. After…
Mar 21 2018
Oregon State University (OSU) has launched a new initiative to improve wastewater treatment methods after its College of Engineering was awarded $3.…
Feb 13 2018
Professor Meagan Mauter runs the Water and Energy Efficiency for the Environment (WE3Lab) program at Carnegie Mellon University and is jointly…
Jan 17 2018
Singapore has prompted for pitches from the city-state’s tech industry to aid in water treatment processes and operations, hoping to ensure long-term…
Jan 15 2018
Singapore has begun to utilize robotic swans to assess raw water quality at various reservoirs scattered about the city-state. The five robots are…
Dec 12 2017
A project has been proposed involving both the states of Nebraska and Wyoming that would include sending treated water to Western Nebraska by way of…
Dec 8 2017
The Thousand Islands are moving forward with a plan to install eight new water treatment systems across eight of their islands. The new systems will…
Oct 3 2017
SUEZ announced that, together with Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec (CDPQ), it has completed the acquisition of former GE Water & Process…
Sep 13 2017
Days after Irma hit the U.S., residents have begun recovery efforts. Several states—Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina and Alabama—are…
Jul 7 2017
Full-scale biological filtration system for removal of ammonia from groundwater in Palo, Iowa. Ammonia has been a silent nuisance contaminant that…
Jul 7 2017
Name: Southeast Water Treatment Plant Location: Marshall Country, Ala. Size: 12 mgd Infrastructure: coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation,…
Jul 5 2017
On behalf of Nestlé Waters North America, the global market research firm PSB completed an online study: “Perspectives on America’s Water.” The…
Jun 26 2017
The American Public Health Assn. (APHA), the American Water Works Assn. (AWWA) and the Water Environment Federation (WEF) announced that “Standard…
Jun 26 2017
American Water Works Co. Inc., a publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced the achievement of 18 Partnership for Safe…
Jun 22 2017
American Water Works Co. Inc., a publicly traded U.S. water and wastewater utility company, announced the company and its employees have raised a…
Feb 21 2017
The State of New York has earmarked more than $2 million to improve the drinking water treatment systems in Auburn and Owasco, N.Y., according to…
Dec 19 2016
Water Standard announced that CEO Amanda Brock has been recognized as an "Innovator" in the Houston Business Journal's Women in Energy Leadership…
Nov 29 2016
Frost and Sullivan named Evoqua Water Technologies the top provider of service and mobile water treatment services for heavy and light industry. “…
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