Water Filtration

Water & Wastes Digest offers the industry’s most thorough coverage of topics related to water filtration. Whether you seek information about filtration media or the latest in filtration techniques, you can count on W&WD’s water filtration coverage to learn how best to remove harmful contaminants during the treatment process.

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Dec 28 2000
Many industries utilize media-bed filtration. This use may take the form of ion exchange for water softening/demineralization, sand filtration,…
Dec 28 2000
As more Americans are aware of the health risks associated with contaminated water supplies, many citizens are turning to filtered water. One couple…
Microfiltration
Microfiltration membranes typically have a pore size of 0.2µm, which removes particulates, turbidity, suspended solids, and pathogens such as Cryptosporidium and Giardia
Dec 28 2000
Increased focus on technologies that meet tighter regulatory requirements and increased public pressure has motivated municipalities to take a…
Dec 28 2000
Activated carbon is like a radio: everyone knows it works, but few people know exactly how. This article is a brief summary of the sources of carbons…
Dec 28 2000
The application of membrane technology in the field of water and wastewater treatment is becoming increasingly popular and more cost effective as…
Dec 28 2000
Louisville Water has increased its minimum coagulant dosage by using liquid borne-particle counters to measure water quality at particle levels,…
Dec 28 2000
Cost-effectiveness and efficiency are important factors in selecting a treatment process that will comply with both current and anticipated water…
Dec 28 2000
Wastewater is being reclaimed for non-potable uses. The use of this water is alleviating water shormance of the valve. In addition, buried manually-…
Dec 28 2000
As the discharge requirements for treated secondary effluent become more restrictive, effluent filtration is becoming a more integral part of…
Dec 28 2000
Although it is considered "conventional" in many parts of the world, membrane technology is beginning to get serious attention by U.S. water…
Dec 28 2000
By replacing microscreen filters with high-rate gravity filters as part of an $11 million modernization program, the Philadelphia Suburban Water…
Dec 28 2000
The South Monmouth Regional Sewerage Authority's 9-mgd wastewater plant had been identified as a source of odors that bothered neighbors from time to…
Dec 28 2000
Located near Springfield, Massachusetts, the West Parish Filter Plant has a history of planned growth to meet area water supply requirements. By the…
Dec 28 2000
The biologically enhanced active carbon process is an option for many water utilities. Granular activated carbon (GAC) has been used extensively for…
Dec 28 2000
A metal plating business in Massachusetts has installed a pollution control system that treats the company's wastewater to the point that it is…
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