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Ovivo Acquires Westech Industrial

Westech Industrial Inc., doing business as Varec Biogas designs, services and distributes biogas safety and handling equipment.

Editor’s Letter - March/April 2019

Welcome to the March/April edition of Industrial WaterWorld where our feature article examines how refiners’ concerns about water stress are motivating them to explore treated municipal wastewater as an alternative water source.

Reducing Organic Fouling during RO with Optimized Feed Spacer

A project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) aims to identify possibilities for reducing fouling in the RO process.

Understanding the Real Cost of Water

The economic impact of water risk has been generally seen by industry through the lens of short-term costs associated with water treatment operations. Devesh Sharma explains why this long-held perspective is flawed.

Benefits of Side Stream and Media Filtration in Cooling Towers

Side stream filtration is an effective tool for the control of deposition and fouling in a cooling water system. Determining the proper type for your system includes examining various factors and filter media types.

Secondary Effluent Reuse: A Win-Win Proposition for Refiners and Municipalities

Both refineries and municipalities can see enormous mutual benefit from entering into reuse partnerships.

Industrial Solids Removal System

Hydro International’s Hydro MicroScreen™ is a low-energy, small-footprint rotating screen that delivers exceptional solids removal for industrial process water and wastewater.

$86.8 Million NORESCO Energy Savings Performance Contract to Enhance Energy Security Framework for Navy Region Japan

The project at Naval Air Facility (NAF) Atsugi, Commander Fleet Activities (CFA) Sasebo and CFA Yokosuka will strengthen energy security and enhance resiliency and reliability in support of the United States Navy's mission.

First-Of-Its-Kind Coal FGD Wastewater Treatment Pilot Deployed

system will use proprietary IonFlux ion exchange membranes to selectively remove chlorides, enabling internal recycling of water.

Kendra II, LLC and De Nora near completion of produced water recycling facility

ClorTec technology and recycling process will provide Marcellus Shale operators with affordable recycled water.

DuPont announces name change for Dow Microbial Control

New brand represents rich heritage of two market leaders with combined global power to advance microbial control innovation and bio-based solutions for a better tomorrow.

SUEZ wins three new water management contracts in China

Supports the Greater Bay Area in China in its transition to a circular economy.

In-Situ Inc. acquires Chemscan Inc.

Formerly known as Asa Analytics, the company will become part of the In-Situ team.

EPA settles with Puerto Rico housing developer on raw sewage discharge case

Settlement follows $3 Million fine, 5-Year probationary term and restitution in criminal case.

Majority of coal plants leaking toxic ash, report finds

First comprehensive study shows more than 90% of coal plants that monitor groundwater pollution across the United States are leaking toxic coal ash.

Permian Basin pipe skills and knowledge seminar announced

The PPI Permian Basin Pipeline Seminar will be held March 27-28, 2019 in Midland, Texas.

Plutoshift: manual processes limiting value of data in manufacturing

Report says real-time analysis needed to make instant, actionable decisions and improve efficiency.

New membrane water treatment system to reduce toxic waste and waste disposal cost by over 90%

New plant which will be located at a semiconductor company in Singapore can also recover precious metals from the treated water which can then be sold and reused.

Biomethane from wastewater solids to supply 9,600 UK households with energy

Plant will go live in late 2019 and deliver c7.3 million m³ of biomethane to the UK gas distribution network. 

Report says EPA should strengthen its permitting program for industrial management of stormwater

Improving the EPA Multi-Sector General Permit for Industrial Stormwater Discharges, recommends several ways that EPA can strengthen the Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) program to provide its intended environmental protection while balancing the overall burden of monitoring on industry.

MIT researchers turn desalination waste into new resource

Process developed at MIT could turn concentrated brine into useful chemicals, making desalination more efficient.

European Parliament votes to move water reuse forward

The Regulation for Minimum Requirements on Water Reuse sets out the quality of water to be reclaimed or reused.

Golden, Colo.-based cooling tower treatment to be deployed at federal government sites

Silver Bullet's water treatment technology receives recommendation for deployment from multiple federal agencies.

CPI Collaborates on Smart Filter Project to Develop Low-Cost, Self-Cleaning Coating Technology

The Smart Filter project used graphene and its derivatives to create a coated filter membrane that offers increased resistance to fouling for industrial wastewater treatment.

Great Beer Starts with Great Water

Brewing high-quality craft beer can be difficult in any part of the country. In Texas, where water quality can vary as the climate changes sporadically from drought to flood and back again, it can be especially challenging.

Clog-Free Pumping

The Tsurumi Cutter Pump handles solids with a unique tungsten carbide cutter which is brazed onto the impeller vane and rotates along the serrated entry of the cutter plate. Once the solids are shredded, they easily pass through pipes without causing any clogging, particularly in difficult to pass spaces like the valves and elbows.

Water Presents Sea of Risk (and Opportunity)

With water stress putting an increasing strain on global businesses and supply chains, S&P Global Ratings Analyst Beth Burks looks at the myriad ways water-related factors can present risks — and indeed, opportunities — to the industrial, energy and agricultural sectors.

Let’s Talk Turkey (Processing)

Virginia Poultry recently installed several liquid/solids separation screens for its turkey feather and offal processing. The screens, provided by Lyco Manufacturing, reduce water consumption and are a showpiece for optimized throughput and operational efficiency.

Toward Improved Calibration

Endress+Hauser’s self-calibrating thermometer improves brewery operations at New Belgium Brewery’s Asheville, N.C., location.

Testing the Brew

Instruments from the Myron L® Company will meet brewery testing needs.

Flowmeter for hygienic applications

The Bürkert Type 8098 flowmeter is part of the FLOWave product range. It is based on SAW (surface acoustic waves) technology and is mainly designed for applications with the highest hygienic demands.

Craft Brewers Conference Product Showcase

A sneak peek at some of the products and services that will be on display in the exhibit hall at the Craft Brewers Conference.

Antero Resources Corporation settles in Clean Water Act violations at 32 West Virginia sites

The Department of Justice, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection (WVDEP) were named in the settlement.

Biodiesel Fuel Company Sentenced for wastewater discharges into the Arthur Kill

Company released over 45,000 gallons of wastewater from its commercial biodiesel fuel production facility.

Vortex Companies acquires the Ted Berry Company

The New England trenchless and municipal services provider key part of Vortex's expansion plans.

Environmental mega-project In Canada wins first Suez Resource Revolution award

Co-op Refinery Complex is receiving the award for its Wastewater Improvement Project (WIP), which came amid an expansion of the refinery's production capabilities.

CA proposes bill to help breweries and wineries recycle their water

Bill would create guidelines for reusing water from beer or wine processing for rinsing equipment and tanks.

Aquatech supplies source water treatment package for Kuwait oil company

Contract is part of massive Lower Fars Heavy Oil Development Project, a benchmark in sustainable water management.

Solenis and BASF complete merger of paper and water chemicals businesses

The combined company will operate under the Solenis name as a global specialty chemical company focused on paper and industrial water technologies.

'Sticky' water holds the key to antifouling surfaces

Researchers from the University of Wollongong have been able to identify a previously unclear fundamental mechanism that inhibits surface fouling.

Determining the composition of microplastics in water

Physicists from Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University developed and applied a method of identifying microplastic collected in sea waters.

HTX Solutions revolutionizes PFC treatment at commercial scale with mobile technology, water-as-a-service client solution

HTX Solutions produces groundbreaking results and solves major challenge in perfluorocarbons (PFCs) treatment and landfill leachate by taking contaminants to non-detectable levels.

Desalination plant in Oman to treat, reuse safari park wastewater

AquaPak desalination from Modern Water plc will use the produced water for the theme park, guest accommodation, irrigation and more.

Axine Signs Multi-Year Wastewater Service Agreement with a Leading Pharmaceutical Manufacturer

Under the multi-year agreement, Axine will own, operate, service and maintain a wastewater treatment system at the customer’s manufacturing facility in the Northeastern United States.

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