Chlorine for Wastewater Treatment

Chlorine for Wastewater Treatment The use of chlorine for water treatment has a long history since its first use in Jersey City in 1908. Despite the use of chlorine globally to produce safe drinking water, chlorination is not a simple process, especially considering that chlorine itself is toxic. More recently, we take great care to [...]

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How to Prevent Pollution Through Stormwater Monitoring

Environmental Impact of Stormwater Monitoring Stormwater runoff from industrial facilities can pose a threat to the environment, as precipitation may pick up pollutants and wash them into local water systems. The results can be devastating: habitat degradation, siltation of rivers and depletion of fish populations can all occur. Because of these risks, stormwater runoff [...]

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VIDEO: How to Optimize Wastewater UV Disinfection

How to Optimize Wastewater UV Disinfection Missed our most recent webinar on wastewater UV disinfection optimization? Learn what you need to know in about 15 minutes, with this video recording. We provide an overview of what UV transmittance means and when it can be used to optimize wastewater treatment using UV light. Did you [...]

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Understanding Aeration Wastewater Treatment

Aeration wastewater treatment tanks are subject to careful monitoring to ensure that nutrient removal is achieved safely and efficiently. Dissolved oxygen is a critical parameter in the aeration process, because oxygen levels in the tank impact the health of the biomass (microorganisms) breaking down the nutrients. To maintain the proper oxygen levels for biomass productivity, wastewater treatment operators utilize aeration pumps, which add oxygen to the tanks.

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What You Need to Know About Cyanide Wastewater Treatment

Cyanide waste treatment is critical, because cyanide wastes are toxic to living organisms. Specifically, cyanide may reduce or eliminate oxygen utilization in organisms, including human beings, making cyanide poisoning potentially fatal. Aquatic life, including microorganisms involved in natural water purification streams, is particularly susceptible to cyanide poisoning.

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