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Lime-softening plant cuts recarbonation chamber CO2 usage by 40%
Water-quality managers at a 120-MGD lime-softening plant in Minneapolis report the successful full-scale piloting of an innovative method for delivering pH-reducing carbon dioxide to a recarbonation chamber.
Model-predictive control reduces main breaks 21% at EnWin Utilities
Windsor, Ontario, is blessed with abundant water. The Windsor Utilities Commission (WUC) prides itself on being a good steward of it.
Monster clean-up follows concerts
Given stunning natural attractions and world-class musical acts, it’s no wonder thousands flock to visit Red Rocks each day. But starting in 2012, the volume of visitors began giving maintenance crews at the wastewater collection facility a compounding and costly headache.
What do dairy, pulp & paper and textile have in common?
Process controls for treating wastewater in dairy, pulp & paper and textile industries use secondary treatment, most commonly activated sludge, to remove soluble, i.e., dissolved pollutants.

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What is Solids Separation Process Controls in Primary Wastewater Treatment?

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In primary treatment, what are the pH process controls for treating wastewater?

The measure of free hydrogen activity in water -- called “pH” for “potential for hydrogen” -- is undoubtedly the most important and most-used wastewater treatment measure. Dependence on pH as a measure relevant to water quality and its control occurs in practically every phase of water supply and wastewater treatment, including acid-base neutralization, water softening, precipitation, coagulation, disinfection and corrosion control. More

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What is Solids Separation Process Controls in Primary Wastewater Treatment?

Solids -- including those suspended, settle-able and floatable -- are non-liquid or fluid substances that are separated from clarified wastewater in primary treatment. More

In primary treatment, what are the pH process controls for treating wastewater?

The measure of free hydrogen activity in water -- called “pH” for “potential for hydrogen” -- is undoubtedly the most important and most-used wastewater treatment measure. Dependence on pH as a measure relevant to water quality and its control occurs in practically every phase of water supply and wastewater treatment, including acid-base neutralization, water softening, precipitation, coagulation, disinfection and corrosion control. More