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Model-predictive control reduces main breaks by 21% at EnWin Utilities
Windsor, Ontario, is blessed with abundant water and the Windsor Utilities Commission (WUC) prides itself on being a good steward of it.
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.
To manage you must measure
In less than one year, United Water's operations in Westchester County, New York, cut its non-revenue water losses by more than 1 million gallons a day, or more than five percent of average daily production.
Tubular-membrane filtration addresses wafer-processing wastewater concerns
Tubular-membrane filtration (TMF) is a cross-flow technology that removes in a single step the particulate and colloidal solids load from wafer-process wastewater streams.
'Mag' flowmeter helps Ashley Valley Water & Sewer comply with allocation quota
Hot-tap installation, no need for interface software programming and accuracy were among the benefits cited.
Control of activated sludge, including troubleshooting
Activated sludge isn’t a thing, it’s a process. As a sewage and industrial wastewater treatment, it makes use of air and a biological floc composed of bacteria and protozoa.
One key piece in a drought-solving puzzle
About 35 miles north of downtown San Diego, the city of Carlsbad presents a classic southern California backdrop for joggers, cyclists, and surfers bent on enjoying the sun, breaking waves and sapphire-blue Pacific Ocean.
Western US rapidly using up groundwater supply, study finds
The Colorado River Basin lost nearly 53 million acre feet of freshwater over the past nine years, according to a new study by NASA and the University of California, Irvine.

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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

What are process controls for treating wastewater in the textile industry?

The textile industry makes woven fabric from either natural or synthetic fiber. Natural fibers are vegetable, such as cotton, or animal, e.g., wool and silk. Synthetic fibers include rayon, nylon, acrylic, or polyester. More

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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

What are process controls for treating wastewater in the textile industry?

The textile industry makes woven fabric from either natural or synthetic fiber. Natural fibers are vegetable, such as cotton, or animal, e.g., wool and silk. Synthetic fibers include rayon, nylon, acrylic, or polyester. More