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Articles Tagged with ''water treatment''

GEO Specialty Chemicals to build polyaluminum chloride facility in Texas

GEO Specialty Chemicals, Inc. (GEO) broke ground June 10 on a new facility to produce polyaluminum chloride (PAC) products for use in water treatment.
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Why this fast growing municipality switched to calcium hypochlorite for chlorination

A recent major rehab at Lakewood Township Municipal Utility Authority’s Water Treatment Plant included switching from gaseous chlorine to efficient calcium hypochlorite disinfection. The result has been the added convenience, improved storage and handling safety over gas chlorine and consistent, reliable chlorination.
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Research lacking on emerging contaminants

Emerging contaminants are an increasing concern for scientists, water utilities and regulators because their impact on the environment and on public health.
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Trace amounts of cocaine discovered in UK drinking water

UK drinking water contains traces of cocaine, ever after undergoing all stages of treatment, according to a new report.
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Iowa utilities consider merger to cut costs

A group of water utilities from Iowa are examining the potential effect a partnership may have on costs and service quality.
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China to launch major water resources cleanup program

The most populated country in the world has relatively small water reserves and the problem of water scarcity has become particularly pressing over the past few years.
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Global water treatment chemicals market to reach $30.6 billion in 2017

The global water treatment chemicals market will be influenced by increasing water quality standards in manufacturing, as well as other industrial uses.
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Multi-barrier Protection for Water Treatment Applications

The Trident® HS package treatment system from WesTech provides multiple-barrier protection for surface water, groundwater and industrial process water treatment.
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Wastewater treatment plants remove only half of drugs in water

A new report reveals that not all prescription drugs and other chemicals are removed by water treatment plants, leaving a significant proportion of the chemicals in treated effluent.
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Researchers in Singapore develop water treatment method using tomato and apple peels

Ramakrishna Mallampati, a PhD candidate and lead researcher, says he wanted to develop a technique using materials that are easily accessible to address global potable water shortages.
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