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Non-Chemical Water Treatment - A Pollution Prevention Case Study

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Since 1994, the Schick company of Milford has systematically eliminated the use of conditioning chemicals in its cooling tower water by installing commercially available electrically powered water conditioning units. The
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How to Reduce Water Use in Cleaning, Cooling and Other Spray Applications

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A new white paper, published by Spraying Systems Co., takes an in-depth look at how to conserve water without negatively impacting performance in a wide range of spray operations. The
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New Circulating Water Flow and Fouling (CWFF) Technology

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After less than a year of operation, routine eddy current testing of the condenser tubes in a circulating water system showed significant microbiological influenced corrosion (MIC). See how the decision
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How Technology Companies Are Driving Water Management

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Water is often thought of as an abundant resource, given the vastness of the world’s oceans. However, as we increasingly divert, pollute and otherwise change the Earth’s natural water system,
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How Food Producers can Reduce Costs and Increase Efficiency in their Wastewater Treatment System

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If your plant is like most, it is doing a good job of preventing oily water waste and waste oils from escaping into the environment. But at what cost? As
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Automatic Monitoring and Control of Cooling Water Treatment Products

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Control of cooling water inhibitor dosage is one of the critical issues in achieving good results as to control of scale, corrosion and deposition; minimization of water management program operating
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The Aquatran advantage

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Advancements in barrier quality of certain materials have pushed the sensitivity limits of commercially available water vapor permeation equipment. In order for products such as OLED''s which incorporate these high
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Aeration Blowers in the Wastewater Industry in North America

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As the main consumer of electricity in a wastewater treatment plant, the aeration system weights most heavily on the costs of operation. Climatic changes, the 2007/08 rise in the costs
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Accurate Gas Flow Measurement Improves Water Disinfection Process Efficiency

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Many of today’s large urban water treatment plants rely upon sophisticated chlorination processes in order to provide clean, sanitary water to millions of consumers in the US and around the
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A Simple Way to Reduce Costs and Increase Profit

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Packaged-food producers frequently use and then must discard large batches of cooking oil used in their process. Usually they drain most of the oil directly from equipment, but they must
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