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Water/Waste Processing

Water/Waste Processing May 2014

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May 2014

Endress+Hauser

Three brief examples of a total-systems approach

Suppliers expert in liquid/solid separation, biological treatment and by-product handling
May 1, 2014
A total-systems approach (TSA) to wastewater treatment is most often associated with a fully integrated solution — one that includes all the puzzle pieces rather than uncoordinated systems and components.
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Instrument chemical tanks to protect our water

Leaking or overfilled tanks can cause environmental problems, contaminate drinking water and cost a company millions of dollars
May 1, 2014
Our water supply is in jeopardy of contamination from storage- and processing-tank leaks and overfills at chemical, petroleum and water/wastewater facilities.
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A sustainability check-list for food & beverage makers

Technology solutions cut chemicals use and blow-down rates; increase brine reclaim and grey water reuse
May 1, 2014
Water and energy use decisions in food & beverage plants are often taken in the context of larger corporate-sustainability goals.
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Valveless methanol metering for effluent denitrification

Rotating and reciprocation piston accomplishes both pumping and valving functions
May 1, 2014
Releases of wastewater effluent with high nitrogen concentrations into bays and watersheds are of great environmental concern, as they can have a devastating effect on water ecosystems.
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Versatility equals application for magnetic flowmeters

Biggest seller, European suppliers and China growth among market characteristics
May 1, 2014
Most type flowmeters measure water flow proficiently. Exceptions include thermal flowmeters, which are used almost entirely for gas flow measurement.
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A look in the mirror

Only 18% of those surveyed see utilities covering service costs with rates and fees
May 1, 2014
Authors of the 2014 AWWA state of the water industry report express mild surprise that the perception of the water industries by the professionals who work in it has changed little in recent years, even given “global phenomena and local crisis.”
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Enhanced Pump Controller Station

April 15, 2014
The TechnoForce XLS enables facility managers to meet a variety of design specifications by providing energy-efficient and reliable control to up to eight pumps from a single system solution to meet head and flow requirements of a building.
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Automated 2-piece NPT Stainless Steel Ball Valve

April 15, 2014
The Series WE01 incorporates a 2- piece stainless steel ball valve for great flow rates with minimal pressure drop.
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