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Water/Waste Processing

Water/Waste Processing December 2014

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December 2014

Red Rocks

Lime-softening plant cuts recarbonation chamber CO2 usage by 40%

Alternative to diffusers uses process water as carrier stream; should have additional industrial pH control applications
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.
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Monster clean-up follows concerts

Grinder keeps waste flowing at Red Rocks Amphitheatre
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.
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Not everyone takes them for granted

Motor maker tracks future regulatory course; those without them can only wait
It’s difficult to conceive, isn’t it? In some places in Africa, Asia and elsewhere, not having things as simple as pumps, or way to get them, means people aren’t that far out of a stone age and can’t move even their water supplies? It’s different in the developed regions of Western Europe and the Americas.
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Long Lasting Peristaltic Pump Tube Assembly

Blue-White's new Flex-A-Prene™ Heavy-Duty, multi-channel pump tube assembly is designed exclusively for its Flex-Pro® and Proseries-M® Peristaltic Metering Pumps.
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Cross-flow Microsand Submicron Filter

Sonitec-Vortisand has been pre-qualified for the Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) offered by Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) for the H2F Vortisand® cross-flow microsand submicron filter.
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