Arsenic water filtration takes place in many communities where arsenic has been detected at dangerous levels in public drinking water supplies.
Chemical feed and control systems are a vital component in all drinking water treatment applications. Each chemical has its own unique set of challenges that must be taken into consideration in the design, selection and application of the feed system.
Disinfecting public water supplies is nothing new. However, with various disinfection technologies, emerging contaminants, and new regulations to consider, choosing the right drinking water disinfection method can be an overwhelming task.
DBPs are present in most drinking water supplies that have been subject to chlorination, chloramination or ozonation. Exposure to DBPs in drinking water has been associated with human cancers and some adverse birth defects.
Many dissolved metals have been found in harmful concentrations in groundwaters destined for potable drinking water due to both naturally occurring contamination as well as contamination introduced from industrial pollution.
Water filtration is central to the treatment of source water for drinking water applications. We have filtration products to help engineers and operators create successful solutions for drinking water systems.
Fluoridation is the process by which fluoride is added to drinking water for the purpose of preventing tooth decay. At the extremely low levels of fluoride being dosed and measured, precision and reliability of the dosing system are required...
Though widely distributed in soil, chromium is not common in natural waters. Rather, it’s presence occurs in surface waters destined for potable drinking water use as a result of improper wastewater treatment from industrial pollution.
The EPA has publicly expressed concern over the current and future mercury concentration levels in lakes and rivers resulting from industrial water emissions and land disposal and the net impact of human exposure.
Perchlorate salts are man-made compounds used as combustion accelerants, in some munitions, fireworks, road flares. Manufacturing waste and improper disposal are increasingly being found in groundwater and local drinking water wells.
As water and wastewater treatment and process technologies continue to improve it takes complex integrated controls and telemetry systems to take advantage of their full potential.
Many municipalities seek to control taste and odor issues to minimize consumer complaints and for aesthetic reasons versus health-based regulations.
Drinking Water TOC Reduction is required when disinfection byproducts such as Trihalomethane (THM) exceed federal and state regulations.
Drinking water containing high levels of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) may be harmful to human health. At high levels of exposure, many VOCs can cause central nervous system depression (drowsiness, stupor).
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Water softening is employed to reduce hardness, suspended solids, silica and other potential foulants in water supplies.