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  • Latest Insights on Water Reuse Documents on Water Online
    Wastewater 2 1 2016 Three key events from 2015 could reshape the water wastewater industry in 2016 and for years to come The Road To Water Resource Recovery 12 16 2015 In late April more than 80 representatives of government agencies water utilities universities and think tanks gathered in Arlington VA to discuss the oft lauded future of wastewater resource recovery New Tech Offers Low Energy Oil And Gas Wastewater Management 12 14 2015 Microbial capacitive deionization MCD shows promise as a sustainable low cost treatment solution for produced water From Poop To Power 12 8 2015 What happens after you flush the toilet is becoming a big deal In a just published article Reuse Water Pollutants in the leading science journal Nature Arizona State University water treatment expert Bruce Rittmann and two colleagues propose a paradigm shifting change in the treatment of wastewater a shift they say could have a dramatic global impact Zero Liquid Discharge Project Turns Treatment Byproduct Into Drinking Water 12 7 2015 What s the most sustainable way of dealing with reverse osmosis and nanofiltration membrane concentrate particularly in water scarce Florida Treat it and drink it Greater Chicago Historic Infrastructure Projects Enhance Windy City Water Quality 11 23 2015 Chicago is giving its oldest wastewater treatment facility a disinfection facelift and using the world s largest reservoir to curb combined sewer overflows Is Pasteurization The Key To Water Reuse 11 19 2015 In the summer of 1864 French chemist Louis Pasteur was vacationing in the small eastern town of Arbois where he found the local wines too acidic for his palette Sewer Mining An Unconventional Solution To Water Scarcity 11 16 2015 Sewer mining may sound like a search for mistakenly flushed and washed away valuables but it s actually a sophisticated sustainable strategy

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  • Global Market For Reverse Osmosis Membranes And Components Growing At 105% CAGR
    the development of nations the natural environment and its water resources inevitably are becoming degraded Now and for the foreseeable future RO provides an effective technology to turn otherwise useless water sources into usable water supplies The 2014 market for RO membranes and system components reached nearly 5 4 billion by year end By 2019 the market for RO system components is projected to reach 8 8 billion with a compound annual growth rate CAGR of 10 5 primarily driven by municipal water desalination applications but also by process water treatment pharmaceutical power plant and micro electronics and water reuse During the last five years the Asia Pacific region has overtaken the U S as the global leader in expenditures for RO equipment China and India with their rapid industrialization and vigorous GDP growths will see the highest market share increases as they outstrip other nations in adopting the technology A rebound of the Asian semiconductor sector will boost sales in traditionally large markets such as South Korea and Taiwan The falling costs of RO over the past two decades have made the process competitive with more conventional water supply options says BCC Research analyst Susan Hanft Factors contributing to price decreases include greater competition among equipment suppliers improved productivity reduced costs for membrane modules enhanced energy recovery devices that cut plant energy requirements and the global trend toward the privatization of water projects Major Reverse Osmosis System Components for Water Treatment The Global Market examines the global market for RO systems used in water treatment Existing and potential markets for RO system components on the global stage are identified with forecasts included through 2019 Editors and reporters who wish to speak with the analyst should contact Steven Cumming at steven dot cumming at bccresearch dot com About BCC Research

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  • HII Technologies Inc Announces A Licensing Agreement For Frac Water Recycling System
    technology produces high volumes of polished brine or clear saltwater that is virtually free of total suspended solids TSS and is reusable in today s typical fracs in many cases cheaper than the cost to transport and disposal of the flow back water The license granting the right to use this system is from Power Reserve Corp PRC an existing corporate partner said Mr Brent Mulliniks President of AES Water Solutions PRC procured the first system and licensed the related intellectual property and know how required to operate the system which in turn has been sublicensed to AES Water Solutions stated Mr Mulliniks He continued We expect this arrangement to enhance AES overall services by offering a high volume recycling system for frac flow back and produced water for its customers After testing this water recycling unit is now field ready and we anticipate entering into commercial agreements this month Mr Mulliniks continued We believe this will set us apart from our competitors as we are not aware of another mobile onsite system on the market today that can treat over 20 000 barrels per day of water to these reuse standards which allows us to keep pace with the frac operations on a daily rate basis Our total frac water management system includes water transfer flow back services above ground storage tanks onsite recycling and wind down pit evaporation About HII Technologies Inc HII Technologies Inc is a Houston Texas based oilfield services company with operations in Texas Oklahoma Ohio and West Virginia By focusing on the Water Power and Safety oilfield segments the Company is positioned to take advantage of the anticipated significant growth in horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing within the United States active shale and unconventional tight oil plays The Company s frac water supply and flow back services segment has two subsidiaries AES Water Solutions and AquaTex its onsite oilfield contract safety consultancy does business as AES Safety Services and its mobile oilfield power subsidiary operates as South Texas Power STP HII Technologies objective is to bring proven technologies to these operating divisions to build a long term competitive advantage Read more at www HIITinc com www AESwatersolutions com www AquaTexUSA com www AESSafetyServices com and www Oilfield Generators com Forward Looking Statements This press release contains forward looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995 Any statements as to matters that are not of historic fact are forward looking statements These forward looking statements are based on HII Technologies Inc HII s current expectations estimates and projections about HII its industry its management s beliefs and certain assumptions made by management and include statements regarding estimated capital expenditures future operational and activity expectations international growth and anticipated financial performance in 2014 No assurance can be given that such expectations estimates or projections will prove to have been correct Whenever possible these forward looking statements are identified by words such as expects believes anticipates and similar phrases Readers are

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  • Is America Ready To Drink Recycled Water?
    an initial level of filtration So when the water comes into the plant it actually comes through auto strainers These are just a strainer basket plant operator Kristopher Filice said in the report It s just to catch the big stuff like birds I mean there s all kinds of stuff that comes in from the other side The water then goes through a second finer level of filtration moving through pores as thin as a hair Then reverse osmosis gets rid of molecular level waste All you re doing is making enough pressure to push a bunch of water through an expensive piece of paper It comes out clean on one side It s dirty on the other Filice said The last step is UV light filtration to attack viruses We cannot actually kill a virus But you kill its ability to reproduce Filice said They don t live long at all But Filice says that even though the water is clean at this point he would not drink it because of the stigma associated with toilet to tap water It s still not regulated by the Health department he said It hasn t been cleared to drink I haven t gotten mentally over it yet I mean mentally it s coming from the toilet to tap The ick factor of drinking toilet water is a major barrier to making this method viable Only one city in the U S is serving recycled wastewater to homes Wichita Falls in Texas another state facing down prolonged drought KALW reported In July Wichita Falls began reusing millions of gallons of water at the River Road Waste Treatment plant that s been purified to meet government drinking standards The water is then sent by a 12 mile pipeline to the Cypress Water

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  • EPA Reaches Settlement With The Iowa Fertilizer Company And Orascom E And C USA For Clean Water Act Violations
    E And C USA For Clean Water Act Violations The Iowa Fertilizer Company and Orascom E C USA have agreed to pay a 80 689 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the Clean Water Act associated with the construction of a new fertilizer plant in Wever Iowa the U S Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 announced recently Orascom is Iowa Fertilizer s construction contractor for the site and is jointly responsible for compliance under a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources EPA Region 7 inspected the facility in June 2014 to evaluate the site s compliance with its stormwater permit Of the 369 acre site construction related activity had occurred on nearly 323 acres The EPA inspector identified violations at the site including the failure to install or implement adequate stormwater control measures failure to update or amend the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan SWPPP and failure to perform adequate stormwater self inspections EPA observed that the violations resulted in sediment laden stormwater leaving the site and entering a tributary of the Mississippi River Construction projects have a high potential for environmental harm as they disturb large areas of land and significantly increase the potential for erosion The Clean Water Act requires construction sites to have controls in place to limit pollution from being discharged via stormwater into nearby waterways Without proper on site pollution controls stormwater runoff can carry pollutants into waterways and degrade water quality threatening aquatic life and its habitat and impair the use and enjoyment of waterways The Clean Water Act seeks to protect streams and wetlands that form the foundation of the nation s water resources Protecting streams and wetlands is also part of adapting to climate change impacts like drought sea level rise stronger storms and warmer

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  • Water Reuse News Documents on Water Online
    population and the development of nations the natural environment and its water resources inevitably are becoming degraded HII Technologies Inc Announces A Licensing Agreement For Frac Water Recycling System 2 6 2014 HII Technologies Inc the Company OTCQB HIIT an oilfield services company focused on total frac water management portable power and oilfield safety headquartered in Houston Texas announced today that its wholly owned subsidiary AES Water Solutions AES has licensed a high volume frac water recycling system to recycle flow back and produced water at the well sites during the completion process Is America Ready To Drink Recycled Water 12 3 2014 Treated wastewater could be a major asset during California s historic drought but are people ready to drink it IDA 2015 World Congress On Desalination And Water Reuse Opens In San Diego 8 31 2015 The 2015 IDA World Congress on Desalination and Water Reuse officially opens today in San Diego bringing together delegates from around the world to discuss strategies to ensure a sustainable source of fresh water in the face of growing water shortages around the world EPA Reaches Settlement With The Iowa Fertilizer Company And Orascom E And C USA For Clean Water Act Violations 8 19 2015 The Iowa Fertilizer Company and Orascom E C USA have agreed to pay a 80 689 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the Clean Water Act associated with the construction of a new fertilizer plant in Wever Iowa the U S Environmental Protection Agency Region 7 announced recently Desalitech To Supply Advanced Wastewater Treatment Pilot System To Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts 10 2 2013 Desalitech a provider of high efficiency water production and treatment solutions announced recently that it will supply an advanced pilot wastewater treatment system to the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles

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  • Coca-Cola And WEF Share Water Vision
    Technologies Veolia Water Solutions Technologies ABB Measurement Products Aclara Jacobi Carbons Endress Hauser Inc KROHNE Inc Kaeser Compressors Inc Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers Podcast November 25 2015 Coca Cola And WEF Share Water Vision With over 1 000 manufacturing sites in more than 200 countries Coca Cola Company knows a thing or two about water And much of that knowledge is housed in Paul Bowen s organization As Director of Sustainable Operations for the Coca Cola Company and President of the Water Environment Federation s WEF board of trustees Bowen had plenty to share about the growth of WEFTEC and some of Coca Cola s water successes over the past year when he sat down with Water Online Radio at WEFTEC 15 In many ways the focus of Coca Cola over the past 20 years to treat water as a valuable resource mirrors the direction and work of the WEF organization over the same timeframe We are now producing more beverage than wastewater All of our plants throughout the world comply with our corporate policy on wastewater treatment explains Bowen This year we will be completely water neutral Water neutral involves the balancing of the amount of water consumed in the manufacturing process with the amount of wastewater treated and then reused in the manufacturing process The trend toward water reuse is one of the top trends Bowen identifies in the water industry for 2016 WEF is a community of empowered professionals creating a healthy global water environment said Bowen We are out there educating advocating and helping professionals understand how to achieve their water goals We are developing a roadmap for the future that includes water reuse It is an area that we know very well because we are the guys

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  • Replacing The Traditional Use Of Chlorine As A Disinfectant
    Podcast October 29 2015 Replacing The Traditional Use Of Chlorine As A Disinfectant Steve Day Marketing and Product Management Director with Calgon Carbon UV Technologies sat down with Water Online Radio to talk about his company and UV technology Calgon Carbon did a lot of work in advanced oxidation and then in the late nineties was very successful in potable water disinfection Calgon Carbon s UV Technology unit has been around for more than 30 years and they offer four major products or applications that all utilize UV technology Disinfection for potable water with the Sentinel line of UV reactors which are widely deployed all over the world Disinfection for wastewater and reuse with the C3 Series for wastewater Rayox which is an integrated system used exclusively for UV Advanced Oxidation Filtration and UV reactors for the ballast water treatment business which is designed to stop the spread of invasive species that occurs from port to port this goes to market as Hyde Marine The C3 product for wastewater and reuse came a little later in the business but can be used to replace or reduce the traditional use of chlorine as a disinfectant Day said That really came to market about ten years ago For reuse the C3 Series has been specifically designed for reuse but what s important in that area is the California Department of Health Title XXII Certification The product has that We have low pressure high output lamps We have the most powerful lamp in a parallel configuration The other innovation that we have on the C3 series is there is a device on the racks It s very simple but it s very effective We call them Delta Wings and what the Delta Wings do is create a vortex in the water What you

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