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  • The MemPulse MBR System
    Consumer Outreach Funding Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water 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 Video February 5 2016 The MemPulse MBR System The MemPulse MBR System from Evoqua Water Technologies employs a unique wastewater treatment process that combines activated sludge treatment with membrane filtration resulting in greater effluent quality at a reduced life cycle cost The system delivers greater stability of the membrane environment operational flexibility and reduced maintenance requirements as compared to conventional clarification The innovative system combines a unique aeration device and modular rack design to deliver up to 60 aeration and 30 MOS footprint reduction Evoqua Water Technologies 50 years of biological treatment experience and 30 years of membrane experience are demonstrated in 150 global installations treating over 250 million gallon a day MGD Watch this short video to learn more about the MemPulse MBR System and the integrated treatment solution installed in Lancaster

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  • Premiere At The Goldsteig Cheese Dairy
    Produced Water Power Generation Water Reuse Utility Management AMR AMI and Metering Asset Management Consumer Outreach Funding Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water 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 Article February 5 2016 Premiere At The Goldsteig Cheese Dairy Contact The Supplier By Klaus Dieter Bätz Kaeser Compressors Inc A Kaeser EBS series screw blower is making wastewater treatment considerably more efficient and effective at the Goldsteig dairy factory in Cham in the Upper Palatinate region in Germany Whether as part of the production process or for cleaning purposes a lot of water is involved in large scale cheese making At the Goldsteig cheese factory wastewater is collected in large tanks and treated before its disposal into the sewage system A plant upgrade proved to be an excellent opportunity to install a new Kaeser screw blower Kaeser Compressors Inc Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM

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  • Utility 'Drought Shames' The Wrong Consumers
    Bay Municipal Utility District EBMUD uses what critics refer to as drought shaming policies releasing the names of wasteful customers in order to embarrass consumers into conserving more water But this time the utility released inaccurate numbers California s only large water district that penalizes and publicly exposes people who use too much water goofed when it reported inflated figures for some customers EBMUD officials said they are reexamining the lists that contained more than 4 200 names of customers that the agency said violated its limit The names and the amount of water they used were distributed to the media the Contra Costa Times reported Some numbers listed by the utility were off by 1 000 gallons or more One retired woman was listed as using more than 5 000 gallons per day when the real number was just over 1 000 Fox News reported In some cases officials incorrectly reported average water usage over two months when it actually stretched over several months The utility apologized for the mistake EBMUD acknowledged the oversight after the Contra Costa Times found the goof and officials said it might take two weeks or more to determine exactly how many customers might not in fact be taking lengthy showers or overwatering their green lawns NBC Bay Area reported EBMUD Customer Service s Sherri Hong apologized on behalf of the utility We apologize for that This was an oversight on us Hong said per the report The utility is considering ways to improve the accuracy of the data it releases Hong said EBMUD plans to add another column to reflect the exact billing cycle for each customer with the next list set to come out in mid February the report said John Coleman an elected member of board of directors for the utility

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  • Louisiana Town Deals With 'Vomit' Tap Water
    Feature February 5 2016 Louisiana Town Deals With Vomit Tap Water By Sara Jerome sarmje Residents of a small town in Louisiana are horrified by what s coming out of their faucets St Joseph a town of just over 1 200 people has dark brown tap water running through its tap Pictures posted online of chalky dirt brown water in bathtubs washing machines and sinks present a sickening image of what they mean ATTN reported Local resident Garrett Boyte described the problem like this per The News Star Normally it s a light yellow In the past four days it has changed The new color is dark brown The water in the pictures above looks like watered down vomit No matter whose fault this is it s unacceptable said one commenter who saw pictures of the water on Episcopal Café Boyte said he called the state Department of Health and Hospitals who indicated well water samples taken at St Joseph met the Environmental Protection Agency s minimal standards for quality The News Star reported A state health officer says the water is safe to drink Their complaints certainly have risen because of Flint but it s not a lead issue it s an iron issue which is not a health issue But it s obviously not the water people want to see coming out of their faucets Jimmy Guidry state health officer told The Advocate in an interview A fix may be coming to St Joseph The state had petitioned for federal funding and the U S EPA began looking into the issue Gov John Bel Edwards earlier this week ordered the state to start working with EPA St Joseph and Tensas Parish officials to resolve the issue the report said Guidry the health official says years of testing show

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  • Flush With Confidence This Super Bowl Sunday Any Time You Feel Like It
    the story being that all the flushing that occurred during half time of the big game in 1984 precipitated a water main break in Salt Lake City people still love to keep the legend alive I however like to put emphasis on responsible water usage as well as on the progress that makes the possibility of flush rush disasters less and less likely To do so I thought it d be fun to give you Dr Water s tips and insights as they would have been presented to the first group of Super Bowl watchers in 1967 and do the same for the fans gearing up to watch Super Bowl L this February 7 Dear Readers of 1967 As the country gears up for the very first Super Bowl there is growing concern that collective toilet usage during half time and at the game s end will put so much stress on sewer systems that they will break down While sewer and water systems have come a long way since the early part of this century we all can take steps during the big game to help alleviate undue stress on our water systems Use the outhouse Today many rural areas still rely on the great outdoors instead of indoor plumbing If they exist where you are step out to do your business and lessen the flush frequency Drink responsibly Cutting down on beer and soda pop can reduce the flush frequency as both can act as diuretics and increase the need to go Pizza Pizza A convenient universally loved way to satisfy all tastes on the big game day serving pizza at your party can also contribute to your water responsibility Able to be served and eaten with little more than the box and napkins pizza reduces dishwashing and garbage disposal waste Send the women Since men are much more into the game making up the majority of this year s 50 million viewers reserve half time and game s end for their bathroom visits Your group can disperse flushes by assigning bathroom visits during the game to the ladies Who cares With advertisers spending a mere 42 000 for a 30 second commercial chances are you won t be missing much if you make a trip to the bathroom at commercial break Dear Readers of 2016 As the country gears up for the milestone 50th Super Bowl for the most part we can all rest assured the fear of flush rush breaking water mains is unfounded even if you happen to be live at the game American Water knows the NFL cares about responsible flushing in their stadiums Still you can be water responsible by following a few tips during parties for the big game Flush with confidence Annual investment on water supply and sanitation systems repair replacement and maintenance is about 28 5 billion a lot of progress has been made for systems as well as in toilet technology that reduces water usage Drink responsibly See above

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  • Investing In Water From 'Big Short' To Hot Commodity
    New York magazine Burry explained his new investment focus The last line of the movie printed on a placard is Michael Burry is focusing all of his trading on one commodity Water It sounds very ominous Can you describe this position to me Fundamentally I started looking at investments in water about 15 years ago Fresh clean water cannot be taken for granted And it is not water is political and litigious Transporting water is impractical for both political and physical reasons so buying up water rights did not make a lot of sense to me unless I was pursuing a greater fool theory of investment which was not my intention What became clear to me is that food is the way to invest in water That is grow food in water rich areas and transport it for sale in water poor areas This is the method for redistributing water that is least contentious and ultimately it can be profitable which will ensure that this redistribution is sustainable A bottle of wine takes over 400 bottles of water to produce the water embedded in food is what I found interesting Burry with characteristic vision has tapped into the concept of virtual water The idea of virtual water was first floated sorry I speak in water metaphors by Professor John Anthony Allan of King s College in London who measured how much water is embedded in the production and trade of food products in the inputs production processing and transport of food This idea was further explored by Lester Brown founder of the Earth Policy Institute who stated in his book Plan B Rescuing a Planet Under Stress and a Civilization in Trouble to trade in grain futures is to trade in water futures In the interview Burry also mentions the greater fool theory of investment That refers to the idea that an investor can make money buying securities because there is always some idiot willing to pay more for them Big pools of fools create bubbles like the one that burst in 2008 Burry explains that what he is doing in water is not playing the greater fool theory He s looking at water as a very rational investment At some level investing in water is going back to our most fundamentally valuable commodity After all gold may glitter and diamonds may shine but if markets ever lose their interest in jewelry we ll still need water and the food we produce with it The old real estate investment saw they re not making any more of it applies just as well to water as to land Burry ends the New York interview with a strong and optimistic endorsement of American innovation He points to health care and tips his hat to Uber and Lyft But he could just as easily note the significant advances in innovation around water from the U S and other nations Of course there are the efficiency advances that are often spotlighted when people talk

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  • What’s Next For Mobile SCADA
    Sewer Line Maintenance Stormwater Regulations and Legislation Industrial Food Beverage Petroleum Refining All Petroleum Refining Produced Water Power Generation Water Reuse Utility Management AMR AMI and Metering Asset Management Consumer Outreach Funding Labor Resiliency SCADA Automation Source Water All Source Water Contamination Desalination Water Scarcity Water Reuse Regulations and Legislation Providers YSI a Xylem brand Hach Company Schneider Electric Neptune Technology Group Inc Evoqua Water 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 Article February 4 2016 What s Next For Mobile SCADA Contact The Supplier A Telemetry Expert Describes How and Why Temporary Mobile I O Will Transform Remote Asset Management Over the last decade remote access to SCADA applications has changed drastically driven by evolving technology and end user requirements What was once a helpful way to check levels and respond to alarms from home has grown exponentially with the ubiquity of smartphones and tablets Trihedral Engineering Limited Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM Trihedral Engineering Limited Contact Details Company Name Trihedral Engineering Limited Address 1160 Bedford Highway Suite 400 Bedford NS

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  • Flint The Sequel High Lead Levels Plague Ohio Village
    is facing similar struggles It all started after levels of lead were found in seven homes tested in January Tests showed lead levels at 21 parts per billion in some homes according to a spokeswoman for the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Fox 8 reported Schools closed in the Ohio village one day last month as officials moved forward with testing according to The Washington Post Children and pregnant women in Sebring a village in Ohio s Mahoning County about 62 miles from Cleveland have been advised to not drink local tap water and the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency is now working toward revoking the license of Jim Bates the water treatment plant operator the report said By the middle of last week health officials had already counted five children with high lead levels the Associated Press reported Officials said that it s too early to know whether the positive tests are directly linked to the tap water in Sebring near Youngstown or if they could be tied to other sources such as lead paint In an effort to curb the health issues a free clinic was open to pregnant and breastfeeding women and children ages six and younger who receive their water from the Village of Sebring Public Water System WKBN reported Just like in Flint government officials have been slow to respond to health risk in Sebring The public didn t learn about the contamination in Sebring until Jan 21 months after officials of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency and the Sebring public water system knew about it The Columbus Dispatch reported EPA records show the agency knew as early as October that the water in some Sebring area homes contained unsafe levels of lead Some state legislators say the agency might have known as early as Aug 21

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