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  • Five Years Of Post-Aeration At A Wastewater Treatment Plant
    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 Case Study May 28 2015 Five Years Of Post Aeration At A Wastewater Treatment Plant Source BlueInGreen To protect the environment wastewater treatment facilities across the country are required to deliver dissolved oxygen DO into the treated effluent with most DO permits ranging from 2 to 10 mg L This is the case for the Paul R Noland Wastewater Treatment Plant located in Fayetteville AR Read the full case study to learn how the facility exceeded the required DO level and the savings provided complete project payback within four years of operation due to the decrease in operational costs Newsletter Signup SIGN ME UP YOU MAY ALSO LIKE Contact Details Company Name BlueInGreen

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  • An Environmental Impact Study On The Manufacture Production And Transport Of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems
    3 inch PVC piping for distribution The recycled thermoplastic system is defined as Infiltrator Systems Inc s Infiltrator IM 1060 septic tank and a 1000 sf drainfield of Quick4 Standard chambers The analysis included raw material processing manufacture of the finished product and transportation of the product to the field site Resources compared were water electricity and fuel The installation of each system was not included in this study do to the varying ease and method of installation among sites For the conventional system the transportation distance was assumed to be 30 miles to account for availability of local materials for each conventional system one truck carrying one tank and one truck carrying the amount of stone required for the drainfield each travel 30 miles to deliver the conventional system to the worksite Material properties and coefficients for emissions water fuel and electricity consumption were found through literature review The majority of conventional system consumption coefficients were sourced directly from the concrete industry These values represent a best case scenario for the concrete industry as most literature cites consumption rates much higher than those reported directly from the concrete industry In calculating resource consumption of the recycled thermoplastics system three different flatbed transportation distances 30 500 and 1000 miles were used to account for various distances from the manufacturing plant to distributors in flatbed shipping densities A distance of 30 miles was then used to calculate the distance traveled from distributor to the installation site in two pickup trucks total one transporting the tank and one transporting the chambers The recycled thermoplastics system analysis was calculated using both a drainfield sized with a 25 reduction and a drainfield sized 1 1 with a conventional system while the 25 reduction is common throughout US regulations the 1 1 drainfield sizing gives a more direct correlation between the two systems and was used through the remainder of analyses Resource consumption carbon emissions and number of products produced were monitored over six months of production at the Infiltrator Winchester KY manufacturing plant This data was used to determine the resource consumption and carbon emission coefficients Values for electricity use fuel consumption water consumption and carbon emissions were calculated for both of the systems Each system was also analyzed to determine the percentage of each constituent used in each production phase raw material processing production transportation and for each material concrete aggregate PVC cement plastic Various subsets of each system were then quantitatively compared including the septic tanks alone the drainfields alone and the effect of transportation distances on system consumptions Results Conventional System Resource consumption and carbon emissions of the conventional system are shown in Table 1 As shown the conventional system consumes 6433 kWh of electricity 6674 kBtu of fuel 983 gallons of water and emits 431 kg C through the production manufacture and transportation of the system Table 2 and Figure 1 depict the breakdown of each of these constituents into tank and drainfield contributions As shown the drainfield accounted for 81 of the electricity consumption 61 of the fuel consumption 79 of the water consumption and 54 of the emissions Table 1 Conventional System Results Table 2 Conventional System Usage Breakdown into Components Figure 1 Tank and drainfield contributions to resource consumption and emissions The conventional system was also analyzed by phase The results of this analysis are shown in Table 3 and Figure 2 As shown electricity consumption is dominated by the production phase Fuel consumption is dominated by the material processing phase Water consumption is dominated largely by the material processing phase and carbon emissions are fairly split between the material processing and production phases Table 3 Conventional system 1000 sf drainfield 30 mi travelled Consumption by phase Figure 2 Conventional system consumption breakdown by phase The conventional system was also analyzed to determine the percent contributions of each manufactured material Results from this analysis are shown in Table 4 and Figure 3 As shown PVC manufacture is the highest consumer of electricity accounting for 71 of the system s electricity consumption Aggregate and cement consume the most fuel both around 40 of the total fuel consumption Aggregate also consumes the most water with 70 of the total water consumption Cement and PVC production emit the highest amount of carbon 39 of the total carbon emissions Table 4 Conventional system breakdown by material Figure 3 Conventional system breakdown by material Recycled Thermoplastic System The results from the recycled thermoplastic system with a 25 reduction are shown in Table 5 The results from the full sized recycled thermoplastic system are shown in Tables 6 Table 7 and Figure 4 also show the tank and drainfield system contributions with a fully sized drainfield Table 5 Recycled thermoplastic system 1000sf drainfield with 25 reduction Table 6 Recycled thermoplastic system 1000 sf drainfield no reduction Table 7 Recycled thermoplastic system no reduction 30 mi distance Breakdown of components Figure 4 Recycled thermoplastic system comparison with and without drainfield reduction The recycled thermoplastic system results were also analyzed to determine the contributions of resources emissions for each stage material processing production and transportation The results from this analysis can be seen in Table 8 and Figure 5 Table 8 Recycled thermoplastic system 1000 sf system no reduction 1000 mi distance Consumption by phase Figure 5 Recycled thermoplastic system 1000 sf system 1000 mi distance breakdown in consumption by phase As shown the electricity consumption and carbon emissions are evenly split between the material processing phase and the production phase Fuel consumption is dominated largely by transportation and water consumption is dominated largely by the production phase Maximum Consumption Scenario The maximum consumption scenario for the recycled thermoplastics system analysis was determined to be the farthest distance 1000 miles with no drainfield size reduction This scenario was therefore compared to the conventional system to quantitatively analyze the resource consumption and carbon emissions of the two systems Results from the analysis are shown in Table 9 At maximum consumption the recycled thermoplastic system uses a

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  • AMERICAN’s Versatility Shines In Rocky Terrain
    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 Case Study April 9 2015 AMERICAN s Versatility Shines In Rocky Terrain Source AMERICAN American Cast Iron Pipe Company Murfreesboro Tennessee is the fastest growing city in Tennessee and one of the fastest growing cities in the United States with its population more than doubling since 2000 To manage this growth the city s Water and Sewer Board recently embarked on an 8 2 million project to construct the Southwest Regional Force Main It is one of three projects being constructed simultaneously by the city to increase capacity and meet demand The other two projects involve construction of the 20 million gallon per day MGD Southwest Regional Pumping Station and a new headworks or preliminary treatment building at the Sinking Creek Wastewater Treatment Plant Once finished in summer 2015 the three projects will make the system

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  • Headworks Bar Screen Buy Well Buy Once!
    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 Case Study April 1 2015 Headworks Bar Screen Buy Well Buy Once Source Headworks International Inc Our screens have been installed in all corners of the world and this installation at Selkirk Manitoba continues that exciting trend The City of Selkirk is located 14 kms from Winnipeg in the Western Canadian province of Manitoba and is also known as the Catfish Capital of the World The City of Selkirk was looking at upgrading the front end of their sewage plant a few years ago The plant operators were very involved in the decision making As part of their research they chose to visit a couple of plants and were prepared to ask the right questions Their procurement parameters were to buy a screen which was user friendly and of high quality They visited a wastewater plant in Canmore Alberta Canada which had some years before purchase a filter belt screen which they were highly dissatisfied with The City of Canmore replaced it with a Headworks Bar Screen which they purchased in 2006 The Canmore group where happy to answer the Selkirk operators questions and share their stories of satisfactory experiences with the Headworks unit Headworks International Inc Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM Headworks International Inc Contact Details Company

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  • N-Technology Impeller Pumps Eliminate FOG Buildup At Resort And Casino
    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 Case Study March 19 2015 N Technology Impeller Pumps Eliminate FOG Buildup At Resort And Casino Source Flygt A Xylem Brand The successful addition of new restaurants and clubs at a resort and casino in Upstate NY brought with them a flow of fats oil and grease FOG which gelled into a floating blanket atop the main station s wet well where the sewage flows converge from the network of smaller stations throughout the property boundaries Flygt developed its advanced N technology impeller to address the growing challenges of today s higher debris wastewater flows The N impeller handles solids even more efficiently than a chopper pump and when installed with a Flygt pump s high efficiency motor it can shave energy consumption by nearly 50 percent Flygt A Xylem Brand

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  • Collection Systems White Papers & Case Studies Documents on Water Online
    system A Testimonial By A Headworks Bar Screen Owner 12 11 2015 We go into December by highlighting one of our earlier projects located in Forest Grove Oregon on the western side of the USA International Bar Screens Handle Over 6 Billion Gallons Per Day In Detroit 10 5 2015 In 2004 Headworks Inc was selected to supply 22 screens to the George W Kuhn Retention Treatment Basin GWK RT Basin located in the Detroit Metropolitan Area of Michigan Pump Station s Non Dispersibles Problem Solved 9 17 2015 Sun City AZ has had the same wastewater treatment plant since the 70s along with a new expensive problem non dispersible waste 8 Years Of Tranquility At Water Reclamation Plant And Japanese Garden Courtesy Of Headworks Bar Screens 9 10 2015 Visitors to the Japanese Gardens above the City of Los Angeles Donald C Tillman Water Reclamation Plant DCT Water Reclamation Plant become more tranquil as they stroll along the walkways Durango Wastewater Treatment Plant Foils Energy Heist And Lowers Maintenance Costs 8 8 2015 The Durango wastewater treatment facility is a traditional waste activated system The bio solids WAS is collected from secondary clarifiers treated with flocculants and thickened before an anaerobic digestion A centrifuge had been used for the thickening process which dewatered the WAS to a 8 to 10 consistency The plant had three 50 hp units and used either one or two of the units as needed Monsters Protect Pump Station Weather Storms In Scotland 7 14 2015 Pump blockages and rags are a significant barrier to energy and operational efficiencies at pump stations causing unscheduled shut downs safety hazards for operators costly equipment repairs and increased power usage due to a decrease in the pumps hydraulic performance Scottish Water observed these negative effects caused by an

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  • Alkagen Solution - Odor and Corrosion Control
    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 Product Service Alkagen Solution Odor and Corrosion Control Source Evoqua Water Technologies Alkagen Solution is a fast acting pH shift technology that effectively controls odors and corrosion in wastewater systems This unique proven product is environmentally safe and uses a combination of alkaline and nitrate technologies to remove and prevent hydrogen sulfide Alkagen solution also reduces the impact of fats oils and grease FOG in the system while providing a beneficial alkaline supplement for the treatment plant Contact The Supplier Click Here To Download Alkagen Solution Odor and Corrosion Control Datasheet Evoqua provides full service solutions including the Versadose Automated Dosing Control for effective dosing of Alkagen solution and the Link2Site Remote Monitoring technology for real time visibility and control Features Controls atmospheric and dissolved sulfide Fast acting sulfide control within seconds of application Reduces accumulation of fats oils and grease deposits Environmentally safe with no hazardous substances Click here to learn more or connect with a product specialist Need More Information Just Ask Click the button below to directly contact the supplier Use it to Ask a question Request more detailed information or literature Discuss your current project application Request a quote Locate a distributor in your area Schedule a demo Contact The Supplier Evoqua Water Technologies Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM Evoqua Water

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  • Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF)
    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 Product Service Dissolved Air Flotation DAF Source Headworks International Inc Headworks has designed and manufactured DAFs Dissolved Air Flotation for many years for the cruise ship industry where the primary goal is always to operate on a small footprint As cruise ships can t simply call a plumber when there is a problem reliability of the equipment is paramount as well It was therefore only a natural progression for us to expand the line into land based applications In combination with our MBBR IFAS solutions Headworks DAFs provide a super compact complete core treatment system Contact The Supplier Click Here To Download ACTIVEFLOAT DAF Need More Information Just Ask Click the button below to directly contact the supplier Use it to Ask a question Request more detailed information or literature Discuss your current project application Request a quote Locate a

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