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  • Community On The Florida Keys Uses Decentralized System To Meet Future Effluent Standards Cost Effectively
    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 1 2015 Community On The Florida Keys Uses Decentralized System To Meet Future Effluent Standards Cost Effectively Source Evoqua Water Technologies The community of Marathon has had success bucking the trend to large centralized treatment plants and complex sewer networks Under orders to improve the quality of its effluent the community opted out of a 181 million plan for one large treatment facility and connecting sewers choosing instead to build five smaller decentralized plants each treating between 200 000 and 400 000 gallons per day at a total cost of 91 million Water quality is a critical issue here Marathon is a center for diving in the Gulf of Mexico with Sombrero Reef just a few miles offshore protected by the Florida Keys National Marine According to Zully Hemeyer Marathon utilities director the wastewater treatment system is critical to protecting

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/community-on-the-florida-keys-uses-decentralized-system-to-meet-future-effluent-standards-cost-effectively-0001 (2016-02-14)
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  • MEMCOR CS Submerged Membrane System For Tertiary Water Reuse
    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 February 1 2015 MEMCOR CS Submerged Membrane System For Tertiary Water Reuse Source Evoqua Water Technologies MEMCOR CS submerged membrane microfiltration systems help OCWD reuse treated municipal wastewater improving water supply sustainability for a growing population The threat of water shortages in southern California is not new but over the past few decades more energy efficient membrane based technologies have emerged to improve water treatment and protect groundwater sources OCWD supplies over 2 4 million people with potable water That population is expected to grow to almost 3 million by 2020 This growth along with factors such as a decrease in the imported water supply and OCWD s need to expand its seawater intrusion barrier has increased the demand on both water and wastewater treatment facilities A particular concern is that the increased demand will dramatically

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/memcor-submerged-membrane-system-tertiary-water-reuse-0001 (2016-02-14)
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  • MEMCOR Continuous Microfiltration System Maximizes Water Resources For The City Of Scottsdale Arizona
    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 26 2013 MEMCOR Continuous Microfiltration System Maximizes Water Resources For The City Of Scottsdale Arizona Source Evoqua Water Technologies Challenge The desert community of Scottsdale Arizona had no natural surface water sources and a decreasing groundwater supply Scottsdale had historically treated and disposed of its wastewater As the city has grown disposal of wastewater presented several problems such as The city was paying money to give away reclaimed water a commodity The sewerage system would need upgrading at a similar cost to the Water Campus Water lost from the city would have to be replaced at a further treatment cost In 1980 the State of Arizona passed the Groundwater Management Act GMA whereby facilities are given withdrawal credits when recharging groundwater an attractive alternative for Scottsdale as groundwater requires only disinfection for potable use The Scottsdale Water Campus

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/memcor-continuous-microfiltration-system-maximizes-water-resources-for-the-city-of-scottsdale-arizona-0001 (2016-02-14)
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  • Disc Aerators Replace Brush Aerators, Increasing Capacity And Performance
    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 January 15 2014 Disc Aerators Replace Brush Aerators Increasing Capacity And Performance Source Evoqua Water Technologies To comply with new EPA rules and handle additional flow the City of St Charles Missouri WWTP required a capacity increase and the landlocked plant needed a solution that would fit within its existing footprint Brush aerators and boat clarifiers were replaced with 12 VLR mounted disc aerators to fulfill the oxygen requirement while allowing for the treatment of higher organic loading The solution provided increased nutrient removal capacity and improved efficiency without increasing tank volume Evoqua Water Technologies Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM Evoqua Water Technologies Contact Details Company Name

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/disc-aerators-replace-brush-aerators-increasing-capacity-and-performance-0001 (2016-02-14)
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  • On-Site Chlorine Generation Replaces Conventional Chlorine Gas Feed System In Scottsdale AZ
    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 December 25 2013 On Site Chlorine Generation Replaces Conventional Chlorine Gas Feed System In Scottsdale AZ Source Evoqua Water Technologies Challenge The city of Scottsdale Arizona a community of more than 200 000 residents was historically totally dependent on groundwater resources By the mid 1980 s the city began putting together a multi faceted water resource program to provide the community with a long term sustainable water supply The city of Scottsdale owns and operates a 13 5 million gallon a day Central Groundwater Treatment Facility CGTF with approximately 80 000 service connections It was decided that disinfection methods needed to be converted from gas chlorine to a safer alternative to eliminate transporting the compound throughout the community The city of Scottsdale prides itself on being one of the country s leading cities in terms of environmental conservation and stewardship and was committed to finding a solution for

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/on-site-chlorine-generation-replaces-conventional-chlorine-gas-feed-system-in-scottsdale-az-0001 (2016-02-14)
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  • California Mountain Town Cuts Salt Use, Doubles Disinfection
    Emerson Process Management Rosemount Analytical Degremont Technologies Brentwood Industries View All Providers Case Study January 24 2011 California Mountain Town Cuts Salt Use Doubles Disinfection Source Evoqua Water Technologies Challenge The wastewater treatment facility of the remote mountain resort community of Pinecrest Lake bears the brunt of spring runoff and increased summer demands in the area s beautiful surroundings Pinecrest Lake lies in the Sierra Nevada Mountains between Yosemite National Park and Lake Tahoe The community has a listed population of about 230 people but from June through August the real population booms to 8 000 to 11 000 as summer vacationers descend on the area and put a significant burden on the town s wastewater treatment plant The only such facility in the area has a flow capacity for discharges of about 30 000 gallons per day gpd in colder months In the summer that jumps to 174 000 gpd Additionally the plant used an aging undersized and inefficient electrochlorination system along with screening rotating biological contactor RBC clarification pond and a percolation and evaporation pond In the summer the electrochlorination system operated 24 hours per day They needed to replace the existing system in an environmentally sensitive ecosystem and conscientious community with the added constraints of limited space limited access to deliveries particularly in the winter and a quick installation Solution To meet these needs Evoqua Water Technologies suggested the OSEC B Pak on site electrolytic chlorination system which generates a 0 8 sodium hypochlorite solution through electrolysis of brine consuming only water salt and electricity It can produce 250 lbs day of chlorine Results Instead of running around the clock like the old electrochlorination system the new OSEC B Pak system runs about three hours a day in the summer and once a week in the winter

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/california-mountain-town-cuts-salt-use-0001 (2016-02-14)
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  • Biosphere Moving Bed Biological System Enabled Neptune Beach To Achieve Total Nitrogen Limits Without Additional Tanks
    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 Case Study July 25 2013 Biosphere Moving Bed Biological System Enabled Neptune Beach To Achieve Total Nitrogen Limits Without Additional Tanks Source Evoqua Water Technologies Challenge Nutrients from growing coastal communities threaten bio diversity Bio diversity in Florida s St John s River estuaries is dependent on clean water Growth in the area s coastal communities is adding nitrogen and phosphorous nutrients to the river through wastewater discharges These nutrients cause rapid growth of some organisms limit dissolved oxygen availability to others and upset the balance of a diverse ecosystem In 2005 the Florida Department of Environmental Protection began implementing Total Mass Discharge Limits TMDL for nitrogen and phosphorous from the area s wastewater treatment plants A new TMDL mandated that the City of Neptune Beach reduce nitrogen discharges from its 1 5 MGD wastewater facility from 70 000 pounds to 13 000 pounds per year To reach this 80 reduction a total effluent discharge of 3mg l total nitrogen needed to be achieved In its contact stabilization mode of operation the plant could not accommodate this requirement and needed to change its process Evoqua Water Technologies Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM Evoqua Water Technologies Contact Details Company Name Evoqua Water Technologies Address 181

    Original URL path: http://www.wateronline.com/doc/biosphere-moving-bed-biological-system-enabled-neptune-beach-to-achieve-total-nitrogen-limits-without-additional-tanks-0001 (2016-02-14)
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