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  • Ozone Simplified Make Your Next Disinfection Project As Simple As 1-2-O3
    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 Video October 27 2015 Ozone Simplified Make Your Next Disinfection Project As Simple As 1 2 O 3 Pinnacle Ozone Solutions was founded with the goal of simplifying the ozone process Our products and systems specifically designed to be modular reliable and both energy and cost efficient Our truly unique approach allows each system to be precisely matched to your individual needs using truly independent QuadBlock ozone generator cells This approach also allows for easy expansion reduces the need for costly redundant or standby equipment and can be fully upgraded at any time Watch this informative video about how Pinnacle s radically simple approach to ozone projects Pinnacle Ozone Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE

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  • De Nora Brings New Focus To Water Treatment
    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 Video October 14 2015 De Nora Brings New Focus To Water Treatment Following the acquisition of Severn Trent Services Water Purification Group Water Online caught up with John Dyson Commercialization Manager for the newly branded De Nora Water Technologies to understand what the change means for the water and wastewater industry Dyson discusses how the new organization is enhancing the company s product lines including the newly redesigned ClorTec on site sodium hypochlorite generation system De Nora Water Technologies Contact The Supplier Contact Details Company Profile MORE FROM De Nora Water Technologies Contact Details Company Name De Nora Water Technologies Address 3000 Advance Lane Colmar

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  • contaminant-removal-videos Documents on Water Online
    also allows for easy expansion reduces the need for costly redundant or standby equipment and can be fully upgraded at any time Watch this informative video about how Pinnacle s radically simple approach to ozone projects De Nora Brings New Focus To Water Treatment 10 14 2015 Following the acquisition of Severn Trent Services Water Purification Group Water Online caught up with John Dyson Commercialization Manager for the newly branded De Nora Water Technologies to understand what the change means for the water and wastewater industry Dyson discusses how the new organization is enhancing the company s product lines including the newly redesigned ClorTec on site sodium hypochlorite generation system An Introduction To NeoTech Aqua Solutions 4 16 2014 Whether you re managing municipal waters working with cooling towers or producing clean water NeoTech Aqua Solutions offers disinfection TOC reduction and ozone destruction products that can be easily sized for your requirements Real time dosimetry units provide exact dosage measurements and a minimum number of lamps allow for halting of water flow without powering the unit down How To Install A UV Lamp 4 16 2014 This video features a step by step demonstration of how to change out a used UV lamp and install a new one Operation And Maintenance Made Easy Video 8 14 2013 Disinfect any type of effluent including primary and CSO with the TrojanUVSigna pilot trailer The TrojanUVSigna plumbs right into a treated effluent sidestream and includes all of the features of a full scale installation TrojanUVTorrent Drinking Water UV Disinfection System Video 7 1 2010 The TrojanUVTorrent is the solution for large scale drinking water facilities in need of revolutionary UV disinfection technology UV Treatment Gains Traction In Reuse Applications Video 10 7 2015 Fresh off TrojanUV being named manufacturer of the year by

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  • Contaminant Removal News Documents on Water Online
    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

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  • U.S. Drought Reshapes Thinking On Water Solutions
    Bluefield Research U S Municipal Wastewater Reuse Market Trends Opportunities Forecasts 2015 2025 wastewater reuse for municipal utilities will increase 61 percent by 2025 requiring US 11 0 billion of capital expenditures Top 5 Takeaways U S Municipal Wastewater Reuse Source Bluefield Research Amidst a growing call for improved water efficiency potable reuse treating wastewater to drinking water quality is gaining traction In the U S potable reuse almost exclusively driven by indirect applications i e reservoirs injection makes up 15 percent of the total capacity and is expected to increase to 19 percent of total water reuse by 2025 The expected jump stems largely from heightening pressure on policymakers and utilities to stay ahead of scaling urban populations anticipated future droughts and already limited water supply alternatives To date the only operating direct potable reuse plants in the U S are Wichita Falls TX and Big Spring TX Another plant in Cloudcroft NM is in final stages of development An opaque and fragmented regulatory environment coupled with public reservations about reclaimed water has throttled development nationwide Concerns about reusing wastewater for drinking water however are changing rapidly in states like California where more than US 1 9 billion of reuse applications have been submitted to state agencies for approval Forecasted Potable Reuse Capacity Additions Source Bluefield Research Desal Still Limited To Select Projects Acceptance of seawater desalination as part of the U S water supply portfolio has been slow to take hold as demonstrated by 17 seawater desalination projects in California that have languished and beleaguered by environmental opposition high costs and permitting challenges However the combination of new desalination capacity and continued drought pressure on coastal urban centers could help swing momentum in desalination s favor to become part of the long term solution rather than a costly

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  • ED vs RO The Benefits Of Electrodialysis For Desalination
    ability to change the input and output easily ED has it RO doesn t We ve actually piloted on some sites that are ocean driven brackish water areas with 2 000 ppm during outgoing tide and perhaps 35 000 ppm during incoming tide That s quite a swing from the standpoint of TDS All we do from an ED standpoint is increase the amount of power that s necessary to drive those salts out of the solution explained Buzzell The amount of power needed is based entirely on how much salt that you need to drive out so it s a function completely of flow rate and salt concentration in the water flowing through the module With ED water quality is not affected by reducing energy Whatever energy that isn t needed is saved but output is consistent With RO consistent water quality is dependent on a certain high pressure to pump and filter feed water through tiny membrane pores regardless of how much salt is being removed To a certain extent it s kind of a dumb technology Buzzell said of RO It s just straight removal and there s not much you can do to change the output You can change pressure but you get a fairly similar output Low Pressure Operation Whereas RO is dependent on high pressure for its membrane treatment ED works by cross flow separation using ion exchange IX membranes which is a low pressure tangential flow process As opposed to the brute force of RO filtration ED operates quietly and doesn t require specialized piping valves and pumps to accommodate RO s intense pressure We re operating at under 7 bar they re operating at 70 bar noted Buzzell For a 1000 psi pump to be operating during RO desalination it s jarring You have to design to account for the noise vibration and pressure Lifecycle Cost According to Buzzell such demanding equipment requirements for RO take their toll ED is driven mostly by system feed water not pumps which helps to reduce lifecycle costs Citing Evoqua s in house studies Buzzell reported that the new NEXED ED system shows a 10 percent advantage over RO on total lifecycle cost for brackish water applications including a 30 percent reduction in energy use based on RO energy use of 3 kWh m 3 But reverse osmosis hasn t stood still at all Buzzell acknowledged They ve made advances Though they may change over time capital costs and energy are easy to calculate and compare O M costs are harder to evaluate Buzzell contended that because RO requires more equipment operating in a severe environment ED earns an advantage with regard to long term O M Not just less expensive but also simpler Easy Maintenance Both RO and ED require clean in place CIP regimens to keep membranes free from scaling and fouling however when an RO skid is taken offline for cleaning there is a necessary drop in treatment capacity and that s not

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  • Keeping Innovation Afloat The Desal Prize
    renewable energy while creating less brine waste and more water for agriculture and drinking The Desal Prize is the second call for innovations under Securing Water for Food a Grand Challenge for Development SWFF which is a multilateral partnership supported by the United States Agency for International Development USAID the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency Sida and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Kingdom of The Netherlands MFA NL The prize was designed to harness innovative technologies to create environmentally sustainable small scale brackish water desalination systems that can provide potable water for humans as well as water appropriate for agriculture in developing countries In testing their technologies as part of the competition the teams faced a number of the same challenges that they would in developing countries During the two 24 hour test phases competitors were only allowed to be onsite several times to simulate the need for reliable low maintenance systems that smallholder farmers could operate They had to innovate and problem solve on the fly an especially important skill as the teams move into the next stage of the competition where they will have to address country and even community specific issues and needs Through this head to head competition two winners emerged in first place Team MIT and Jain Irrigation Systems designed a photovoltaic powered electrodialysis reversal EDR system that desalinates water by using electricity to pull charged particles out of the water and further disinfects using ultraviolet rays The system was designed for low energy consumption limiting costs especially in off grid areas In second place Team University of Texas at El Paso UTEP Center for Inland Desalination Systems designed a Zero Discharge Desalination ZDD technology that reduces water waste in the desalination of groundwater by conventional processes electrodialysis uses voltage to remove undesirable ions from water MIT and Jain Irrigation Systems were awarded 160 000 UTEP Center for Inland Desalination Systems was awarded 40 000 Team Green Desal which consisted of members from the Asian Institute of Technology and Management the National Center for Agricultural Research and Extension State University of Ponta Grossa Technion Israel University of Technology and the University of North Texas received an Honorable Mention This team developed a high percent recovery system that integrates proven technologies in reverse osmosis ion exchange nanofiltration re mineralization and disinfection Testing these technologies in the American Southwest amidst recent reports of widespread drought and increasing water scarcity highlighted the issue of water security as a truly universal one It is estimated that in the next 10 years two thirds of the world s population could be living in severe water stress conditions While there is a pressing need for solutions in developing countries the Desal Prize has also demonstrated that these technological advances may be relevant in other parts of the world as well With more than 70 percent of global water use occurring in the food value chain and the world s population continuing to grow we must increasingly look to game

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  • Desalination Innovation In The UAE
    allow a medium to large scale desalination plant to be powered economically by a renewable energy source Today however the situation is shifting as the UAE steers away from this challenge towards a more sustainable direction Turning to a more sustainable method of clean water production can minimize long term costs and reduce carbon emissions The UAE is committed to further advancing industrial scale sustainable desalination technologies capable of meeting the region s future demand for fresh clean water Recognizing the link among energy water and food the UAE is investing heavily in cutting edge technologies to improve the efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of the desalination process By bridging the gap between research and development R D and commercialization the UAE is providing an opportunity for scale up of technologies that address water access while also reaping economic social and environmental benefits through capitalizing on the region s abundance of renewable resources such as solar and geothermal energy Masdar Abu Dhabi s renewable energy company launched the Renewable Energy Desalination Programme in January 2013 following a mandate from the capital s leadership This forward thinking mandate directed Masdar to develop and demonstrate advanced and innovative technologies in desalination to both ensure water security and reduce energy consumption in the sector to meet the country s energy reduction targets Model of Masdar s Solar Powered Desalination Pilot Programme currently under construction in Ghantoot Abu Dhabi to be showcased at the 7th World Water Forum The goal of this pilot program is to identify industrial scale and commercially viable desalination technologies that will address sustainable access to water both in the arid region and globally As such in February 2013 Masdar invited around 180 companies and organizations in the water desalination industry to participate in the program The evaluation process was conducted in two phases qualification followed by down selection of four technologies After a thorough evaluation process Masdar chose to partner with well known players in the desalination industry Abengoa Water Suez Environnement and SIDEM Veolia and an innovative Californian start up company Trevi Systems The program s four pilot plants located in Ghantoot Abu Dhabi are currently under construction and are expected to be operated on a continuous basis for at least 18 months to demonstrate the reliable performance of the developed technologies The pilot phase intends to demonstrate energy efficient desalination systems at a small through two categories of seawater desalination technologies advanced seawater desalination technologies and innovative seawater desalination technologies The target values for both technologies refer to an annual average and are based on feed water with a concentration of total dissolved solids of 42 000 mg L and a temperature of 30 C It is further noted that the energy consumption values refer to the complete desalination process and include the energy consumption of the feed water intake pretreatment desalination post treatment remineralization brine discharge and all other auxiliary processes Masdar s Renewable Energy Powered Pilot Programme under construction Advanced desalination technologies are defined

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