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What is Surface Water Pollution? – Sources and Effects

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

Surface water contamination is a significant problem for municipal authorities. It can lead to pollution on a large scale and be a cause of major illness in humans. Knowing how to recognize it, minimize its occurrence, and treat the problem effectively is vital to maintaining a safe water supply. What is Surface Water Pollution? Water […]

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6 Ways to Reduce Water Usage

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

As water increasingly becomes a limited resource, it’s more important than ever to limit your water footprint and reduce water usage. Here are several specific strategies your facility can implement. What is a Water Footprint? A water footprint is the amount of water you consume or pollute when manufacturing your products. Your water footprint can […]

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How Does Groundwater Become Polluted? – Causes of Groundwater Contamination

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

One of this planet’s most important resources is its groundwater. Groundwater is naturally filtered through the soil to sift out particulate matter, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Groundwater should look clean and clear, the way you would imagine a fast-moving stream to look. It is stored in massive natural aquifers. The USGS estimates that […]

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Tertiary Treatment of Wastewater – Methods and Process

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Tertiary water treatment is the final stage of the multi-stage wastewater cleaning process. This third stage of treatment removes inorganic compounds, bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Removing these harmful substances makes the treated water safe to reuse, recycle, or release into the environment. To find out how tertiary sewage treatment works, take a look at this […]

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How Does a Sludge Dewatering Centrifuge Work?

Tuesday, August 21st, 2018

  Sewage disposal is one of the most ecologically important processes in the United States. The health of individuals and the environment depend on safe and effective ways to treat and dispose of this waste. For decades, the focus has been on treating wastewater to control types of waterborne diseases and finding safe ways to incorporate the […]

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