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Odor Control in Wastewater

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

While odor control in water systems may not be a common occurrence for businesses and homes, it’s something you need to deal with immediately should it happen. Water odor typically affects industrial and municipal facilities, and it can cause a whole host of problems, ranging from community complaints to costly structural integrity issues. Let’s examine […]

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5 Benefits of Sludge Dewatering

Wednesday, September 7th, 2016

Too much water on the ground can be costly and bad for business. However, sludge dewatering can be a viable solution to this issue without breaking the bank. Discover the five major benefits of sludge dewatering treatment. 1. Cost Savings Sludge residue from water treatment costs cities thousands of dollars each year to eradicate. Conventional […]

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How Chemical Tank Monitoring Systems Work

Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

If you are familiar with the remote tank monitoring industry, you have likely heard of chemical tank monitoring systems. Designed to remotely communicate the levels of liquid chemicals stored in bulk tanks, a functional chemical tank monitoring system is essential for companies in many industries, such as agriculture and water treatment. The following is an […]

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What Is Groundwater and Why Does It Require Treatment?

Tuesday, July 26th, 2016

When you think about water sources, lakes, ponds, streams and rivers come to mind. However, 30 percent of the world’s freshwater actually comes from groundwater, according to The National Groundwater Association. When it rains, the water moves through the surface soil until it gets deep underground. It fills spaces between rocks and dirt, making an […]

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The Basics of Corrosion Control

Thursday, July 14th, 2016

When it comes to the maintenance of water treatment equipment, corrosion is your worst enemy. Caused by mineral deposits and stressors on the interior surfaces of tanks and pipes, corrosion eats away at water treatment equipment, causing leaks and damage and leading to expensive repairs. How Corrosion Happens While corrosion is a common problem, it […]

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