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Filtration

Customers are exposed to a myriad of contaminants every day and modern technology, such as reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and microfiltration units, can eliminate or minimize exposure to users. Contaminants and filtration processes highlighted in this section address aesthetic (taste, odor, color, etc.) issues, system-operation nuisance concerns and health risks.

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The WateReuse Research Foundation publishes white paper on potable water reuse

ALEXANDRIA, Va. — The white paper titled, “The Opportunities and Economics of Direct Potable Reuse (WRRF-14-08),” can be downloaded for free at WateReuse Research Foundation’s website.


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The effects of perchlorate in drinking water

BIRMINGHAM — In Water Technology’s December issue, Technical Editor Dr. Joseph Cotruvo writes about perchlorate.


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Pure Water Profits blog: The real truth about word of mouth and lead generation

BIRMINGHAM — The latest post from Dale Filhaber of Dataman Group discusses why businesses, particularly new businesses, must be careful not to get stuck in the “word of mouth trap."


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New Western regional sales manager joins HydroNovation

SAN FRANCISCO — Terry Heckman will use his background and industrial channel partner contacts to help commercialize the salt-free HydroDI™ water treatment technology to the commercial and residential markets.


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World Water Works releases new sludge conditioning technology

OKLAHOMA CITY — World Water Works is a manufacturer of specialized process and wastewater treatment technologies.


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DesalTech2015 organizers now accepting abstracts

SAN DIEGO — The International Conference on Emerging Water Desalination Technologies in Municipal and Industrial Applications (DesalTech2015) will take place Aug. 28-29, 2015, in San Diego, California.


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Groundwater treatment to begin at Superfund site

ATLANTA — Land clearing and other site preparation activities are currently underway, and the treatment plant building will be constructed during December followed by the installation of the treatment equipment in January 2015.


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New global analysis of residential water treatment market

OCEAN GROVE, N.J. — Order and pay for the new global report by Dec. 14 to receive an early bird discount.


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Nexus eWater speaks with TecHome Builder during 2014 Greenbuild

NEW ORLEANS — The interview took place at the 2014 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo held in New Orleans, and the main topic of the discussion focused on the Nexus eWater Recycler.


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Singapore’s EWI awards grant to develop innovative wastewater technology

SINGAPORE — Grundfos was awarded the $1.4 million grant to develop a novel wastewater filtration technology that can substantially reduce capital investment and operational costs for wastewater treatment.


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