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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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Endress+Hauser releases free instructional videos

GREENWOOD, Ind. — Customers have 24/7 access to the more than 100 free, step-by-step instructional videos on Endress+Hauser’s YouTube channel.


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Educating consumers on water conservation

BIRMINGHAM — In a previous Water Technology article, we wrote about how water dealers can help customers conserve more water.


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HRWTF selects World Water Works to provide wastewater treatment technology

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Hopewell Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility (HRWTF) receives more than 80 percent of its wastewater from industry, some of which contains known toxins to nitrite oxidizing bacteria (NOBs) and ammonia oxidizing bacteria (AOBs).


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GE’s Power Conservation business helps power Saudi Arabian plant

JIDDAH, Saudi Arabia — GE’s systems will improve efficiency of the new Yanbu 3 power and desalination plant, reducing overall costs and the amount of energy needed to run the desalination process.


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IWA joint conference registration now available

CINCINNATI — The joint International Water Association (IWA) International Conference on Water Efficiency and Performance Assessment of Water Services will take place in Cincinnati, Ohio, April 20-24 at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza.


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City of Delano awards nitrate removal project to AdEdge Water Technologies

BUFORD, Ga. — The current nitrate levels for the city of Delano, California, are not compliant with California’s drinking water standard of 45 mg/l of nitrate as NO3.


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Examining the effects of benzene in water

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


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Genesis Water Technologies launches new corporate website

MAITLAND, Fla. — The revamped corporate website, recently launched in the U.S. market in English, will soon be unveiled worldwide with the capability for translation in more than 30 languages.


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Ice in local water treatment plant’s intake valve decreases city water levels

AVON LAKE, Ohio — The formed ice in the water intake valve prompted divers to divert the flow of water to help preserve the city’s water.


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Fairbanks-based group raises money to provide clean water for the Philippines

FAIRBANKS, Alaska — Last year the Fairbanks-based group, called Fresh Water for the Philippines, helped build cisterns as well as buy water purification tablets, water testing kits and water pumps.


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