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    Editor’s Letter - November/December 2019

    Dec. 30, 2019
    Welcome to the November/December edition of Industrial WaterWorld.
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    Automating Microscopic Evaluation

    Dec. 30, 2019
    The microscopic evaluation of activated sludge is still a useful tool for WRFs, especially for troubleshooting solids separation.
    Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
    Rainwater cisterns divert stormwater at Sierra Nevada’s Mills River location. Photo: Sierra Nevada Brewing Company
    Food & Beverage

    Now Brewing: Sustainability

    Dec. 30, 2019
    Sierra Nevada Brewing Company's on-site water treatment plant pretreats the brewer’s process water and wastewater effluent, thus improving the quality of the water it sends to...
    Water and wastewater treatment is a critical factor in siting and operating large data centers.
    Process Water

    Data Center Water: Complexity with Hyperscale

    Dec. 30, 2019
    The water demand and wastewater generation in data storage and processing operations can be millions of gallons per day, which is why water and wastewater treatment is a critical...
    The work area available for the water treatment installation was filled with pipes, equipment, and concrete footing, requiring a solution with a small footprint.

    Solids Separation in India

    Dec. 30, 2019
    A major chemical manufacturer was looking to install a solids separation step that would allow for continuous high-quality water supply to enter the plant regardless of the flocculating...

    More content from Volume 19, Issue 6, November/December 2019

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    Water Reuse

    So Refined!

    Dec. 30, 2019
    Stephen Katz, market development manager for water reuse with SUEZ Water Technologies & Solutions, discusses the role of membrane bioreactor technology in addressing challenges...
    The FEMSA wastewater plant in Marilia had two rectangular reactors fitted with Anue Geomembranes’ reinforced odor control system with integrated activated carbon filters.

    Bottling Up Odors

    Dec. 30, 2019
    When complaints about odors from a bottling plant’s wastewater facility grew, plant operators looked to Anue Geomembranes’ odor covers for a solution.