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    Foth's Rob Brillhart, right, at a Wisconsin wastewater treatment facility.

    Innovative techniques for managing wastewater

    Aug. 9, 2022
    Each facility’s wastewater characteristics vary based on the location and market sector in which it operates. These characteristics affect wastewater treatment needs and must ...
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    Process Water

    Solving pH sensor challenges in high-purity water process operations

    The addition of a flow control element to pH sensors provides a better way to measure high-purity boiler water for power plants and the process industries as a whole.
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    Process Water

    Case study: Comprehensive site assessment results in reduced water and waste costs for cheese producer

    July 26, 2022
    A Sartori Cheese production facility improved sustainability and reduced water and waste costs by working with Kurita America.
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    McManis Family Vineyards, a Certified California Sustainable Winery, extends across 3,600 acres in the Central Valley, approximately 80 miles east of San Francisco.
    Food & Beverage

    Case Study: Winery uses primary fine screening to minimize sludge stream and water consumption

    July 19, 2022
    The McManis winery in California has no access to city water or wastewater facilities and is therefore responsible for managing and properly treating its own process wastewater...