Endress+Hauser has introduced Netilion Water Network Insights (NWNI), a system said to provide water and wastewater operators with all the critical data from their operations, from any location, any time of day and on any screen — a control room monitor, or a laptop, tablet, or smart phone.
PPG has announced an expansion of its coatings offering for wastewater facilities. The expanded portfolio includes solutions for a range of wastewater management processes, including collections, primary and secondary treatment, sludge handling and disinfection.
The Federal and B.C. governments have announced more than $19.2 million in joint funding for four projects in British Columbia to support drinking water and wastewater infrastructure. The projects will upgrade existing wastewater treatment facilities or construct new drinking water facilities to enhance water capacity, comply with provincial standards, improve surface water quality, and protect the surrounding environment.
A wastewater treatment plant contacted DeZurik about a unique pump protection application. This application required eight 30-in. eccentric plug valves with hydraulic actuators to cycle between 5 and 10 s. Two hydraulic power units (HPUs) were needed to operate four valves each.
Duperon Corporation of Saginaw, MI, a maker in adaptive screening technologies for water/wastewater industries, has promoted Tammy Blanchard to lead sales project manager. A Duperon veteran of seven years, Blanchard brings nearly 30 years of sales and customer support experience to the position.
Strategic investments in modern water and wastewater infrastructure will play a key role in ensuring Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador residents have access to reliable services to support healthy communities.
Easy production scale up and changeovers are possible with accurate, reliable liquid measurement and filling systems in complete kits that eliminate the need to clean and sterilize equipment between batches.
The Federal and Saskatchewan governments have announced more than $33 million in joint funding for 26 projects in Saskatchewan. Important upgrades to water and wastewater systems in the Town of Hudson Bay and the Village of Edenwold will help protect the health of residents and the environment.
Responding to the challenge municipalities face with tightening effluent requirements, Endress+Hauser has developed a comprehensive platform approach for real time monitoring of all critical parameters and collection of true representative samples for lab testing.
Kenosha, WI-based Centrisys Corp., a North American manufacturer of decanter and thickening centrifuges and dewatering systems, has announced that shipping preparations are underway for an order for eight CS26-4 decanter centrifuges.