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.
Recently introduced double diaphragm pumps, this time electrically operated (EODD), said to provide an eco-friendlier approach to the traditional AODD pump. One of the first EODD pumps put in operation was installed in April 2019 at a wastewater treatment facility since then pumping sludge with limescale.
Flowery Branch, Georgia, is facing tremendous growth as suburban Atlanta continues to sprawl. The community’s water and wastewater systems must prepare to support new residents and businesses while keeping costs in check.
Although the type of industry and specific operational practices determine the type of wastewater generated, most involve suspended solids, heavy metals, organic compounds or a variety of other pollutants.
Mueller Water Products of Atlanta announced that it has acquired Krausz Industries, Ltd., a manufacturer of pipe couplings, grips and clamps, for US$140 million in cash. Krausz provides a full suite of innovative and proprietary pipe couplings, grips and clamps under the HYMAX brand for the global water and wastewater industries.
Koch Membrane Systems (KMS), a developer and manufacturer of membrane-based filtration technologies, has commissioned a packaged membrane bioreactor (MBR) system in Saskatoon, SK. The Puron Plus system from KMS is said to provide a compact and turnkey wastewater treatment solution that is fully automated and provides consistent high-quality effluent for safe discharge or reuse.