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The Importance of Acid Fume Scrubbers

When you use any amount of chemicals in an industrial or municipal setting, these chemicals can be hazardous to the health of everyone in the facility if they aren't handled with care. Many chemical applications will produce vapor fumes that can be dangerous to a person's health as well as the environment. If these fumes [...]

2021-07-12T20:06:18-07:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

What is an Odor Scrubber and How Does it Affect Our Environment?

Wastewater treatment plants are highly important facilities that can effectively remove contaminants from residential and commercial sewage. Once the water has been treated, it can be reused or sent out into the environment. Among the most critical components of any wastewater treatment plant is an odor scrubber. When installed correctly, these scrubbers are able to [...]

2021-06-28T20:22:54-07:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

The Impact of Ballast Water on the Water Industry

When you operate a ship of any kind, you may be tasked with handling ballast water before your ship can set off. Ballast water is integral to the safe and secure operation of ships. This type of water helps to adjust the weight of a vessel to ensure that it can float properly and remain [...]

2021-05-10T20:45:20-07:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

What is Mechanical Vapor Compression and How Does it Save Energy

One of the main goals in any industrial process is to keep operating costs as low as possible. The quality or result of an industrial process doesn't matter unless the process can be completed without using ample amounts of energy. In industrial applications throughout saline, dairy, and distillery industries, it's common for waste heat to [...]

2021-02-16T11:21:40-08:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

How to Reduce Water Scaling and Prevent Damage

Whether your HVAC cooling system has started to malfunction or your boiler isn't as efficient as you would like it to be, these issues can be brought about by water scaling, which is a serious problem that occurs when too many contaminants are found in water. Scale develops in water when calcium and magnesium compounds [...]

2021-02-01T08:33:51-08:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

Facts to Understand about Lead In Water

There are a wide range of substances and chemicals that can get into water and degrade its overall quality. One such substance is lead, which is a kind of heavy metal that naturally occurs within the earth's crust. Even though lead is useful in a variety of situations and applications, it's toxic to animals and [...]

2020-11-10T08:25:54-08:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

How Does a Wastewater Treatment Plant Work?

Among the more effective methods of controlling pollution is with a wastewater treatment plant, which is designed to clean water and sewage before the water is returned to the environment. Wastewater treatment plants are able to get rid all different kinds of pollutants and solids that can be found in sewage, which ensures that the [...]

2020-08-03T22:27:41-07:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

The Benefits and Applications of Ozonated Water in Water Treatment

Many people are looking for healthier alternatives for the foods and beverages that they typically consume. When you're searching for the healthiest form of water, you might want to consider ozonated water, which is essentially water that's free from all impurities. The myriad of health benefits that come with drinking ozonated water include everything from [...]

2020-07-14T08:29:27-07:00By |Industrial Wastewater|

Improving the Electroplating Process using pH Control

Electroplating is a common metal finishing process with several industrial applications, ranging from the purely cosmetic to the application of protective coatings. The process, which uses electric current to drive ions towards receptive metal surfaces, is sensitive to multiple key parameters and careful control is crucial to achieving desired plating effects. Several components, including the [...]

2020-01-27T14:46:09-08:00By |Industrial Wastewater, pH|

Chlorine for Wastewater Treatment

Chlorine for Wastewater Treatment The use of chlorine for water treatment has a long history since its first use in Jersey City in 1908. Despite the use of chlorine globally to produce safe drinking water, chlorination is not a simple process, especially considering that chlorine itself is toxic. More recently, we take great care [...]