Cooling water treatment can be quite a mystery. This treatment type is essential, particularly if companies want to maintain and increase their industrial HVAC cooling system. The old proverb, “out of sight, out of mind” is a common philosophy of numerous industrial building owners. This attitude ascends in part mainly due to the internal part … Continue reading "Cooling water treatment – Increase and maintain efficiency of you industrial HVAC cooling system"
Wastewater treatment and management have become hot-button issues in every facet of building, zoning and LEED certification. Having the ability to treat wastewater in a closed system makes recirculation more efficient, saves water and energy and reduces contaminant loads in public sewers and watersheds. Until recently, a single-stage, integrated solution for internal wastewater simply did … Continue reading "Benefits of a solid solution green water treatment system"
A versatile broad-spectrum microbiocide, chlorine dioxide is well known for its effectiveness in controlling a host of microorganisms that grow in cooling water systems. Fungi, algae and bacteria flourish in conditions that don’t favor chlorine or other organic-based proprietary products. However, Verox-8, a concentrated solution of stabilized chlorine dioxide, is being used with favorable results … Continue reading "What Is the Verox-8 Cooling Water Treatment System?"
The main objective of wastewater treatment is to ensure safe and eco-friendly disposal of industrial effluents. Wastewater can be generally classified as a mixture of domestic sewage, industrial wastewater and surface water which makes its way into the sewers. The wastewater treatment process greatly depends on the standards set for the effluent quality before the … Continue reading "Wastewater Treatment Process – Environment friendly Effluent Disposal"
Much has been said about reducing the carbon footprint globally, and controversy still exists over the percentage of human contribution to the undeniable rise in carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere. What is certain is that carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have risen dramatically since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution, by at least … Continue reading "Reduce Carbon Footprint with Solid Water Treatment"
The average hospital has 160 beds, most of which are in use all of the time. This presents a great deal of opportunities for the creation of waste water in multiple ways. In L.A. county, CA, for example, there is an average of 319 gpd of waste water produced per bed on a daily basis. … Continue reading "Waste Water Treatment in Hospitals and Medical Facilities: Myths and Facts"
Recycling waste water for drinking: Are you ready for it? With the projected growth in world population, and the ever-rising demand for clean water, the demand for recycling waste water is gradually on the rise. While water on earth is already recycled in the sense that it goes through the planetary water cycle, the phrase … Continue reading "Jamestown Technologies May 2014 Blog Post Recycling waste water for drinking Are you ready for it"
Besides being a necessary resource to sustain life on earth, water, as we all know, is an excellent coolant. Not only is it abundantly available, but it is also less expensive. Compared to other substances, water can be handled easily without causing harm to anyone around it. Water is also known to carry larger amounts … Continue reading "How Cooling Water Treatment Can Reduce Cost in a Thermal Power Plant"
Use Oxygen Scavengers for Boiler Water Treatment There are many different types of boiler water treatment programs used today around the world to help aid with commercial, industrial and institutional facilities. Oxygen scavenger boiler water treatment schedules can be an essential part of your regular maintenance program to ensure effectiveness and extend the life of … Continue reading "Use Oxygen Scavengers for Boiler Water Treatment"