Water Treatment Case Studies

Sharing our technical knowledge with water treatment specialists

The purpose of our water treatment case studies is to share findings and expertise with other water treatment specialists for increased transparency and knowledge across the industry. Our studies cover various topics surrounding both the industrial and municipal water treatment markets.

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Controlling Rainwater Sediment at a Surface Coal MineThis client is a surface coal mine in the southwestern US. The facility was having logistics challenges with their current chemical supplier, and this was hampering the efficiency of their operation. We were invited to discuss solving the logistics problems, but to also address the potential for improving the overall water treatment program using better chemistry.
Lowering FOG and TSS at a Frozen Foods ProducerThis facility is a very large food company on the east coast that specializes in various pre-packaged and frozen foods. The plant was experiencing challenges with their wastewater handling process, so we was brought in to help address a recent reconfiguration of their system, and assist the plant operators with continuing education.
Optimizing Clarifier Operation at a Drinking Water PlantOn a referral from a nearby water plant, we were asked to help optimize the clarifier operation at a 2MGD conventional plant using very old clarifiers. They were currently using an alum/copper sulfate blend and dosing a polyacrylamide flocculant separately.
Solids Settling at a Food PlantA regional juice manufacturing plant met with our Water Treatment Specialists to discuss challenges they were experiencing with their wastewater system.
Successful Conversion to Liquid Coagulants in Municipal Drinking WaterA current municipal client reached out to see if we could help them transition from a dry chemical system to a new liquid coagulant. They were ready to simplify their process and get away from using dry products with feed equipment requiring costly maintenance and related downtime.
Successful Phosphorus Removal at a Wastewater PlantThe removal of phosphorus from domestic wastewater is primarily to reduce the potential for eutrophication in receiving waters and is mandated and common in many geographies. Depending on the local restrictions, influent loading and water conditions, this can become very challenging.
Scale Inhibitors and Nouryon PolymersOur Water Treatment Team presents the challenges often faced when using scale inhibitors in water treatment applications, as well as helping solve logistic and economic challenges in sourcing these products. Our technical experts discuss various types of products available for scale inhibition and the new LumaTreat™ active tagged polymers from Nouryon.
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Our Water Treatment team develop content for you on new trends in the market, updated guides for helpful tips, and information about different techniques and products and various topics. We provide these resources in order to spread knowledge around the water treatment industry to help water treatment specialists around the world. As a leader in water treatment, it is our duty to educate and provide useful information to help others in this field.

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We offer products for the industrial and municipal water treatment markets covering these product categories: biocides, corrosion inhibitors, defoamers, filteration media, flocculants, heavy metal removal, inorganic coagulants, NSF certified products, nutrient blends, odor control, sodium and potassium permanganates, pH adjusters, and scale inhibitors.

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