In this expert guide the industrial water specialists at Water Treatment Services take a look at the use of side stream filtration techniques in closed heating and cooling water systems to manage the problems caused by the presence and build-up of suspended solids and sludge inside a closed system.
In this expert guide the water reuse and resource management specialists at Water Treatment Services look at the increasing importance of greywater recycling and how this approach can be used to reduce costs, save water and limit our impact on the environment.
The guide looks at the environmental benefits of greywater reuse and recycling, how it works, the cost and other advantages to be gained, and in particular the use of membrane bioreactor technologies.
In this expert guide the water purification specialists at Water Treatment Services take a look at the use of seawater desalination processes, how they can be used to counter water scarcity by creating drinking water, what’s involved and some of the wider issues that need to be considered before investing in a processing plant.
The guide looks at the technologies involved including distillation, reverse osmosis, the use of RO membranes, forward osmosis and low temperature techniques. It goes on to review the practical stages involved in the desalination process, the costs involved and the potential environmental impact.
In this expert guide the specialists at Water Treatment Services take an in-depth look at the construction and on-going management of borehole water wells and private water supplies for commercial, industrial and domestic purposes. The guide reviews the things you need to consider before you start drilling; together with the consent process, licensing and registration. It goes on to examine the regulations dealing with private water supplies, and the need for water quality testing and effective borehole water treatment and disinfection processes.
In this expert guide the industrial wastewater specialists at Water Treatment Services take a detailed look at issues associated with the treatment of trade effluent and management of liquid waste in commercial, industrial and process environments.
Total Aerobic Colony Counts, commonly abbreviated using the acronym TACC, is one of the most misunderstood aspects of water quality analysis and microbiological testing. Partly it’s because microbiologists and water management professionals are so accustomed to using jargon that it becomes second nature, and they don’t realise that the terms they are using baffles and confuses the layman. Then when they’re asked to explain Total Aerobic Colony Counts in words of one syllable, they get all tied up in complicated scientific knots, and are unable to articulate simply what they are talking about.
Learn more about water boreholes and how having access to your own private water supply can bring lots of benefits to both private home owners and businesses alike.
In this expert guide the pool specialists at Water Treatment Services take a brief look at swimming pool water treatment techniques including how to maintain pool water balance, the importance of biocides, controlling algae and the role of filtration.