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Water Treatment
Water Treatment

Water treatment is the process of removing impurities that could compromise the quality of water. The processes employed would depend on the point of use, which may be for drinking, utility, industrial, and irrigation.

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Mark Hudd
SEO Creative Content Marketer | Former Water Operator

Treating Brewery Wastewater with Advanced Membrane Filtration

What are your biggest concerns about water use in breweries?

Many brewery operators encounter issues securing a steady supply of high-quality water and disposing of the environmentally hazardous wastewater generated from production.

Brewery wastewater, which can account for 70% of... (More)

Reverse osmosis should generally be able to remove extracellular microcystin and cylindrospermopsin. However, it is recommended to conduct site specific tests since removal efficiency depends on the membrane and the raw water source and quality. 

Mark Hudd
SEO Creative Content Marketer | Former Water Operator

Preventing Biofouling on Ion Exchange Resins

How do you avoid biofouling on your ion exchange resins?

In water softening applications, ion exchange resins are put through extreme variations in pH during the regeneration process that normally inhibits biofouling. Most problems with biofouling occur because of improper... (More)

Mark Hudd
SEO Creative Content Marketer | Former Water Operator

Effects of Mining on Water

How is water used in mining, and what are the effects of mining on water?

Mining operations often use huge quantities of water for mineral processing, slurry transport, dust control, and human consumption. The water may come from nearby surface... (More)