YSI and Sanitaire hosted a webinar recently titled ‘Case Study - Enhanced Performance & Reduced Operating Cost With Online Process Monitoring and Automated Control’ and part of our Water Resource Recovery Facility Webinar Series.
The tiny town of Bokoshe, Okla., population 500, has had enough of the pollution that residents blame on power plants and fracking waste. Now, these citizens have filed a class-action suit against the companies they think are responsible.
Meeting wastewater treatment objectives and staying within budget requires careful control of the process. At a conventional activated sludge (CAS) facility in Wisconsin, a full scale WWTP demonstration of Sanitaire's OSCAR™ process performance optimizer and YSI's IQ SensorNet process monitoring system demonstrated a substantial savings in operating costs while maintaining treatment performance.
Join YSI and Sanitaire application experts for a 1 hour live webinar presentation on September 17th at 1:30 EDT to learn more about this project. The webinar will provide details about the system design and operation, as well as the implementation of the monitoring and control system including setpoints, sensor location, and other critical control parameters.
Find out how a 10% savings in energy cost and a projected annual savings of almost $75,000 were achieved with dissolved oxygen (DO) monitoring and aeration control and orthophosphate monitoring and chemical dosing control.
A $4.6 million project in Lake City is planned to reduce nitrogen pollution in the Ichetucknee River by converting a large area of the spray fields for the city’s wastewater treatment plant into artificial wetlands.
As Fracking Booms, Growing Concerns About Wastewater Yale Environment 360 The wastewater is then piped to treatment plants, where it is cleaned up and discharged into streams; trucked to Ohio and pumped deep down injection wells; or reused in other...
The amount of released wastewater from oil and gas drilling sites being tracked in Colorado increased again, after floodwaters inundated one of the most densely drilled regions in the United States last month.
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