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(Filtration and Separation Products)
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In the Fall of 2005, Siemens Water Technologies (formerly USFilter) provided a turnkey treatment system to the Town of Millsboro, Delaware to remove TCE (Trichloroethylene) from their well water. The... (View Full Article)
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Siemens Water Technologies worked with an east coast aerospace manufacturer to provide a solution to the perchlorate contamination affecting their facility's drinking water supply for on-site... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Sensors)
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The customer had recorded arsenic levels of 16 ppb in their groundwater supply. This was naturally occurring arsenic due to local geology. In January 2006, the EPA implemented a new Maximum... (View Full Article)
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In 1998, the city of Vallejo, CA built a 1 million-gallon-per-day (mgd) Green Valley Water Treatment Plant in order to comply with the Safe Drinking Water Act. The original design for the upgrade... (View Full Article)
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The Lincoln Avenue Water Company needed a treatment system for the removal of perchlorate from their primary wells. The company provides 2,000 gpm of drinking water to the community of Altadena,... (View Full Article)
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California Water Service Company had recently acquired another water company who was responsible for this community drinking water system. The community has approximately 100 connections and is... (View Full Article)
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The Searcy Water Treatment Plant in Arkansas serves approximately 50,000 people, processing 15 million gallons of water each day. The low alkalinity/buffering ability of the raw river water... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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This municipality disinfects 1-1.5 million gallons per day of drinking water, and is currently transitioning from a small system serving <10,000 people to a large system serving >10,000 people.... (View Full Article)
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In June 2002, The CIty of Fresno, CA was forced to seek a solution to return previously contaminated and closed drinking well sites online in order to answer it's population increases and possible... (View Full Article)
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The developers of the Diablo Grande Winery and Resort required a temporary potable water treatment system while a five million dollar drinking water plant was being constructed. The schedule for the... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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Timing is everything when it comes to a scheduled plant outage. But sometimes even the best plans are derailed when a piece of water treatment equipment fails. That's what happened at a Midwest... (View Full Article)
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Piney Point is the site of an inactive fertilizer facility, which following a bankruptcy filing by the parent company in 2001, was taken over by the State of Florida to oversee closure. Heavy rainfall... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Sensors)
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Like many communities in the desert southwest, Phoenix, Arizona's water supply includes wells with arsenic concentrations exceeding 10 ppb.Long before the USEPA revised the arsenic rule from 50 parts... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Services)
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In 2003, Siemens Water Technologies was awarded a contract to provide design, installation and off-site recovery for a chromate contaminated groundwater supply in Odessa, Texas. The site was the... (View Full Article)
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In May 2003, Siemens Water Technologies, formerly USFilter, initiated a capital purchase and 3-year renewable service contract with the City of Colby, Kansas. City of Colby, Kansas needed to treat... (View Full Article)
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In response to population increases and summer drought conditions experienced in the municipalities surrounding Los Angeles, the West Valley Water District was forced to search for additional water... (View Full Article)
(Metals and Alloys)
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Coal ash is a waste product of coal combustion used for electrical power generation. Fly ash (from smoke stacks) and bottom ash (from boilers and combustion chambers) may contain trace metals... (View Full Article)
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This client operates a groundwater treatment facility at a Super Fund site where groundwater is pumped to a VOC stripper for the removal of TCE which is then re-injected into the aquifer. High... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The specification for the treated water from the treatment plants was designed to meet existing guidelines and anticipate future drinking water regulations. Penalties are imposed for excursions from... (View Full Article)
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The City of Lafayette is nestled in the rolling hills of Coloradoâ s Front Range in southeast Boulder County, just 18 miles north of Denver and 10 miles east of Boulder. Drinking water for the... (View Full Article)
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In July 2005, Siemens Water Technologies was contracted by the Harvard Ridge Condominimum Association located in Boxborough, Massachusetts to provide a treatment solution for their perchlorate... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The North Clackamas County Water Commission (NCCWC) is made up of the Sunrise Water Authority, Oak Lodge Water District and the City of Gladstone. The Commission owns and operates a 10 mgd slow sand... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The Ameren Coffeen Power Station in Coffeen, Illinois needed to replace its aging water treatment system, but wanted one that could handle turbidity spikes and total organic carbon (TOC), silica and... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The city was approaching a lack of potable water for the city's 19,000 residents for a two-month period. Several factors led to this potential crisis for the city including: The customer selected... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Equipment)
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The River Mountain Water Treatment Facility (WTF) is one of two plants that provide drinking water to the Las Vegas Valley and is situated a quarter-mile from a residential neighborhood in the city of... (View Full Article)
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In 2005, Siemens Water Technologies, formerly USFilter, received an award from a Massachusetts municipal water supplier to provide the first, full-scale perchlorate removal ion exchange system to be... (View Full Article)
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A Midwest steel mill had been using well water containing iron and manganese for their plant cooling and drinking water system. Without removal of the contaminants significant fouling in the cooling... (View Full Article)
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In 2001, the Slinger Village Board wanted to provide their citizens with better drinking water by installing an iron removal plant to remove the 1.6 parts per million (ppm) of iron in its well water... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Sensors)
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In January 2006, The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reduced the Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) for arsenic presence in drinking water from 50 ppb to 10 ppb. The Pinckney School District sought... (View Full Article)
(Environmental Sensors)
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In April 2006, Siemens Water Technologies was contacted by the Bucks County Water Authority in Solebury, PA to provide assistance in treating arsenic contaminated drinking water. New federal... (View Full Article)
(Process Controllers)
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Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas is the second school in NCAA history to host the NCAA Division I Men and Womenâ s Swimming and Diving Championships in successive weeks during... (View Full Article)
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Zehnders Splash Valley is a 30,000 sq ft indoor water park with a whirlpool, activity pool, lazy river with plunge, children's pool, and spray pad. The park opened this past summer in Frankenmuth,... (View Full Article)
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This municipality disinfects 33 million gallons per day of drinking water. Chlorine gas was used as the primary disinfectant for the raw water entering the plant. Free chlorine is known to react with... (View Full Article)
(Process Controllers)
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Zionsville Community High School in Zionsville, Ind., installed a controller for each of its two indoor swimming pools. The controllers could not adequately regulate the parts per million (PPM) and... (View Full Article)
(Process Controllers)
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For many years, property owners of Geneva National Resort in Lake Geneva, Wis., found it difficult to enjoy the outdoor pools at the gated community's Swim & Racquet Club. Poor water chemistry control... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The Sheboygan Water Treatment Plant in Sheboygan, Wis. uses conventional unit treatment processes (i.e. coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, and gravity media filtration) to treat surface water... (View Full Article)
(Metals and Alloys)
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A Southeastern U.S. municipality treats over 100 million gallons per day of municipal and industrial wastewater at several facilities throughout its collection system. Countless complaints were made... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The Olivehurst development was ready for home construction but the existing municipality did not have adequate capacity to supply the development.Plans were in place to build a full scale treatment... (View Full Article)
(Process Controllers)
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Two new U.S. Federal regulations went into effect in 2009 that directly impact drinking water utilities that use chemical disinfection. Specifically, the Ground Water Rule and the EPA Method 334.0 are... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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The 1.8 MGD Greenwood Water Treatment Plant was built in 1964 and upgraded in 1992. The facility provides drinking water to a population of more than 7,000 and, like many small towns, Greenwood has... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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This municipality disinfects between 12 and 36 million gallons per day of drinking water. The plant experienced taste and odor complaints at a rate of well over 100 per day. Chlorine gas was used as... (View Full Article)
(Filtration and Separation Products)
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In June 2002, Siemens Water Technologies commenced a two-year contract with a major manufacturer in the aerospace industry for the remediation of perchlorate. This client repairs and reloads solid... (View Full Article)

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