How Does Piping Design Affect Bacteria Growth in Water Systems? - Jan 1, 2016
Q&A with U.S. Water’s Project Manager, Jason Mitchell What is high purity water, and where is it used? High purity water, also referred to as... read more
Introducing U.S. Water’s New ScaleGone™ & ScaleGone™ CI for the Oil and Gas Industry - Dec 31, 2015
U.S. Water’s new ScaleGone™ and ScaleGone™ CI, slow release products provide long-lasting scale and corrosion protection for hydraulic fracturing... read more
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Non-Phosphorus Cooling Tower Treatment, PhosZero™, Provides Advanced Corrosion Protection
Phosphorus has long been recognized as the controlling factor in plant and algae growth for many lakes and streams. A minor increase in phosphorous can fuel substantial increases in both aquatic plant and algae growth which can have severe impacts on a community. Phosphorous can originate from municipal and industrial facilities that discharge water as well as runoff from agricultural areas that makes its way into local water sources. Restrictive phosphorus discharge limits are being enacted or proposed in many geographies of the U.S. where the receiving water streams are particularly sensitive to changes in phosphorus levels.View project
New State Water Discharge Permit Limitations Impact Saint John's University Central Plant Operations, U.S. Water's Comprehensive Water Treatment Program Meets New Permit Limitations
In compliance with their existing water discharge permit, Saint John’s University’s central plant discharged their boiler streams to an on campus wastewater treatment plant with the cooling tower blowdown discharged to a nearby lake. However, when the plant underwent the renewal of their water discharge permit, they faced new, tighter, discharge limits.View project
Water in a Box: U.S. Water Designs and Manufacturers a Self-Contained Water Treatment System
A methanol manufacturing facility in the Texas Panhandle needed a water treatment plant designed, manufactured, and installed during the construction phase of their operation. The equipment needed to satisfy rigorous water criteria, be modular for plug and play installation, meet Class I Div. II Explosion Proof requirements, and fit into two, customized 53-foot shipping containers.View project