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U.S. Water Receives California Game Changer Company of the Year Award - Nov 25, 2014
U.S. Water Services, Inc., the leading national provider of integrated solutions for water treatment, has received the California Game Changer Company of... read more
U.S. Water Launches New Non-Sorbitol Corn Oil Recovery Product Line for Biofuels - Nov 16, 2014
U.S. Water, a leading provider of integrated water and process solutions for industry, launched the first in what will be a series of products developed for... read more
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Working for A Solution to Discharge Limits
The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES) permit program seeks to reduce the amount of water pollution to surface waters. This is accomplished by regulating point sources such as pipes or man-made ditches that discharge pollutants into public waters. In the summer of 2005, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) began to issue increasingly stringent discharge regulations to ethanol plants throughout the state in response to federal guidelines. These new regulations included reduced maximum concentrations for iron discharged in the receiving water stream.View project
U.S. Water RO Membrane Cleaning Station Exceeds Expectations
When an ethanol plant in Texas, serviced by U.S. Water, started experiencing problems with their reverse osmosis (RO) system, conventional, on-site methods of cleaning failed and the reason soon became clear. When the city changed the flow of the water to accommodate the ethanol plant, it stirred up red clay that had settled in the distribution piping. The fine clay silt found its way to the ethanol plant RO system, fouling the membranes.View project
Overcoming Obstacles at Big River Resources
For Big River Resources (BRR) the decision to build an ethanol plant in Galva, IL created some unique challenges. Stringent environmental requirements, combined with permit issues made building a Zero Liquid Discharge (ZLD) facility the only viable option.View project