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U.S. Water Launches New Ethanol Final Filter to Improve Final Fuel Quality in Biofuels Production - Sep 9, 2014
St. Michael, Minnesota – U.S. Water Services, Inc, the leading national provider of integrated solutions for water treatment, introduces the new U.S.... read more
Trends in Industrial Wastewater Treatment - Aug 20, 2014
U.S. Water’s Technical Manager, Gary Engstrom provided insight into wastewater trends for Flow Control Magazine. The article, written by Matt Migliore,... read more
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Integrated Water Treatment
One of the most overlooked, yet costly issues facing many plants today is the presence of an ineffective water treatment system. This can often become a financial burden. A midwestern food processing company was experiencing problems with their water system. Facing continued expenditures, the company decided to have U.S. Water design an integrated water treatment solution for their old system.View project
Cooling Tower Toad Significantly Reduces Corrosion During LayUp
Every year the cooling system for an industrial plant providing comfort cooling was shut down and frained for the winter months. Historically, during this shut down period the cooling water piping and equipment would experience severe corrosion. During start-up of the cooling system the next spring, iron flakes would peel off the piping plugging strainers and heat transfer equipment. This would interfere with the efficiency of the production process and cause an increase in maintenance.View project
Water Treatment Plant Built to Draw on Multiple Water Sources
When an ethanol plant in Minnesota was built, they made an agreement with the state DNR. They would monitor local wells, and if the aquifer level dropped enough to impact local land owners, they would build a sophisticated water treatment system that would allow them to use multiple wells.View project