With New ZLD System, Bushmills Ethanol Expects to Shrink Water Usage

March 20th, 2014

reposted from West Central Tribune ATWATER – Bushmills Ethanol is helping lower the bar, and in this case, that’s a very good thing. The Atwater plant has joined the growing number of ethanol producers in the country reducing the water … Continue reading

U.S. Water Issued Third Patent for pHytOUT Deposit Control Technology

December 24th, 2013

St. Michael, MN (December, 2013) – U.S. Water announces the issuance of its third United States patent – covering the use of pHytOUT(R) – in ethanol production. A common problem for ethanol producers is the formation of scale forming deposits … Continue reading

Using Boiler Inspections To Diagnose Deficiencies Before They Cause Problems

October 30th, 2013

U.S. Water Services is always looking for new tools to make your facility’s boiler system more efficient. One of the tools is a U.S. Water Services boiler inspection. What is a boiler inspection you may ask? It is a thorough … Continue reading

Cooling Tower Toads Significantly Reduce Corrosion During Layup

October 18th, 2013

Every year the cooling system for an industrial plant providing comfort cooling was shut down and drained for the winter months. Historically, during this shut down period the cooling water piping and equipment would experience severe corrosion. During start-up of … Continue reading

Automation in Cooling Towers Reduces Water & Saves Hospital Thousands

September 3rd, 2013

With the State of California initiative to reduce water usage by 20% by the year 2020, many plants are focusing their responsibility to become a more environmentally friendly facility. One such facility included a large California PREMIER hospital seeking to … Continue reading

Reduce Operating Costs Using Industrial Cooling Tower Automation

July 30th, 2013

Efficiency, sustainability and conservation are all topics that must be considered in today’s business regardless of the industry. At the core of many businesses utility operations are cooling requirements that call for the use of a cooling tower. If allowed … Continue reading

Bacteria Prevention in High Purity Water Systems, Part 3

July 9th, 2013

In part 1 we learned about the different systems that can be affected. In part 2 we learned about the role system design can play in overall prevention. In part 3 we’ll be discussing sanitization, validation and sampling and monitoring. … Continue reading

Bacteria Prevention in High Purity Water System, Part 2

July 2nd, 2013

Continuing from part 1, Bacteria Prevention in High Purity Water Systems, we covered the importance of preventing bacteria as well as the types of systems that are affected. Read part 1 in its entirety. SYSTEM DESIGN & BACTERIA PREVENTION Identifying … Continue reading

Bacteria Prevention in High Purity Water System, Part 1

June 21st, 2013

Maintaining a consistent level of quality is the goal of any process and high purity water system is no exception. Industries such as biopharmaceutical, electronics, manufacturers, hospitals, laboratories, power generators and many others require ultrapure or deionized water in their … Continue reading

Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW): Don’t Miss Out On These Great Events!

June 3rd, 2013

In St. Louis, MO for its 29th year, U.S. Water is pleased to sponsor, present and exhibit at this year’s Fuel Ethanol Workshop (#FEW13). Our one night only annual event is scheduled for Monday, June 10th. Join U.S. Water from … Continue reading