U.S. Water Featured in November/December 2017 Edition of Water Technology Magazine

January 3rd, 2018

Just published! U.S. Water’s Joe Tirreno, VP of Strategic Sales, authored an article for the November/December 2017 edition of Water Technology magazine, titled Protecting Power Plant Equipment During Downtime. In his article, Joe discusses how protecting your power plant equipment during … Continue reading

Water Softener System Maintenance & Troubleshooting

December 21st, 2017

A water softener system is one of a facility’s the best methods of defense against scale formation due to hard water on heat transfer surfaces, such as heat exchangers and boilers. In addition to a savings in energy, water and … Continue reading

Integrated Offering Achieves High Recovery Rates and Low Discharge Rates at Food & Beverage Plant

December 20th, 2017

As a Midwestern food and beverage plant expanded, they found themselves outgrowing their previous water treatment footprint. While their production had significantly increased, their discharge permits did not. The Reverse Osmosis (RO) and Clean-in-Place (CIP) systems were approximately ten years … Continue reading

Boiler Automation Programs Ensure System Protection & Reliability

December 19th, 2017

Monitoring and controlling a boiler’s internal treatment program is one of the best ways to prevent system downtime and avoid major repair costs. Common equipment problems, such as corrosion, scale and deposition can result in over $60,000 in repair costs … Continue reading

U.S. Water Featured in November 2017 Edition of Food Engineering Magazine

December 12th, 2017

Just published! In the November 2017 edition of Food Engineering magazine, U.S. Water’s Brett Robinson, Strategic Business Leader – Food & Beverage, and Steve Tapper, Industry Consultant, discuss water conservation struggles and opportunities in the food and beverage industry. Read the … Continue reading

Learn from Our Industry Experts: FSMA Compliant Cooling Water Applications

November 30th, 2017

During this webinar, Jim Lukanich, U.S. Water’s Director of Allied Technology, discusses methods to utilize the limited chemistries available for microbiological control and asset preservation in the ethanol industry, including system monitoring, operational strategies and alternative considerations.  

Joan Foley Named Finance & Commerce’s 2017 Top Women in Finance

November 22nd, 2017

Joan Foley, U.S. Water’s Director of Accounting Services, has been selected as a honoree for Finance and Commerce newspaper’s 2017 Top Women in Finance. Each November, Finance and Commerce newspaper recognizes accomplished women from across Minnesota, for both their professional … Continue reading

U.S. Water Obtains Unanimous Jury Verdict that Novozymes Infringed U.S. Water Patents Relating to its pHytOUT® Technology

October 24th, 2017

Jury Also Finds that U.S. Water’s Patents are Valid St. Michael, MN (October 2017) – U.S. Water announces that last week, a federal jury in the Western District of Wisconsin delivered a unanimous verdict in favor of U.S. Water in … Continue reading

U.S. Water Expands its Integrated Offerings and Applications with Acquisition

September 8th, 2017

St. Michael, Minnesota – U.S. Water, an ALLETE Company (NYSE: ALE), announces the acquisition of Tonka Water. Tonka Water, a major supplier of municipal and industrial water treatment systems, has joined the U.S. Water family. The acquisition of Tonka Water … Continue reading

FAQ: The CMS Policy Memorandum and its Impact on a Healthcare Provider’s Water Management Program

July 21st, 2017

On June 2, 2017, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) issued a policy memorandum regarding the “Requirement to Reduce Legionella Risk in Healthcare Facility Water Systems to Prevent Cases and Outbreaks of Legionnaire’s Disease (LD).” On June 9th, … Continue reading