The Splash

Introducing U.S. Water’s New ScaleGone & ScaleGone CI for the Oil and Gas Industry

U.S. Water's new ScaleGone™ and ScaleGone™ CI, slow release products provide long-lasting scale and corrosion protection for hydraulic fracturing fluids and producing wells. Our ScaleGone products can prevent deposition in the wellbore area and the tubing, just as powerfully as they do at the formation face, to prevent scale and costly production problems for up to several years (depending on loading). [...]

Simplifying Reverse Osmosis Operations with U.S. Water’s SMART Care for Membranes

Membrane systems provide significant value to operations by lowering cost of additional water treatment, saving energy in utility operations, or meeting various purity needs for process applications. Membrane systems' impurity removal is further defined by application need and the membrane technology being utilized. Micro filtration (MF) and Ultrafiltration (UF) will effectively remove most suspended solids and [...]

U.S. Water Expands National Territory and Strengthens Presence in Southeastern United States with Acquisition

A and W Technologies, a strong regional company in the Southeastern United States, provides specialty chemicals and engineering service for water treatment in data centers, light industrial, institutional and food industries. Located in Georgia and servicing the Southeastern United States, the company has nearly two decades of experience in helping customers reduce operating costs related to water and energy usage. [...]

Cooling System Lay-Up

Protecting your system during the winter season with the right layup program will significantly reduce the amount of chip scale that will loosen up in the spring, prevent corrosion and iron-throw, and greatly extend the life of your equipment. U.S. Water offers four products that can be used for cooling lay-up; Protect 649, CTL-440, TOWERCLEAN 819 and Tower Toads . Each chemical has a best fit, and each [...]

Ethanol Final Filter: Proven to Enhance Final Ethanol Quality

U.S. Water's industry leading Ethanol Final Filter is proven to enhance final product quality by removing both existent and potential sulfate. In addition to sulfate removal, the Ethanol Final Filter simultaneously addresses issues of color, turbidity, acidity, pHe, chloride and iron. This unique, cost-conscious solution can be used as a mobile unit to bring off-spec ethanol back in alignment with fuel standards, [...]

U.S. Water Establishes Treatment Program for the University of Texas at Austin’s Reclaimed Water Cooling System

The University of Texas at Austin power plants provide heating and air conditioning for two hundred buildings totaling over one-hundred million cubic feet of air space in offices, lecture halls, classrooms, laboratories, kitchens, cafeterias, and dormitories. The air conditioning is derived from six miles of underground chilled water loops. Texas has been under moderate to severe drought conditions. The [...]

GHS Implementation Update

In our spring newsletter, we introduced you to the new Global Harmonization System (GHS). GHS is an international approach to standardized hazard communication through a single set of hazard ratings, product labels, and Safety Data Sheets (SDS). In June 2015, all United States chemical manufacturers adopted this new standardized classification and labeling system. Customers have until June 1, 2016 to have all products [...]

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 phosphorus can fuel substantial increases in both aquatic plant and algae growth which can have severe impacts on a community. Phosphorus can originate from municipal and industrial facilities that discharge water as well as runoff from agricultural areas that makes its way into local [...]

Legionella Prevention: New York Takes Unprecedented Steps to Battle Legionnaires’ Disease

The recent regulations put forth by the State of New York  and New York City  will incorporate extraordinary measures for cooling tower disinfection, bacteria testing, increased inspections and operational management of cooling water systems. Water Treatment and Tower Maintenance Properly maintained cooling towers and evaporative condensers should have a comprehensive water treatment and [...]

ANSI/ASHRAE 188-2015: Minimizing the Risk Associated with Legionella

Introduction In June of 2015, the ASHRAE standards committee approved the final draft of Standard 188, Legionellosis: Risk Management for Building Water Systems. This document establishes the minimum requirements for the development, implementation and ongoing maintenance of a legionella risk management program in new and existing buildings. The Standard is a culmination of several years of work by experts in [...]

U.S. Water Launches Revolutionary Breakthrough in Sustainable & Cost-Saving Cooling Water Treatment

U.S. Water has launched PhosZero™ with E-FeX™ Technology, a breakthrough in sustainable chemistry for cooling water treatment. U.S. Water's latest generation of PhosZero contains E-FeX Technology, a synergistic blend of ingredients that replaces the most common uses of phosphorus in cooling water applications. The PhosZero family of cooling water treatment products are designed to provide both [...]

U.S. Water Presents at the Fuel Ethanol Workshop

U.S. Water Services, Inc., the leading national provider of integrated solutions for water treatment, gave three educational presentations and continued the roll out of their Ethanol Final Filter at last month's Fuel Ethanol Workshop (FEW) in Minneapolis, MN. As part of FEW's Conference Track Presentations, U.S. Water presented on two hot topics in the ethanol industry – the Food Safety [...]