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Reliable Ammonium and Nitrate Measurements from Online ISE Sensors

Water Resource Recovery Facilities (WRRF) rely on their instrumentation for keeping their facilities in compliance and running at optimum levels. Processes that have historically been labor-intensive and time-consuming have, in recent years, become more and more automated with the technological advancements and one such advancement is the use of ion selective electrodes (ISE) as part of an online monitoring and control system. Read the Full Story

Which Water Quality Handheld Instrument Do I Need? | We Have the Answer

It has been said that “all good things eventually come to an end” and with the current list of product discontinuations and the upcoming discontinuation of the remainder of some of most popular handhelds, the “classics” if you will, we believe that this “end” comes a great beginning. Everyone deserves the latest and greatest in sampling technology, and that is exactly what these Professional Series replacements give... Read the Full Story

Water Reclamation Facility Meets Discharge Limits for Total Inorganic Nitrogen

The Delaware County (Ohio) Regional Sewer District faces unique environmental challenges that have resulted in a fairly decentralized approach to wastewater treatment and effluent disposal. After years of significant population growth and increases in daily flows, two of the treatment facilities’ discharge permits were modified by the OEPA, requiring a new limit of... Read the Full Story
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