A better, faster method for monitoring organic carbon concentration and composition in drinking water

The primary role of a drinking water treatment plant is to provide clean, safe drinking water for consumers. Dissolved organic carbon levels are monitored and disinfectant chemicals are routinely added in order to remove organic...

Meeting contemporary industry challenges

Water companies are under immense pressure to do more with less, improving the quality and quantity of the water they supply – without passing the cost onto their customers. In fact, the expectation is...

Meeting water quality standards – the role of turbidimeters

In the UK, all drinking water must be safe and have the trust of consumers. An integral part of this is to ensure tap water meets strict standards laid out in the EU drinking...

Introducing Sitebox!

Introducing SiteBox, the industry’s first full monitoring and control system, in a box. SiteBox is ATi’s brand-new approach to water quality monitoring systems. This smart alternative to traditional instrumentation panels is a complete water quality...

Bringing Power into smart and real time monitoring

Referring to the world economic forum, water crises are one of the TOP 5 global risks for the next decade. Therefore, two entrepreneurs founded the company Pydro in 2016, to make an impact in...

Which SMART are you?

Water Industry Journal speaks to Dr Mike Strahand, Analytical Technology’s Managing Director Europe, about the unique challenges facing water companies and how the industry can achieve truly smart and intelligent distribution network systems. The water...

Reducing the risk of discoloured water by modelling DMA flushing

Twenty years ago management of water distribution systems moved from major ‘Section 19’ rehabilitation programmes to a more business as usual By Mark Randall-Smith, WSP The scope of DOMS extends from the water treatment works outlet...

Pioneering innovative water treatment technologies at Mayflower Water Treatment Works

By C.Rockey and D.Metcalfe, South West Water, U.K. Summary South West Water (SWW) is nearing the completion of an exciting project to provide consumers with a state-of-the-art drinking water production facility. The pioneering Mayflower facility will...

The future of turbidity measurement in distribution networks is bright

Solving the Water Industry’s challenges through innovation is vital if the water industry is to achieve OFWAT’s tough targets to improve the quality of drinking water and reduce the number of customer complaints. As the...

Making it easier to monitor the raw water composition and guarantee drinking water quality...

Swan has been developing and manufacturing process analytical instruments for monitoring water quality since 1991. Based in Switzerland, Swan sets the standard for the control of many water quality parameters. Precision, reliability and excellence...
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