In this issue:
Case Study: Cleaning the Chesapeake
The Chesapeake Bay is one of the most important bodies of water in the world and is the largest estuary in the U.S. More than 20 WWTPs in the Chesapeake Bay watershed use the DE NORA TETRA® Denite® technology to solve nutrient removal needs. More
Q&A: How to weigh your options for Arsenic removal
Arsenic is among the most well-known, and most feared, drinking water contaminants. To understand the obstacles and how to best overcome them, De Nora spoke with Water Online to answer some of the most pressing questions on the subject.
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Best Practice: Effective maintenance of your capital equipment
An investment in drinking water and wastewater systems is undertaken to protect public health and the environment. However, given the recent economic climate, the decision to move ahead on a capital project is one that should not be taken lightly. Whether you are designing a new facility or upgrading an older site, any capital investment, should include the implementation of measures to protect that capital investment. The most effective way to protect an equipment purchase is to follow manufacturer-recommended maintenance and service procedures and schedules. Read more here