November 2015

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HP Water Management: Phosphorus elimination in cooling tower treatment program

A heightened focus on environmental sustainability is apparent in today’s industry, and for a good reason.

Mowbray, M., U.S. Water Services Inc.

A heightened focus on environmental sustainability is apparent in today’s industry, and for a good reason. Gone are the days of opening up valves to discharge unregulated waste streams to the environment. As time has progressed, industry has seen the impact of heightened scrutiny of the public and regulatory bodies. Strong trends have emerged in protecting natural resources from excessive usage and preserving their quality. Companies, and now even municipalities, are being subjected to thorough review and comment periods to justify a facility’s proposed discharge rates and water composition. In the realm of water treatment, one area that has historically come up during the environmental rev

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