Solutions + Features
Sustainable remediation is a holistic approach to achieving site objectives, preserving natural resources, economic viability, and enhanced quality of life.
Design-Build for Expediting Project Schedules
New permit requirements, court orders, and other critical schedule drivers often require companies to complete complex projects in a short amount of time. When schedules are tight and the pressure is on, choosing a design-build approach for project completion can make all the difference.
Steps Toward a Lighter Water Footprint
Sustainability is a hot topic for companies and water usage/discharge is an important component to overall sustainable operations. For many facility and operations managers, an emerging term to keep in mind is water footprint.
Microconstituents—Staying Ahead of the Game
There are 2.5 million chemical compounds in existence; new and refined analytical testing procedures—capable of measuring in nanograms and parts per quadrillion—are enabling the detection of these "microconstituents." Understanding the presence and implications of them is important for managing health risks and liability, and for protecting brand reputation.
Environmental Management Systems
Competing successfully in the increasingly complex marketplace requires an understanding of the interdependent dimensions of the environmental, social, and economic landscape, and being equipped to deal with the increasing rate at which change occurs. For many organizations, developing an EMS is often the catalyst for new ways of thinking about sustainability performance.
Global Approaches to Soil Protection and Revitalization
Two European and U.S. initiatives are aimed at creating new policies and guidance for soil cleanup, protection, and land revitalization. While the European Union is focused on a comprehensive soil protection strategy for all member countries, the United States is providing an guidance on promoting land revitalization.
Odor-Eating Microbes Improve Air Quality
Odor from wastewater treatment plants is an everyday challenge for utilities. Although odor-eating microbes for air quality control is not a new technology, the rate at which these bugs—thiobacillus—work their magic is.
Relationships Key to Design-Build Projects for Industry
When developing environmental facilities and treatment systems, improving proprietary processes, and implementing one-of-a-kind projects, the design-build approach provides substantial advantages in the delivery of industrial facilities.
Process Modeling Simulates Wastewater Treatment System Behavior
Process models are essential tools for understanding wastewater treatment system behavior. Wastewater process simulators can provide insights for plant upgrades, new plant designs, and improved operational controls.
Membrane Technology Advances Wastewater Treatment and Water Reuse
Recent technological breakthroughs in wastewater treatment and reclamation for water reuse include membranes, which have emerged as a significant innovation for treatment and reclamation, as well as a leading process in the upgrade and expansion of wastewater treatment plants.