A constructed wetlands property in Florida is transformed into a public park to tell the story of the cycle of water amidst the breathtaking beauty of nature.
For wine enthusiasts worldwide, it'll take more than a global pandemic to keep them from their favorite alcoholic beverage — much to the relief of resourceful winemakers everywhere.
Art meets utilities at the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Virginia as artist sTo Len brings engagement and awareness to an important new wastewater treatment project.
The FDA eases concerns about PFAS, but health experts beg to differ. Could new legislation finally address these "forever chemicals"?
It's taken 20 years, but continuous manufacturing practices are being adopted by API producers industry-wide despite persisting challenges.
The DOE and the private sector join together to advance nuclear technology and ensure a carbon-free future.
As water treatment plants age, so do their methods of project delivery. With sustainability under pressure, alternative methods must be explored.
Nuclear experts must work together to provide continuous power while the world fights the pandemic. Helping them stay connected are digital tools that can be adapted and customized.
Humankind invented the concept of waste by producing materials that nature cannot reuse. High-quality filtration is helping make possible the innovative repurposing that seeks to repair the circular material supply chain.
New studies addressing the positive and negative impact of fluoridated water on public health raises questions of efficacy and ethics.
Environmentally conscious practices can help promote products to like-minded consumers, but can it work for beer brewed with treated wastewater?
Through tragedy and wonder, Japan's nuclear program has provided the international community with tales of caution and consolation.
Advanced nuclear technologies will play a vital role in achieving a zero-carbon U.S. economy. Could it also be crucial for a post-pandemic economic recovery?
Extreme environmental conditions challenge aging wastewater treatment systems, causing sewer overflows that could lead to the spread of waterborne diseases and possibly COVID-19.
Increased global demand in the power generation markets means shifting water treatment markets. To keep things turning cost-effectively, ion exchange technology plays an important role.
The recent pandemic has taken a heavy toll on the food and beverage industries. Could it also be helping? Still winemakers may be learning that it is.
Supply chain pressures are showing up in another important industry and forcing deep considerations about how drug manufacturers can address global needs when a critical link is broken.
Covid-19 has wreaked havoc on many an industry, but for semiconductor companies its effect on the supply chain may forever change operation models.
Covid-19 creates a domino effect in terms of its impact on our lives, right down to the quality of the water we drink. However, sometimes the path it follows is one we might never have predicted.
Craft breweries are suffering as shelter-in-place mandates due to coronavirus cause on-premise business to vanish. Fortunately, customers still want beer, forcing brewers to find creative ways to get it into their hands.
ALARA regulations increase process expense and continue to raise a number of questions, but they remain the gold standard for decreasing exposure to harmful radiation.
Covid-19 continues to impact our lives, but thanks to effective water and wastewater filtration by the U.S. water utilities industry, your tap water is still safe for washing and drinking.
As interest in improving efficiency in the production of mAb products refocuses to downstream filtration, drugmakers seek innovations that will help increase capacity and concentrations.
In an industrial climate transformed by environmental regulation, energy suppliers are forced to innovate within the values of a new generation of consumers.
The cannabis market is growing exponentially, but so is the waste it produces. Can it be sustainably controlled and profitably repurposed?
Pressure to transition into 100% carbon-free energy gathers steam, and states like Arizona are taking bold steps to get clean by pumping resources into nuclear.
Blue energy uses the osmotic relationship between freshwater and seawater to generate an electrochemical charge. Could its ability to generate renewable power for wastewater treatment plants have global implications?
The fashion industry is the second largest polluter on the planet, and it's only getting worse. Until sustainable textiles are the norm, effective wastewater filtration is vital.
Drug company wastewater is contaminating rivers and streams, affecting the surrounding wildlife. Could cost-saving filtration systems be the answer?
The Minamata Convention continues to work towards removing mercury-added products from the environment. Until that day comes, proper filtration is vital to keeping us safe.
Fracking is at an all-time high, which means new solutions for the disposal of produced water are increasingly being sought — with a focus on reusage.
California's ban on natural gas in new homes ignores actual impact on carbon emissions reduction and could mean noxious tax hikes.
The United States government works to accelerate innovation in nuclear technology as the race to carbon-free energy comes to a boil.
Soft drinks manufacturers have been getting some bad press, lately. For one company, the negative spin signals a healthy opportunity.
Leading scientists say we must decarbonize the world's economy by mid-century to avert a global climate catastrophe. Should nuclear power be a part of the solution?
A common type of aquatic plant is teaching scientists how to better cope with waterborne fungi and bacteria. Could these studies eventually inform industrial wastewater treatments and filtration applications?
Legionella Pneumophila is back in the news, and despite insufficient regulations there are a number of ways to prevent and treat contamination with proper filtration in both water distribution and redistribution systems.
Arsenic contamination is back in the news and continues to be a concern for many regions across the globe. Treatments vary, and we break down what you need to know about bringing contamination levels down to legal limits.
Increase in demand for specialty paper products has resulted in a much needed boost for the paper and pulp industry. Processing all that new paper stock will require large quantities of disposable filter cartridges.
FDA regulations threaten to drive all manufacturing phases of clinical drugs outside the manufacturer's home country. Could this mean important steps such as the filtration of reaction by-products such as color bodies and metals might be compromised?
Private drinking wells can become contaminated with heavy metals like arsenic, making them poisonous for the homes and small communities that need them. Graver's MetSorb® adsorbent products are specifically engineered for heavy metal contaminant removal for not just household drinking water, but also process water and aqueous streams.
As the craft beer industry continues to boom, the myth that filtration in the beer-making process removes flavor continues to refine. Select and proper filtration is essential to not only producing a safe beer, it's also critical to producing the style of beer you want.
Referred by one manufacturer as "the biggest financial opportunity in the United States since prohibition", the Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil industry is projected to reach $22 billion by the year 2022. The role filtration plays is to ensure that what comes to market is produced utilizing credible components and support in the purification process.
The Sugar Hill Project was designed to bring modern, affordable housing to Harlem's poor. Unfortunately, it also brought them a waterborne illness that could have been prevented with proper cooling tower filtration. Graver's cartridge filters are a cost-efficient solution for when depositions turn dangerous.
SCEPTER® technology is a clear cost-effective option for wineries, breweries and wherever a durable and robust structure is required for operating conditions that would normally damage or destroy polymeric or ceramic membranes.
As the earth’s climate continues to heat up, debates on how to protect the environment grow similarly heated. While many technological options are being considered, one option dating back several decades may be the answer to this new problem: deep well injection.