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05/24/2017

Dewatering CCRs with simplicity and effectiveness

One of the best outcomes of the final EPA rule on coal ash was its inclusion under Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), regulating CCRs as non-hazardous solid waste. Had the agency chosen to regulate CCRs under the more stringent protections of Subtitle C, labeling CCRs as hazardous waste, the coal-fired electrical power industry would have met a serious setback, losing the ability to cut down on solid waste by recycling CCRs.

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05/18/2017

Passive Treatment of Turbid Water Utilizing a Dual Product System with Segmented Socks In Corrugated Pipe

In our blog post titled “Construction Site Runoff? You have options!,” we introduced HaloKlear Floc Socks. HaloKlear Floc Socks from Dober are sturdy, connected, fabric pouches containing an all-natural flocculant that dissolves slowly as moving water passes over them, creating dense flocs – with great shear strength and low water content – that settle out quickly. Solids are efficiently removed from the water, allowing your crew to focus on their work – instead of on dirty water. In addition, the HaloKlear Floc Socks are extremely flexible, and can be used in active, passive, and semi-passive treatment environments.

 

This post will outline HaloKlear Floc Sock use for Passive Treatment of Turbid Water Utilizing a Dual Product System with Segmented Socks In Corrugated Pipe.

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05/16/2017

Dober is the only GE approved locomotive coolant

Dober, the leading provider of coolant additives, is proud to announce that it has remained the only approved supplier of coolant additive for GE Transportation, the fourth year running.

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05/16/2017

GET RID OF CLUTTER IN YOUR MECHANICAL ROOM. GO SOLID. GO CLEAN.

OPT FOR ADVANCED COOLING TOWER WATER TREATMENT CHEMISTRY: CLEANER AND SMARTER CONSTRUCTION THAN TRADITIONAL LIQUID CHEMISTRY

 

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05/16/2017

CHEMATIC® L/S IN ACTION

Watch to see how Chematic® L/S performs against the current industry standard alkaline detergent in this laboratory test.

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05/11/2017

Water In... Treated Water Out

 

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05/10/2017

You’ve washed your wheels…now how about that wash water?

The effluent, or run-off, from truck wheel wash systems, is regulated by the EPA under guidelines for stormwater discharges from land transportation and warehousing activities. Developed in 1990, these permitting regulations are part of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and were written to control stormwater discharges associated with eleven categories of industrial activity.

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05/09/2017

ELIMINATE CHEMICAL HAZARDS FOR HOSPITALS AT HARD-TO- REACH COOLING TOWER SITES

COOLING TOWER WATER TREATMENT CHEMISTRY: SAFER AND SIMPLER THAN TRADITIONAL LIQUID CHEMISTRY OPTIONS

Effective water treatment for cooling towers can directly affect reliability, efficiency, and cost of any industrial, institutional, or power industry process. Monitoring and maintaining corrosion control and deposition, microbial growth, and efficient system operation are important for optimum Total Cost of Operation (TCO). The first step to achieving minimum TCO is selecting an appropriate treatment program and operating conditions to minimize system stresses. Beyond these usual considerations, what about the needless worry of hazardous chemical spills from traditional liquid water treatment chemistry?

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05/09/2017

Eliminate Chemical Hazards For Your Clients At Hard-To-Reach Cooling Tower Sites

COOLING TOWER WATER TREATMENT CHEMISTRY, WHICH IS SAFER AND MORE SIMPLE THAN TRADITIONAL LIQUID CHEMISTRY OPTIONS

 
Effective water treatment for cooling towers can directly affect reliability, efficiency, and cost of any industrial, institutional, or power industry process. Monitoring and maintaining corrosion control and deposition, microbial growth, and efficient system operation are important for optimum Total Cost of Operation (TCO). The first step to achieving minimum TCO is selecting an appropriate treatment program and operating conditions to minimize system stresses. 
Beyond these usual considerations, what about the needless worry of hazardous chemical spills from traditional liquid water treatment chemistry?
 
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