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Choosing the Right Water Disinfection

Jun 11, 2020 4:30:00 PM / by De Nora posted in ozone, drinking water, sodium hypochlorite, on-site sodium hypochlorite generation, MIOX, clorate, chlorine dioxide, ultraviolet light, on-site chlorine generation, calcium hypochlorite, chloramines

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The Status of Chlorate Regulations & Impact on Water Treatment - MIOX

Jun 2, 2020 11:00:00 AM / by De Nora posted in drinking water, sodium hypochlorite, on-site sodium hypochlorite generation, MIOX, clorate

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Future-proofing Water Disinfection for Chlorate Regulation

May 19, 2020 7:45:00 AM / by De Nora posted in sodium hypochlorite, MIOX, Third Chemical Contaminant List, chlorate, on-site electrolytic generation, Safe Drinking Water Act, EPA, WHO, bulk hypchlorite

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Chlorate (ClO3-) continues to be a much-watched contaminant by both regulatory bodies and the water industry. With potential chlorate-producing processes in food preparation, agriculture, or within the water treatment process, scientific studies into this contaminant have increased in number and priority. 

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Status of Chlorate Regulations & Impact on Water Treatment - ClorTec

May 14, 2020 3:00:00 PM / by De Nora posted in drinking water, Clortec, sodium hypochlorite, on-site sodium hypochlorite generation, clorate

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Mixed Oxidant Solution: Frequently Asked Questions

May 12, 2020 4:08:00 PM / by De Nora posted in water treatment, sodium hypochlorite, MOS, mixed oxidant solution, biofilm, electrochlorination

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There are many jobs and responsibilities in the field of water treatment. For many, knowing exactly what chemicals or procedures are used in the filtration process is not necessary. However, for those considering on-site water treatment understanding the makeup and uses of chemicals and their components is a vital step in the decision-making process. 

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On-Site With Sodium Hypochlorite Generation

May 5, 2020 11:21:00 AM / by De Nora posted in water treatment, Clortec, sodium hypochlorite, chlorination

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Chlorine has long been a reliable tool in the water and wastewater treatment industry. It is one of the most widely-utilized chemicals in the space, and as such, there is no shortage of solutions for obtaining and applying it.

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Maintaining Your Capital Equipment

Apr 28, 2020 7:15:00 AM / by De Nora posted in wastewater treatment, drinking water, Clortec, sodium hypochlorite

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Investing in drinking water and wastewater systems is an essential step in protecting both public health and the environment. Yet, given the recent economic climate, making the decision to move forward on any capital project is one that involves a great deal of planning and consideration. Two key factors that should always be considered are cost and reliability.  

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7 Things to Consider with Brine Electrochlorination Systems

Apr 21, 2020 10:30:00 AM / by De Nora posted in Clortec, sodium hypochlorite, OSHG, safety, on-site sodium hypochlorite generation

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With so much at stake, investing in any capital project is one that will take a great deal of planning and consideration. Many factors, including cost, safety, and reliability, should always be considered. On-site sodium hypochlorite generation (OSHG) is one of those investments that should be heavily researched before moving forward. 

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An Award-Winning 2018 Plant Expansion Increases Water Treatment Capacity in Growing Maricopa County, AZ

Mar 31, 2020 4:15:00 PM / by Robert Andrews posted in water treatment, Clortec, sodium hypochlorite, Maricopa County, Phoenix AZ, Arizona Water Association, OSHG

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The beginning of a growing need

Over a decade ago, two of the fastest-growing communities in the United States were forced to make some big decisions. Just southeast of Phoenix in Maricopa County, AZ, the adjacent neighborhoods of Gilbert and Chandler realized that they were not prepared to meet the needs of their growing communities. Knowing that they would need to take action quickly, these suburbs decided to join forces to address what was obviously their most significant concern — water.

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