The presence of disinfection by-products (DBP) in drinking water is an issue that concerns many. This discussion paper deals with issues that surround disinfection by-products and in particular the potential contamination of drinking water and associated risks of exposure.
Accepta’s innovative cooling tower pack cleaning and disinfection system is based on the use of a unique foaming stabilised chlorine dioxide based multi-component chemical cleaning system.
Accepta’s innovative solid chemical water treatment products are among the safest and most environmentally friendly chemicals to be designed and available for use in a range of industrial and facilities management applications including the treatment of boilers, cooling towers and cooling water systems.
Many commercial, manufacturing and industrial processes involve the use of water as a primary medium. These include the use of boilers and steam raising plant, cooling towers, cooling systems and other closed circuit systems.
This very useful paper deals with the optimisation of industrial effluent treatment plant and processes to reduce total operating costs.
This short paper looks at the human sense of smell, and in particular the process of odour control. It considers why odour control is required, how odours work, their constituent parts, how we detect them and what odour control measures are available.
This good practice guide deals with a number of issues faced by organisations operating paper and board mills and wishing to identify and implement process improvements, in particular the reduction of water and chemical usage, and wastewater and effluent costs.
Improving effluent treatment plant performance to reduce operating costs, comply with discharge consent conditions and minimise environmental pollution is high on the agenda of many industrial organisations.
This informative good practice guide deals with a number of issues faced by organisations involved in poultry meat processing and wishing to identify and implement process improvements, in particular the reduction of water, wastewater and effluent costs.
This case study examines issues involved in the treatment of waste oily water from engineering and industrial workshops.
Engineering workshops use large quantities of water-based metalworking fluids to remove heat and swarf from the cutting surfaces and reduce friction between the tools and the work-piece.