Analytical Instruments News

  1. ABB Optimizes Efficient Water Usage And Treatment With Launch Of New Analytical Transmitter
    10/30/2019

    ABB has expanded its digital analytical measurement range of solutions with the launch of the AWT420 transmitter.

  2. Federal Studies: Oil Waste Fluid Contaminated California Groundwater
    10/3/2019

    Oil industry waste fluids containing benzene and other toxic chemicals have migrated into California’s groundwater through multiple pathways at sites in Kern County, west of Bakersfield, federal experts have discovered.

  3. GoAigua Integrates A New Solution For Efficient Sewerage Management
    10/3/2019

    GoAigua is committed to advanced sewerage management and invests in a new technological solution for monitoring sedimentation levels and detecting deficiencies in the sewerage system.

  4. Researchers Find Antibiotic Resistant Genes Prevalent In Groundwater Samples In Southern California
    10/3/2019

    With climate change’s undeniability comes not only increasing water shortages, but longer periods of drought. As policymakers look urgently to wastewater recycling to stem the gap in water resources, the question is not whether or not reuse is necessary—it is—but how best to approach it.

  5. Trimble Announces New Release Of Advanced Wastewater Monitoring And Analytics Software For Municipalities And Utilities
    9/23/2019

    Trimble (NASDAQ: TRMB) introduced today the latest version of its Trimble Unity™ Remote Monitoring software for water, wastewater and stormwater utilities.

  6. Atonix Digital Introduces The First Purpose-Built Asset Performance Management Solution For Wastewater Treatment Facilities
    9/18/2019

    Recently, Atonix Digital – a subsidiary of Black & Veatch focused on data-driven software applications – announces its new Wastewater Treatment Solution.

  7. EPA Awards Purdue University Nearly $900,000 To Research Potential Environmental Impacts Of PFAS Substances In Waste Streams
    9/18/2019

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) awarded Purdue University a $899,976 grant to develop methods to decrease per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) concentrations in both municipal wastewater treatment plant effluent and sludge.

  8. Shedding Light On Antibiotic Resistance
    9/16/2019

    Antibiotics are one of the greatest public health breakthroughs of the 20th century and at the heart of one of the largest public health threats of the 21st century: antibiotic resistance.

  9. South Platte Water Renewal Partners Win EPA Water Quality "Challenge"
    8/21/2019

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with four federal partners announced the winners of a technology-accelerating water quality challenge.

  10. Technique Could Make Better Membranes For Next-Generation Filtration
    8/20/2019

    Deriving drinkable water from seawater, treating wastewater and conducting kidney dialysis are just a few important processes that use a technology called membrane filtration.