A 25% reduction in bore well water consumption annually has been achieved with a good amount of energy savings.

Fluoride concentrations of less than 1 milligram/liter can easily be achieved by utilization of a new adsorption method based on a regenerable aluminium doped chelating resin.

Production of fish in any culture system depends to a great extent on water quality management.

A steam trap is a device attached to the lower portion of a steam filled line or vessel which pass condensate but will not allow the escape of steam, or a steam trap is a piece of equipment that automatically controls the condensate removal, air and carbon dioxide from a piping system with minimal steam loss.

Large investments made in automation & control systems by water utilities over the last 20 years has produced necessary infrastructure for global optimization strategies.

The two wastewater plants in the Township of Morris, New Jersey, USA have experienced significant savings in electricity costs, sludge removal, and chemical usage. Savings result from installation of an effective system to control dissolved oxygen levels in the plant's aerated digestion tanks.

Disinfection is a primary means to destroy/inactive waterborne pathogenic bacteria that could spread diseases in human. Disinfection process is a must in drinking water treatment, and we are all aware of this. In wastewater treatment, disinfectant process is equally important.

Legionella pneumophila is commonly found in a wide variety of aquatic environments including both natural bodies of water and manmade water systems such as industrial cooling water systems. The elevated water temperature, the moisture, the increased oxygen tension and the addition of nutrients provide a favorable environment for the growth of microorganisms including L.

Water loss is a major concern for most water utilities worldwide, as it affects not only operational processes, but also impacts the financial, social and environmental aspects of the utility.

Manufacturers and wastewater municipalities that treat and discharge wastewater are concerned with regulatory compliance and controlling costs. Most facilities must comply with regulations, such as the US Environmental Protection Agency's (USEPA) Clean Water Act, and optimize their wastewater treatment processes.