Archive for July 22nd, 2013


Smartphones and tablet computers have drastically changed the way business professionals consume and use information, and the mobile devices offer significant opportunities for manufacturers in on-the-job learning and training for their workforce.
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Wastewater plant. Credit: Rjgalindo

Wastewater plant. Credit: Rjgalindo

Water is a mission-critical resource for industrial firms, and wastewater treatment makes up an important component of many company’s water-management strategy. Increasing water scarcity and stress, along with ever-stricter government regulation, compel industrial firms to seek out ever-more-efficient systems for treating their wastewater.

How do manufacturing and industrial firms treat their wastewater? Although we’re discussing industrial wastewater treatment here, the best place to start is describing conventional treatment processes. Nearly any industrial plant will need to process sewage — graywater and human waste — either through an in-house plant or by feeding it to a municipal facility. For any enterprise large enough to need its own wastewater facilities, the default system would be more or less based on the three stages of primary, secondary, and tertiary treatment. Read more

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