Tag Archives | wastewater

ChemScan nitrite analysis during startup

Taking Denitrification to the Next Level

In 2006, one of the largest water reclamation facilities in northern Virginia needed to expand the facility from 18 to 24 million gallons per day (mgd) to support future growth in Prince William County, Va. At the same time, new regulations necessitated an upgrade to improve the nutrient removal capabilities of the plant. The new […]

Continue Reading · 0
Int_Aug-Sep_web-exclusive_slider

What is a Good Security Approach to Water and Wastewater Process Control Systems?

This article is based on presentations made at the 2013 ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium on 7 August 2013. Network security for water sector process control systems (PCS), such as supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems, is increasingly important and ever evolving due to the need for secure and reliable control systems. Additionally, process […]

Continue Reading · 0
Security with Lock

How to Protect Water and Wastewater Facilities from Cyberattack

“If you aren’t scared yet, you haven’t been paying attention.”  So goes the aphorism for modern times, and it applies equally well to industrial cybersecurity.  Conclusive proof is hard to come by, but consider the supporting evidence: U.S. presidential executive orders, vulnerabilities markets for ICS, U.S. Secretary of Defense warnings of a “cyber Pearl Harbor”, […]

Continue Reading · 0
Waste Water system

Big Data Focus at 2013 ISA Water/Wastewater Symposium

Big Data is Big News in just about every corner of our digitally connected world.  Leveraging massive amounts of process data archives is a game changer for practically any industrial process, enabling greater levels of agility, efficiency and competitiveness.  This year’s 2013 ISA Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls Symposium will deliver the most current information on […]

Continue Reading · 0

2013 Water/Wastewater Symposium Focuses on “Smart Water” Technology

Plant reliability, safety and cost-efficiency are among the common goals of professionals working in the municipal water and wastewater sectors.  The Water/Wastewater Industries Division (WWID) of the ISA, which serves as a key educational, technical, professional development and networking resource for the sector, is gearing up for the 2013Water/Wastewater and Automatic Controls (WWAC) Symposium, to […]

Continue Reading · 0