U.S. water treatment equipment market worth 13 Billion by 2017

U.S. water treatment equipment market worth $13B by 2017, finds report

According to a new research report at RnRMarketResearch.com, total demand for water treatment equipment in the United States is expected to grow 6.0 percent yearly through 2017, with gains expected in every major market.

Advances will be supported by increasing concerns about the health and environmental impacts of biological contaminants, chemicals and disinfection byproducts in supply water and wastewater, as well as by more stringent manufacturing requirements for process water. Resource extraction, commercial and residential, and ballast water treatment are expected to be among the fastest growing markets for water treatment equipment, while the larger municipal and manufacturing markets are projected to expand at a healthy, near average rate. To read more use link

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Process and Water Company Assists in Water Recycle Design

Process and Water Company has worked in conjunction with TE Connectivity to develop an Advanced System for Industrial Wastewater Recycling System, utilizing energy efficient reverse osmosis technologies to purify and recycle water used in the industrial processes; that will enable water usage reduction of up to 80 percent. Read more about this jointly developed recycle system by clicking on the link to read the full article. http://ow.ly/pGqHm

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Process and Water Company Completes FAT of Process Water Recycle System

Process and Water Company has just completed its factory authorized testing (FAT) of one of six point of use rinse water recycle systems that are to be installed at two New England based precision manufacturing companies including Electro-Switch and RBC Aerospace Bearings. The Point Of Use Water Recycle system includes high capacity hydride mixed bed ion exchange resins. These resins have been specially formulated to extend resin life and reduce column exchange. The system also includes integrated controls with an onboard TDS (Total dissolved solids) meter for water quality measurement. Simply put, this system is a competitively priced system built to a robust industrial standard. to learn more visit http://ow.ly/oACyk http://ow.ly/i/34hwH

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Process and Water Company Supplies Advanced Water Purification System for Troop Quarters at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point

E. Bridgewater, MA, August 5, 2013 – Process and Water Company, a leading manufacturer and designer of advanced water purification, filtration and chemical treatment systems, today announced that it developed and suppliea unique, rooftop rainwater reclamation and reuse system to the U.S. Marine Corps for its Bachelor Enlisted Quarters at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point.

 The innovative and environmentally-friendly system contributed to the facility earning a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. Process and Water worked closely on the system’s design and deployment with Haskell, a top integrated design-build firm and project lead for the new facility, and its subcontractors.

The Process and Water system ‘harvests’ rainwater by collecting it from the roofs of each of the facility’s building and centrally storing it.  After it is collected, the water is sent through a storm filter that removes organic debris such as fallen leaves, and then transferred into a 10,000-gallon underground storage tank.  After the tank reaches capacity, any additional rainwater is handled by an overflow system that is tied into the project’s storm drain system. The system pumps the previously filtered rainwater through a specialized micron filter subsystem, and then sends it to a 500-gallon day tank. There, another pump constantly cycles the water through a UV sterilization system which yields bacteria-free water. The twice filtered and UV-sterilized water is utilized to flush toilets and for a variety of other non-potable uses throughout the facility. The Process and Water rainwater harvesting system has helped the facility to reduce its water use by 40% compared to a building with traditional water systems.

A key factor in Haskell’s selection of Process and Water to design and build this system was the company’s expertise in sustainable water systems. “Our R&D team is highly focused on staying at the leading edge of technologies that avoid wasting valuable and naturally occurring sources of water,” said Tom Belmont, CEO of Process and Water Company. “Our system sidesteps the storm drains, and instead diverts enormous amounts of ‘free’ water through an efficient purification processes, reclaiming it for a variety of non-potable uses. As a company, we’re also proud to provide a system that helps support the U.S. Military.”

About Process and Water Company

Process and Water is a different kind of water purification and fluid-handling system company.  It offers the high-end and custom systems customers expect from large companies, but with the personalized support and services that only smaller companies can deliver. Providing innovative system design, development and manufacturing, Process and Water Company specializes in creating systems that not only meet customers’ specific operational needs, but also their budget requirements.  The company’s expert staff partners closely with customers in all phases of their projects, and offers preventative maintenance and technical support services that ensure uninterrupted operations.  Big company capacities delivered with small company care – that’s the Process and Water difference.  Founded in 2010, and headquartered in East Bridgewater, Mass., Process and Water is a subsidiary of Elevate Experts Corp., a provider of strategy and management services to small- and mid-sized businesses.

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Process and Water is sending out another innovation RO water system

Process and Water is sending out another innovative and energy efficient RO water system for BEF foods as part of its facility expansion. Currently the 100,000 square-foot plant produces convenience food items for retail & foodservice distribution under the Owens Foods and Bob Evans Farms brands. This pure water system includes low pressure reverse osmosis technology and a VFD controlled product water distribution system completely constructed of 316 SS for food grade applications. The system will generate over 70,000 gallons of pure water for its ready-to-eat foods. http://ow.ly/i/2HDkU http://ow.ly/i/2HDmM

316 SS RO Product Water Distribution system

316 SS RO Product Water Distribution system

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Process and Water Company Completes a Rinsewater Recycle Project

Process and Water Company has just completed the fabrication of a Rinse Water Recycle system for Har-conn Chrome in West Hartford, CT. As part of there expansion, the water recycle system is custom-designed for Har-conn’s specific requirements, the new system is among the most advanced developed by Process and Water to date. It will enable there team to effectively handle the challenges of dealing with their process rinse waters in efficient and environmentally friendly ways. The ‘closed-loop’ system will utilize several proprietary Process and Water components and subsystems including a unique high capacity ion exchange treatment, chemical regeneration, and fully automated controls . Once installed, the system will enable Har-conn to meet its goal of completely eliminating all discharge of wastewater from its process finishing and other processes into municipal water systems. To learn more about Process and Water visit processandwater.com. http://ow.ly/i/2uHXo

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EPA Announces Small Business Innovative

EPA Announces Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) Program Funding Opportunity.

The US EPA has announced a funding opportunity through its Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) program. In Phase I of the program, there are 24 awards of $100,000 each for small businesses (fewer than 500 employees) for research or research and development (R&D) to meet stated agency technology needs or missions. These technology needs include the following topics: Safe and Sustainable Water Resources (Topic A – Water); Chemical Safety for Sustainability (Topic B – Innovation in Manufacturing); Sustainable and Healthy Communities (Topic C – Waste); Air/Climate/Energy (Topic D – Air Quality); Homeland Security (Topic E); and People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) special funding opportunity (Topic F). The deadline for applications is July 17, 2013. Any questions on this solicitation should be directed to Judy Ancharski, Contract Specialist at ancharski.judy@epa.gov or Marsha Johnson, Contracting Officer at johnson.marsha@epa.gov. You can also contact John Raschko from OTA at (617) 626-1093 to discuss potential projects.

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