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2009‑11 Part 1: Major Components that Make Up the Water Business Mike Henley Water. Where is the market going, and what opportunities lie in this most important industry t
2009‑11 Important Considerations for Implementing Laboratory Water Standards Jamie Grossi urification standards that have been set forth for the bio-pharmaceutical market. Mainly, the water s
2009‑11 Controlled Di Water Gasification System For Advanced Semiconductor Cleaning Processes Annie Xia et al. ncorporating emerging new materials, gasified deionized (DI) water is playing an important role in advanced s
2009‑11 Transient Boron Leakage in a Semiconductor Water System Lindsey Stahl & Jeff Chapman The presence of boron in ultrapure water (UPW*) for semiconductors has until recently been m
2009‑10 Effect of Polymers for Gypsum Scale Control in Industrial Water Systems Zahid Amjad, Ph.D. ndustrial water systems. The scale deposits can cause a number of operational problems such as reduced heat t
2009‑10 Part 5: Other Reports on Promising Nanotechnology Treatments for Water Treatment Mike Henley echnologies. Its proponents hope to see nanotech become a new aspect in water treatment. In Part 4 of this ar
2009‑09 Part 4: Nanotechnology Developments Offer New Water Treatment Options Mike Henley The next step. Those who have followed water treatment technologies for any time have watched i
2009‑08 Cost Reduction by Recycling, Reusing, and Reclaiming Water David Paul The drive to recycle, reuse, and reclaim water has grown over the past couple of decades. M
2009‑08 Technical Assessment of Water Reuse in Consideration of Emerging Pollutants Christopher Stacklin, P.E., and Jerry Evangelista, P.E. rinkable water using state-of-the-art technology, including microfiltration (MF), reverse osmosis (R
2009‑07 How Much Does Your Water Production Cost? Glenn E. Rainer, Jr. Why would our facilities want to know our water production costs? All operations staff, and our p
2009‑07 Part 2: Will Water Infrastructure Spending Help the Economy? Mike Henley urt the economy? While politicians and economists debate the question, the likelihood is the water b
2009‑06 Reducing the Cost of Industrial Water Treatment David Paul tates. Reducing the cost of water treatment other than by losing jobs is the ideal. This article d
2009‑06 Treatment of Coal-Bed Methane Produced Water Using Short-Bed Ion Exchange Michael Sheedy n the coal seams. Production wells are drilled into the coal seam, and once a sufficient amount of water
2009‑05 Part 1: Water Sector Outperforms Market Indices, but Still Affected by Economic Downturn Mike Henley In the midst of the current deep financial downturn, the water industryï¾’s growth has also s

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