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Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, provides an in-depth review of lessons learned from the past year and outlook for AMS in 2021 and beyond.Read the full article.
The industry is in dire need of a simple, economical and effective treatment solution for arsenic. SafeGuard H2O™, a new and cost-effective arsenic removal technology, paves the way for the evaluation and review of a more stringent federal arsenic standard. This innovative solution virtually eliminates arsenic and drastically reduces the cost of removing the toxic contaminant from water supplies.Read the full article.
Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, discusses the key challenges faced by leaders of technology startups in the water industry, including funding strategies, setting expectations, and building an expert team.Watch the video.
In this episode of AMS Talks, Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, and Marcie Demmy Bidwell, Executive Director for the Mountain Studies Institute in Colorado, discuss the environmental impact of abandoned mines and efforts to protect water quality. Colorado has roughly 23,000 abandoned mines. Because of the financial scale of this challenge and the existential threat posed by these mines to human health and the environment, Bacon and Bidwell discuss the importance of bringing together the voice of governments, mining companies, and technology solution providers to share ideas and work together toward a solution to this pressing issue.Watch the video.
AMS CEO Rick Bacon provides a COVID-19/coronavirus update and action plan to continue to ensure the availability of AMS analyzers that provide mission-critical, accurate and reliable real-time water quality data while minimizing the risk of infection of employees in the workplace.Read the news article.
To meet the goals for safe drinking water and sustainability in the most cost-effective manner, there is an urgent need for the water industry to accelerate the validation and adoption of technology innovations. The adoption of real-time, water quality analyzers at water hubs is poised to change the game of technology acceptance in the water quality sector.Read the full article.
It has been nearly 20 years since the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) federal arsenic standard of 10 parts per billion (ppb) was put into place; however, the 2001 regulation remains the same today with the exception of New Hampshire and New Jersey that have implemented a more stringent maximum contaminant level (MCL) of 5 ppb at the state level (EPA, 2001). This paper aims to advance the evaluation and review of a more stringent federal arsenic standard by presenting evidence of an innovation in arsenic removal technology — Aqua Metrology Systems’ (AMS) SafeGuard™ H2O (SGH2O) — that is proven, validated and commercially available. The technology virtually eliminates arsenic and drastically reduces the cost of removing the toxic contaminant from water supplies when compared to alternative treatment technologies.
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AMS is committed to bringing intelligent water remediation solutions that can be fully controlled, monitored and optimized remotely, while ensuring that these systems are more accessible to a wider sector of the population through affordable financial models. As such, AMS has offered an official response to a white paper — “Economic Feasibility Analysis in Consideration of a Hexavalent Chromium MCL” — published by the California State Water Board (SWB), who is engaged in a process of consultation to determine at what level the regulatory limit for Cr(VI) should be set. AMS’ position on Cr(VI) regulation and comments to SWB are summarized in this technical brief.Read the full article.