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.
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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.
AMS CEO Rick Bacon caught up with Walid Khoury, a leading water consultant and influencer, on the value of predictive analytics in trihalomethane monitoring. Bacon discusses how AMS’ online THM and THM formation potential (THM-FP) monitoring solution helps to optimize water treatment processes and operations by accurately measuring THMs in real time within the plant and predict very precisely, what those THM levels will be in the distribution network, days and miles away.Watch the video.
As COVID-19 continues to impact the globe, AMS’ response to employee and customer safety and support is outlined in this August 2020 update.Read the news article.
Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, provides an overview of the company’s technology portfolio featuring real-time, online water quality monitoring and innovative water remediation solutions.Watch the video.
The state of California has a long history managing Cr(VI) in its drinking water and has been working to reestablish a standard by reevaluating the health information, as well as technologies that can provide effective treatment at lower costs. To address the lack of an effective and economically viable treatment solution for big cities, small communities, and industries, AMS has developed a low-cost Cr(VI) remediation system that removes this carcinogen to non-detectable levels at a fraction of the cost of traditional treatment systems.
In this episode of AMS Talks, Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, discusses innovations in arsenic removal treatment technologies and why it might be time to implement a more stringent federal standard for this carcinogenic contaminant than the 10 ppb limit set by the EPA in 2001.Watch the video.