AMS continues to track the progress of COVID-19 and take actions to protect the health and safety of our employees, clients and vendors by guarding against workplace-based transmission. In this update to our COVID-19 action plan, our policy remains one of minimizing the risk of our employees becoming agents of transmission while also protecting their health and that of those with whom they come into contact while at work and outside the workplace.Read the news article.
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AMS has been selected to the Advanced Fuel Cycle Programme (AFCP) and Game Changers cross-sector solutions challenge for the treatment of nitrogen oxides (NOx) from nuclear fuel recycling off-gases to minimize the environmental impact of recycling operations. AFCP is led in partnership with the U.K. Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and National Nuclear Laboratory (NNL) who are collaborating with leading industrial, academic and research institutions to investigate the role of advanced nuclear fuels and fuel cycles for a Net Zero greenhouse gas emission future. AMS has been awarded funding to complete feasibility studies based on its unique SafeGuard™ H2O fully automated, on-demand, in-situ generator of stannous and tin dioxide. AMS will be demonstrating the power of tin to secure a clean energy future for all.Read the news article.
This is an update to AMS’ COVID-19 policies and protocols designed to minimize the risk of exposing our employees and those with whom they come into contact to potential infection by COVID-19 while carrying out duties that include visits to client sites. Our updated COVID-19 policy and protocols are also intended to reduce potential demands on health support services and ensure business continuity.Read the news article.
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.
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.
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.
AMS took part in the June 4, 2020 Virtual Innovation Showcase at the BlueTech Forum: Connect. Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS delivered one of the 11 presentations featured at the forum’s Innovation Showcase. Bacon discussed how the online AMS THM Formation Potential analyzer — THM-100-FP™ — provides utilities and industries with real-time accurate and reliable water quality data that enable them to better manage treatment processes 24/7.Read the news article.
AMS, the pioneer of the in-situ stannous generation system, has significantly widened the application of this highly effective non-toxic metal to address a broad range of waterborne and airborne contaminants that threaten the health of people and their environment. SafeGuard™ H2O will enable the cost-effective treatment of drinking and industrial effluent that is contaminated with trace metals and capture airborne contaminants such as nitrogen oxides, hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide.Read the news article.
A study released by the Environmental Working Group (EWG), found that a mix of pollutants in California drinking water could cause an estimated 15,500 additional cases of cancer over the course of a lifetime. While concerns about water quality and safety continue to grow, it is important to note that a number of California utilities are already implementing real-time, online monitoring to determine the presence of water-borne contaminants of concern and ensure drinking water safety at all times. AMS is helping these utilities to not only identify THM and trace metal contaminant threats, but also to diagnose critical treatment system performance once a solution has been put in place.Read the news article.
AMS Chief Scientist Michael West, Ph.D., reflects on Earth Day and shares his views on water quality and environmental challenges.Read the news article.