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AMS Installs SafeGuard™ H2O Cr(VI) Remediation Full-Scale Pilot in California
AMS installed a full-scale pilot of its SafeGuard™ H2O intelligent Cr(VI) remediation system in a Central Valley California Community. SafeGuard™ H2O is an innovative technology based on a proprietary approach that generates on demand a stannous ion reagent in-situ via an electrolytic process. The goal of the pilot is to demonstrate the system’s ability to effectively and affordably treat water with elevated Cr(VI) levels to non-detect levels (less than 2 ppb) by converting toxic Cr(VI) to insoluble nontoxic Cr (III), which then can be removed by filtration along with tin dioxide — the product of the conversion. The stannous generator system features automatic dosing and incorporates continuous, real-time monitoring of Cr(VI) levels at the influent and effluent to ensure optimal treatment and compliance with regulatory and operational targets 24/7/365. Through the onboard online analyzer the technology’s ability to effectively reduce Cr(VI) was seen immediately.
AMS Talks: The Value of Data to Aigües de Barcelona
The AMS Talks Value of Data video series features interviews with industry thought leaders who share their views on the role and impact of real-time water quality data on water and wastewater treatment processes. In this episode, AMS CEO Rick Bacon is joined by Miquel Paraira Faus, Water Quality Director at Aigües de Barcelona to discuss how online THM analyzers assisted in the control of distribution water operations, resulting in improved quality of drinking water to more than 3 million people across the Barcelona metropolitan area.
AMS CEO Rick Bacon discusses how the water industry is rapidly embracing online, real-time trace metals monitoring technology, and the importance of data quality for mission critical system performance optimization.
A New and Cost-Effective Arsenic Removal Technology Paves the Way for More Stringent Federal Arsenic Standards
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.
AMS Talks: The Environmental Impact of Abandoned Mines
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.
AMS COVID-19/Coronavirus Information and Action Plan
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.
AMS Talks: Accelerating Validation and Adoption of Technology Innovations
In this episode of AMS Talks, Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, discusses the urgent need for the water industry to accelerate validation and the adoption of technology innovations in order to meet the goals for safe drinking water and sustainability in the most cost-effective manner.
Real-Time, Online Water Quality Analyzers Can Change the Game of Technology Acceptance
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.