AMS is opening a new Innovation Center in Wyckoff, New Jersey dedicated to the development and commercialization of the company’s innovative SafeGuard H2O system for reducing the risk of lead contamination. SafeGuard H2O is an Intelligent Water Treatment System incorporating real-time contaminant analysis with a proven in-situ trace metal remediation technology. It integrates AMS’s online lead analyzer for accurate, continuous and dynamic assessment of the presence of total lead in buildings or zones exposed to events that are the cause of acute lead contamination.Read the press release.
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California American Water turned to AMS’s MetalGuard™ fully-automated, online multi-stream Cr(VI) analyzer to have higher visibility of Cr(VI) contaminant levels in real-time and allow them to better monitor and address critical steps in their remediation process.Read the full article.
Online instruments help water utilities control water treatment operations. CEO Rick Bacon of Aqua Metrology Systems explains how utilities rely on sensors to meet water quality compliance standards and optimize operational performance in the May/June 2019 issue of World Water.Read the full article.
AMS will conduct a demonstration of its SafeGuard™ H2O hexavalent chromium remediation system during AWWA ACE19 show in Denver. The demonstrations will take place on Monday, June 10 at 11 a.m. and Tuesday, June 11 at 2 p.m. at the AMS booth #1408.
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Listen to the latest podcast from AMS Radio featuring Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, who discusses why water treatment systems are inherently stupid and they need a brain. As water utilities are increasingly turning to real-time data to identify contaminant threats and diagnose critical treatment system performance once a solution has been put in place, online and real-time water quality analyzers contribute to the development of intelligent water treatment systems.Listen now.
As regulatory requirements and the availability of more accurate diagnostic technologies continue to push the legal threshold limit of contaminants, utilities are turning to high-frequency data to identify contaminant threats and diagnose critical treatment system performance. Learn how El Paso Water’s Upper Valley Water Treatment Plant was able to meet regulatory requirements with the help of AMS’s MetalGuard™ automated, online arsenic analyzers.Read the full article.
Listen to the latest podcast from AMS Radio featuring Rick Bacon, CEO of AMS, who discusses why manual sampling and lab analysis fall short in determining system performance and regulatory compliance in trace metal remediation, and how advances in water quality analyzers help optimize the remediation process.Listen now.
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.
The rapid response benchtop THM-RR™ analyzer provides fast, reliable and accurate analysis of individual and total THM concentrations. For water treatment operators, consulting engineers and THM treatment system vendors the THM-RR delivers valuable THM performance data far faster than external laboratories.Read the brochure.
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.