ASDWA Annual Conference 2022
AMS will be showcasing solutions to predict, control and treat water and wastewater from heavy metal and inorganic contaminants at the ASDWA Annual Conference being held in Scottsdale, Arizona from October 17-19, 2022. Visit us to learn more about AMS’ online water quality instruments (Instran™, MetalGuard™, SafeGuard™ and THM-100™) that provide accurate and reliable data through continuous real-time monitoring and AMS’ SafeGuard™ H2O advanced in-situ reagent generation technology that provides an affordable, non-hazardous and environmentally sustainable solution to remove these contaminants. Visit us at Booth #15 to learn more.
Visit AMS at the Innovation Hub, booth #22079 inside the Exhibit Hall of ACE22. Join AMS in San Antonio, Texas from June 13-15, 2022 to learn more about their innovative SafeGuard™ H2O advanced in-situ reagent generation technology that provides an affordable, non-hazardous, energy efficient and environmentally sustainable solution to remove a wide range of heavy metal and inorganic contaminants from water and wastewater.
Join AMS at the AZ Water Conference in Phoenix, AZ from April 12-14, 2002. AMS will be showcasing their technology platform of advanced solutions that help utilities to analyze and treat trace metal and inorganic contaminants such as As, Cr(VI), Cu, Fe, H2S, Hg, P, Pb, Mn, THMs, Se and more. Visit Booth #925 to learn more.
Join AMS at the IWC 2021 in Scottsdale, AZ (7-11 November 2021) to learn more about SafeGuard™ H2O, a novel in-situ stannous generator technology that harnesses the power of tin, a highly effective chemical reagent, for the remediation of trace metal contaminants. Vladimir Dozortsev Ph.D., Senior Product Manager at AMS will present results from a full-scale pilot demonstration of the SafeGuard H2O technology to continuously reduce Cr(VI) to below 2 ppb at a community in the Central Valley of California.
At the WQTC 2021 in Tacoma, WA (7-11 November 2021) AMS will showcase SafeGuard™ H2O, a novel in-situ electro-generated stannous reagent approach coupled with enhanced monitoring capability, that has been developed to harnesses the power of tin and provide facilities with a highly efficient and competitive technology for the removal of copper, hydrogen sulfide, hexavalent chromium, iron, lead, manganese, and mercury. Visit us at Booth #313.