Source: WaterWorld
Engineering Performance Solutions (EPS) is opening its doors to help drinking waterutilities maintain important Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) health standards. According to EPA standards, when chlorine is used as a disinfectant in water treatment, it reacts with the natural organic matter in the water to form harmful by-products. When consumed, these disinfection by-products (or DBPs) have been linked to increased risks for cancer. EPS offers full water quality evaluations to drinking water utilities that will analyze DBP content in water and provide a customized evaluation for proper mitigation.

 
 
Source: West Hawaii Today     By Erin Miller
A Kawaihae factory that took a federal loan several years ago filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy earlier this month, after failing to start production ever.

Big Island Carbon formed several years ago, and revealed in 2009 plans to the community for a plant to turn macadamia nut shells into granular activated carbon, a product used in filtration devices, as well as in ultracapacitors, devices that provide power boosts in things like windmills and hybrid cars. The company began with $20 million in capital, and costs ballooned to $50 million, said Adam Carte, partner with Denham Capital.

 
 
Midwest Energy Emissions Corp (MEEC) announced today that the Energy & Environmental Research Center (EERC) Foundation has been awarded a new United States patent for mercury emissions control.

 
 
Source: Pennenergy
ADA-ES Inc. (NASDAQ: ADES) signed a contract to supply between 11 and 20 activated carbon injection systems for a fleet of coal-fired power plants owned and operated by an unnamed U.S. power producer.

 
 
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Nov. 28 -- United States Patent no. 8,318,356, issued on Nov. 27, was assigned to Corning Inc. (Corning, N.Y.).

 
 
The largest investor in bankrupt Big Island Carbon LLC is looking for a buyer that will complete the construction of the company’s plant in Kawaihae that was designed to turn macadamia nut shells into high-value activated carbon.

 
 
We are reaffirming our Neutral recommendation on Calgon Carbon Corporation ( CCC ). The company had a tepid third-quarter 2012 with both revenues and adjusted earnings missing the Zacks Consensus Estimates. It turned to a loss on a reported basis, hurt by a restructuring charge associated with its cost-reduction program.

 
 
ACI Systems Will Reduce Mercury Emissions at Fleet of Coal-Fired Power Plants

 
 
Source: PRWeb
Environmental monitoring equipment sales, rental and service company Enviro-Equipment Inc. proves with test project that CleanInject™ system is the best choice among groundwater remediation technologies.

 
 
Source: worldcement.com     By Jack Davidson
Lehigh Southwest Cement Company (LSCC) has announced plans to install an activated carbon injection (ACI) system at its Tehachapi, with the goal of reducing mercury emissions. The company plans to begin construction early in 2013, and bring the equipment online before the end of the year.