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Expert in drinking water treatment to serve New Hampshire clients

Tighe & Bond, a Northeast leader in civil and environmental engineering services, has announced that James Collins, P.E., joined the firm as a principal engineer in its Portsmouth, New Hampshire, office. Collins has 13 years of engineering experience assisting clients with a broad range of drinking water treatment challenges, including emerging contaminants and disinfection.

Recognized as a national expert in ultraviolet (UV) disinfection and advanced oxidation technologies, Collins is the co-author of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) Advanced Oxidation Handbook and a contributing author to additional Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Water Research Foundation (WRF) manuals. He also serves as the co-chair of the New England Waterworks Association’s (NEWWA) Disinfection Committee.

Collins’ nationwide experience includes UV disinfection, advanced oxidation, ground water treatment, water treatment plant design, corrosion control and water reuse for numerous high-profile clients. He earned his bachelor of science in environmental conservation and his master of science in civil engineering from the University of New Hampshire. Besides being active in AWWA and NEWWA, he is a member of the International Ultraviolet Association (IUVA). Collins lives in Exeter, New Hampshire.

Tighe & Bond, Inc. provides comprehensive engineering and environmental services to hundreds of public and private clients across the northeastern United States, with emphasis on the education, energy, government, health care, industrial, real estate and water/wastewater market. A staff of 300 people work from offices in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Westwood, Pocasset, Worcester and Westfield, Massachusetts; Middletown and Shelton, Connecticut; and Red Hook, New York.

For more information, contact Marketing/Communications Specialist Debbie Whitney at 413.572.3207.

Atlantic Ultraviolet releases UV water purifier, filtering system

Atlantic Ultraviolet Corporation announces its new Bio-Logic® Pure Water Pack™, the easiest point-of-use water filtration and UV disinfection system available. Rotatable heads make it different from any other unit on the market. The flexibility of being able to rotate the head on either side of the chamber to match the existing water connection streamlines installation and results in savings of time and money. Engineered and manufactured in the United States, the Bio-Logic® Pure Water Pack™ is economical, compact and versatile. It contains a two-part filtration process to remove unwanted sediment and reduce foul tastes and odors, and a stainless steel UV disinfection chamber to eradicate virtually all microorganisms. Its ability to purify and disinfect water, along with the ease of installation due to the rotatable heads makes it the best point-of-use system on the market. For information about the Bio-Logic® Pure Water Pack™, visit BuyUltraviolet.com.

Ann Wysocki, COO of Atlantic Ultraviolet, said she is excited about the release of this product because it fills a consumer need. She said: “For those people who want filtered and purified water, who want to stop buying bottled water, this product is designed for them. The Bio-Logic® UV Water Purifier and Pure Water Pack™ is designed for point of use installation, under any sink, and with the rotatable heads and the custom-made mounting bracket, the installation is easy.”

Message from GigaHertz-Optik

We often get this question from callers wondering why their traditional filter based light meters have issues when measuring SSL. In response, a presentation titled “Spectral Light Meters for accurate measurements of LED lighting” has been prepared by Mike Clark at Gigahertz-Optik.

The presentation can be found at http://bit.ly/2qknRLP. For questions, contact Bob Angelo at 978.462.1818 or b.angelo@gigahertz-optik.com.

Evoqua’s ETS-UV™ Systems selected to disinfect advanced purified water

ETS-UV systems were selected for disinfection treatment of 114 million gallons of advanced purified, recycled water per year for recreational use in Lake Mission Viejo in Orange County, California.

This project has been a collaboration among the city of Mission Viejo, the Santa Margarita Water District and the Lake Mission Viejo Association.

The 124-acre lake is owned and operated by the association and is maintained with a combination of water sources, including potable water provided by Santa Margarita Water District.

In support of future water supplies, and given the ongoing drought conditions, the water district and the Association evaluated alternative water sources to replace the use of potable water from the District. They discovered that through advanced treatment, they can maintain lake water elevation levels with a sustainable, reliable, cost-effective source of local non-potable water that meets the water quality standards desired for the continued recreational use of the lake.

Malley named IUVA News associate editor; Cates on IUVA editorial board

Jim Malley, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and an environmental engineering administrator, recently was named associate editor of IUVA News. Malley has 37 years of experience in environmental engineering, working on more than 100 projects in nine countries, including a wide range of UV and UV/H2O2 applications. He is co-principal investigator of De-RISK, a USEPA National Center for Innovation in Small Systems.

Ezra Cates, recently appointed to the IUVA Editorial Board, earned a PhD in environmental engineering from Georgia Tech, and he is an assistant professor at Clemson University. Cates’ research group focuses on radiation-based processes for environmental applications, including disinfection and advanced oxidation processes.