1. Importance of Enzyme Immobilization

    Importance of Enzyme Immobilization
    Although enzyme immobilization began over 100 years ago, it remains one of the most essential industrial technologies today. This is because immobilized enzymes are highly versatile and have a wide variety of potential applications. Also, the enzyme immobilization process has been slowly perfected over the years, making it much simpler, quicker, and efficient than ever before. This has served as...
  2. Water Quality and Dairy Quality Testing FAQs

    Water Quality and Dairy Quality Testing FAQs
    Whenever you pour yourself a glass of water, it may appear to be clean and you might expect the water quality to be safe. However, many sources of water contain dissolved minerals, organic compounds, or live pathogens at harmful levels. Other minerals in your water could also result in an unpleasant taste, odors, and could stain bathroom fixtures or your...
  3. Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR) for Wastewater Treatment

    Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBR) for Wastewater Treatment
    Sequencing batch reactors (SBRs), also known as sequential batch reactors, are activated sludge systems applied in wastewater treatment. SBR systems are upgrades of conventional activated sludge systems that minimize footprint by integrating separate functions in a single treatment system. Standard SBR setups usually include the reactor basin, water sludge draw-off mechanism, effluent decanter, and process control system. How Do Sequencing...
  4. Bottoms Up: Water Diagnostics and Testing Today

    Bottoms Up: Water Diagnostics and Testing Today
    Water Resources San Diego makes no bones about its most precious commodity - the sun! But what does it actually take to make this arid, Mediterranean-like place able to support so many? Well, it takes sun AND water. San Diego's faucets feed one of the highest per-capita water consumption rates in the nation, serving 1.3 million residents, 33 million visitors...

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