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Water Use in Industrial Processes with Grant Newhouse [PODCAST]
Water Use in Industrial Processes with Grant Newhouse [PODCAST]

Ever wonder how water is used in manufacturing processes? BGD attorney David T. McGimpsey discusses how manufacturers are employing technologies and processes to become more water efficient with Grant Newhouse of Sustainable Water Solutions, LLC in his latest The Water Values Podcast episode, which you can stream online here (free).

Highlights of the discussion between McGimpsey and Newhouse include the following:

  • The different ways in which water is used in industrial processes
  • Why water needs to be treated before use in industrial processes
  • How boiler explosions in the 1800s became the catalyst for industrial water treatment
  • How cooling towers and boilers work
  • What the water treatment issues are for cooling towers and boilers
  • Why water softening results in inefficient water use
  • The more efficient treatment method Grant suggests to replace water softening
  • Why electrical conductivity, EC, in water has become a big issue
  • Grant’s take on the energy-water nexus in industrial water treatment processes

Additional resources and links mentioned in or relevant to this podcast episode are available on The Water Values website.

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To learn more about David T. McGimpsey and his practice, please visit his profile.

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