Industry Focus: Electronics Industry Trends and What They Mean For Your Water Management Strategy

  The electronics industry produces all of the devices to support life in an increasingly tech-focused world, including everything from mobile devices and televisions to industrial electronics and telecommunications components. At the core of the electronics industry is the semiconductor sector, which is responsible for producing the chips that are needed for manufacture of devices … » Read More

Industry Focus: Petrochemical and Chemical Industry Trends and What They Mean For Your Wastewater Management Strategy

Chemical and petrochemical products are so central to manufacturing that it’s hard to find examples of goods that don’t involve them at some point in production. From primary chemicals used in manufacturing to end-consumer goods, the chemical and petrochemical industry’s products span plastics, packaging, fertilizers, electronics, cleaners, disinfectants, pharmaceuticals, automotive parts, construction materials, clothing, and … » Read More

Working with EPC Contractors: A Q&A with Industry Insiders

Engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) contracts are on the rise for large industrial construction projects, particularly within the power, manufacturing, and oil and gas sectors. In essence, an EPC firm provides all design and construction services under a single contract. This can yield efficiencies in the execution of the project compared to other delivery approaches, … » Read More

Case Study: UF Wastewater Treatment Solution for a Steel Mill

Membrane technologies deliver expanded capacity, reuse-ready effluent in an innovative wastewater treatment application for hot-formed steel manufacturing Background When a North American steel mill decided to expand its production capacity, it knew an expansion of its wastewater treatment plant was in order as well. But as the steel mill took stock of its existing challenges … » Read More

Industry Focus: How the Power Industry is Evolving and What it Means for Your Wastewater Management Strategy

It’s no secret that the power industry is undergoing a transformational moment. We’re already starting to see how the current energy transition is having far-reaching impacts across other industrial sectors, particularly in regards to water use.  Water use and energy production share a complex, intertwined relationship, and profound changes in the power industry are having … » Read More

SAMCO’s patented processes offer innovative solutions for the oil and gas industry

  Along with maximizing petroleum yields, oil producers are challenged to make effective use of resources in order to keep costs down and stay in compliance with discharge regulations. While conventional separation and water treatment trains are effective, they are often large and heavy, can consume a lot of chemicals, and may create large volumes … » Read More

Supply chain volatility and unplanned outages: what you need to know and how SAMCO can help

Unplanned downtime has always been a costly issue for industrial facilities, but current supply chain disruptions threaten to make the problem worse. In an era of uncertainty stemming from extended lead times and limited supply, manufacturers will need additional foresight to maintain their spare parts and supply inventories. Here, we’ll take a look at the … » Read More

MFCs and the Future of Wastewater Treatment Technology

Emerging technologies that enhance the sustainability or cost-effectiveness of current wastewater treatment technologies often grab their fair share of headlines—and for good reason. For those of us concerned with wastewater treatment, the need to make more efficient use of water and energy resources is quickly becoming a top priority. One of such promising innovations is … » Read More

How to Remove Mercury From Your Industrial Water and Wastewater

Mercury (Hg) is a well-known heavy metal that both occurs naturally and can be introduced to air and water through human activity. With its high toxicity, mercury has been the subject of stringent restrictions surrounding its use and disposal since the 1960s. Industrial facilities that deal with mercury, such as those within the chlor-alkali and … » Read More