Manganese and Drinking Water Don’t Mix
Manganese is a naturally occurring element frequently found in drinking water. The EPA reports that manganese can be detected in about 70% of
WaterSurplus Receives Grant from Bureau of Reclamation
WaterSurplus was one of 22 Bureau of Reclamation grant award recipients announced by the USBR to develop more efficient ways to recycle water
Fabrication Division Completes Ion Exchange System Project
These photos are from the manufacturing of a new industrial water softener system built for a company in Mississippi. It includes machined and welded parts.
WaterSurplus Selected as International Water Technology Delegate to India
Craig Hall and Sriram Sambasivam will represent WaterSurplus as members of the US International Water Technology Business Delegation to India.
Illinois Iron and Manganese Removal Project
Iron and manganese removal was achieved by using our OxiPlus75 media without the need for a potassium permanganate feed or detention basin.
Local Company Lands Multi-Million Dollar Water Treatment Contract with Major International Bottler
WaterSurplus selected for a multi-million dollar water treatment contract by one of the world’s largest bottlers.
WaterSurplus Unveiling Two New Water Treatment Technologies at Harley-Davidson Museum
What’s new in water treatment technologies? WaterSurplus founder and president, John Barelli, unveiled two new water treatment technologies.
Village of Milford, Illinois Iron Removal
Milford asked WaterSurplus to coordinate a turnkey retrofit of their iron removal system including demolition and construction of a new OxiPlus75 plant.
New London, Wisconsin Municipal Iron Removal
The OxiPlus75 based system provided successful municipal iron removal within the footprint of the existing well house, saving the cost of construction.
Greenville, Wisconsin Iron, Manganese, and Radium Removal
Project: Iron, manganese, and radium removal. The Town of Greenville had arsenic in their water that required treatment when the arsenic limit was