Nipam Kapani Joins WaterSurplus as Senior Electrical Engineer
Today WaterSurplus announced the hiring of Nipam Kapani as Senior Electrical Engineer. Kapani has over 20 years of water treatment and systems
University of Colorado Boulder Ph.D., Masoud Aghajani Joins R&D Team at WaterSurplus
Today WaterSurplus announced the hiring of Dr. Masoud Aghajani as a Research and Development Engineer. Aghajani earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Colorado Boulder
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
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.
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.
WaterSurplus Continues To Expand Engineering Capacity With New Hire, Ian Tonner, P.E.
Engineering capacity at WaterSurplus continues to expand. WaterSurplus announced the hiring of Ian Tonner, P.E. as Mechanical Engineer.
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.
WaterSurplus Announces New Senior Electrical Designer
WaterSurplus recently hired Gary Sandrock as Senior Electrical Designer. Sandrock provides electrical design and layout for new and refurbished
Village of Random Lake, WI Iron Removal
Project: Catalytic iron removal. This OxiPlus75 system paired with a sodium hypochlorite feed upstream consistently removes iron to less than 0.1 mg/L.