Zeta Nanocera strategic alliance announced

Nanocera & Zeta logosJune 10, 2016
Tucson, Arizona —  Zeta Corporation and Nanocera are pleased to announce the for­ma­tion of a strate­gic alliance co-mar­ket­ing sus­tain­able prod­ucts and tech­ni­cal ser­vices to indus­try.  The two com­pa­nies will com­bine devel­op­ment efforts in key indus­tri­al mar­kets where cus­tomer pro­duc­tiv­i­ty and sus­tain­abil­i­ty inter­ests over­lap.  Principals at both com­pa­nies have been inter­est­ed in a col­lab­o­ra­tion for sev­er­al years and look for­ward to pro­mot­ing the alliance.

Nanocera offers lead­ing edge, envi­ron­men­tal­ly advan­taged con­ver­sion coat­ing tech­nolo­gies, which pro­vide supe­ri­or cor­ro­sion resis­tance and paint adhe­sion, elim­i­nate dam­ag­ing phos­phates and reg­u­lat­ed heavy met­als, and sig­nif­i­cant­ly reduce total oper­at­ing costs, includ­ing low­er ener­gy and water usage.

Zeta Corporation man­u­fac­tures and mar­kets Zeta Rod® sys­tems, which sig­nif­i­cant­ly improve water and ener­gy con­ser­va­tion, opti­mize the per­for­mance of indus­tri­al flu­ids, reduce water treat­ment chem­i­cal usage, and con­trol scale and bio­log­i­cal foul­ing in water sys­tems.

For more infor­ma­tion, please con­tact:

NANOCERA
Blair Imbody
Founder/CEO
(520) 909‑0168

ZETA CORPORATION
Carolyn B. Pitts
President/CEO
888−785−9660

CH2M HILL evaluates Zeta Rod system to reclaim EDR wastewater for the City of Sherman, Texas

CH2M HILL
January 2001

The Zeta Rod improved oper­abil­i­ty of the con­ven­tion­al RO treat­ment (rel­a­tive to no pre­treat­ment) although the mech­a­nism respon­si­ble for the observed reduc­tion in mem­brane foul­ing is not well under­stood. Feed pres­sures and WTC were more sta­ble dur­ing Zeta Rod use at 50% recov­ery than with­out its use at 15% recov­ery.”

Click here to link to CH2M HILL Feasibility Study for EDR Wastewater Treatment and Recovery

 

 

CH2M HILL evaluates Zeta Rod & GrahamTek RO systems to reclaim EDR wastewater

CH2M HILL

CH2M HILL, a glob­al leader in full ser­vice engi­neer­ing, con­struc­tion and oper­a­tions, was tasked to find a way to treat the con­cen­trate stream from a water treat­ment plant locat­ed in Sherman, Texas USA. The City want­ed to be able to treat this waste­water in order to reduce sew­er and waste­water plant load­ings, and to recov­er a por­tion of the waste­water as high qual­i­ty water than could be used to increase plant fin­ished water capac­i­ty. Continue read­ing