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Environmental & Pollution Control

International Filtration News provides ongoing coverage of filtration technology for environmental & pollution control applications. Visit regularly to stay on top of the latest insights, issues and innovations in filtration for environmental & pollution control.

Dualing Hazards to Your Health from Wildfire Smoke

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A Positive Spin ON WHEELS & Washing Machines

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The Circular Game

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The Triborough Bridge along the East River in New York City with massive air pollution in the sky from wildfires. Photo iStock/James Andrews

There are occasions when the knowledge and experience a person has developed over their professional career intersects with their personal life. Such is the case for many in the air …

Advancements of washing machines have caused damage on the environment and now are threatening the future health of both humanity and the planet, as implications are become clearer.

In his memorable TedTalk from 2010, the great Swedish physician and academic Hans Rosling, who sadly died in 2017, proposed the washing machine as the greatest invention of modern times. …

The San Angelo, Texas facility selected the Mazzei GDT system, which aerates a sidestream using venturi injectors and a Pipeline Flash Reactor (PFR) to blend the treated sidestream effectively as it is reintroduced into the main flow. Photo courtesy of Mazzei Injector Company

Irrigation water use and re-use in agriculture cycle around pretreatment and filtration The water cycle tracks the movement of water from lakes, streams and oceans to the clouds and back …

Water Energy Nexus

This is the first in what will be a recurring column in IFN called “Moon Shots,” highlighting calls for innovation and new ways of thinking in the filtration industry. If …

Sustainability In Filtration

The next edition of the FiltXPO, North America’s technical conference and exhibition for the filtration and separation industry, will be presented March 29-31, 2022, in Miami Beach. The event will …