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October 23, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
AMALGAM-60

A safe, environmentally-friendly, and cost-effective alternative to the use of Sodium Hydroxide (Caustic Soda, NaOH) for wastewater pH and alkalinity control.

September 29, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
pH & Alkalinity – How are they related?

The relationship between pH & alkalinity is intimately connected with the chemistry of the aqueous bicarbonate equilibrium system. 

September 25, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
Introducing John Van Wingerden

John enjoys giving proactive service to his own customers and leads business development of AMALGAM products for the wastewater industry.

September 22, 2020 \ Making Better Batteries
Introducing Terrance Banks

Terrance joined Calix in mid 2018 as site project engineer. Since joining he has been involved with the majority of

September 22, 2020 \ Making Better Batteries
Calix’s advanced battery materials development program – charging ahead!

The Calix battery R&D team along with its CRC-P for Advanced Hybrid Batteries project partners – Deakin University and Boron

September 22, 2020 \ Calix Global Challenges
News Issue September 2020

Welcome to Issue Number 36 of the Calix Newsletter. In our third Newsletter for 2020, our Batteries and Catalysts R&D

September 22, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
IER News Issue 1 – September 2020

A warm welcome to our very first Newsletter. A Letter from Doug Kelley, President of IER “IER is thrilled to

September 15, 2020 \ Reducing CO2 Emissions
RECAST – A System to Decarbonise Long-Distance Shipping

RECAST could deliver decarbonisation of shipping with conventional engines, using lime as a sorbent and as part of the fuel for the ship.

September 03, 2020 \ Calix Global Challenges
Introducing Michael Wheatland, Business Development Manager

Michael Wheatland is an Internationally Chartered Engineer turned commercial manager with over 15 years’ experience in minerals processing across Aluminium,

September 02, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
Webinar – Mine and mineral processing water neutralisation and metal precipitation using ACTI-Mag

In this webinar, we looks at what are the best pond conditions for growth and how AQUA-Cal+ can help to achieve these conditions.

August 05, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
Magnesium hydroxide vs caustic soda / sodium hydroxide demonstration

A safe and cost effective alternative to the use of sodium hydroxide (caustic soda) for wastewater alkalinity and pH adjustment.

June 27, 2020 \ Calix Global Challenges
News Issue June 2020

Welcome to Issue Number 35 of the Calix Newsletter. In our second Newsletter for 2020, we feature the commencement of

June 27, 2020 \ Feeding the Growing Human Population
Sustainable food production to help solve global challenges

The world’s population is expected to grow by over a third, or 2.3 billion people, between 2009 and 2050. This

June 27, 2020 \ Improving the Sustainability of Water Treatment
Magnesium hydroxide as a substitute for caustic soda and lime

Magnesium hydroxide is the least expensive and most powerful alkaline chemical treatment available on the market for pH control applications.

High quality products | Proactive customer service

Based in Spokane, Washington, IER primarily services the Pacific Northwest and Upper Midwest with plant locations in Sioux City, Iowa; Hills, Iowa; Centralia, Washington and Pasco, Washington.

SUPPORTING WATERAID

Because we truly care about sanitation

Almost 2 billion people do not have a decent toilet or access to basic and safely managed sanitation. In many cases, faeces and urine end up untreated in the environment, contaminating it and threatening people’s health.

This is why IER supports WaterAid programs, to facilitate access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene in the world’s poorest and most marginalised communities.

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