Water and Wastes Digest Archive


December 2010
Hard work and innovation propel tens of thousands of water and wastewater projects and upgrades simultaneously across the country each year. While all different in size and scope, the goals of staying cost-efficient, using effective technology and...
In New York City, improving water efficiency while responding to ever-increasing demand is a critical issue identified for action by Mayor Bloomberg in the PlaNYC Progress Report. American Water has worked with the Battery Park City Authority and private...
Figure 1. In the Multiwash process, media separator baffles prevent the media from entering the trough so that only backwash water laden with contaminants is allowed to leave the basin. The city of Rock Hill, S.C., has a 24-million-gal-per-day (mgd)...
The North Tonowanda Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) is often faced with the challenge of making repairs to the array of sizes and configurations that comprise its carbon filtration service piping system. The original piping located in the carbon...
The citizens of Atlanta depend heavily on the Hemphill and Chattahoochee water treatment facilities. Without them, there would not be readily available sanitary water for cleaning, washing, drinking and other daily activities. Pending completion of a...
Water & Wastes Digest (WWD) understands the importance of keeping up to date with current industry trends and information. We are pleased to bring you our fourth annual State of the Industry Report, which includes invaluable current information...
With all the politics these days, here is a timely reminder: “R and D” refers not just to parties but to research and development, the key to sustaining environmental and economic progress and sifting through claims of sound science and silver bullets in...
The 2010 WWD State of the Industry Report featured in this issue (page 11) reveals some of the critical concerns surrounding the water and wastewater industry in 2010 and in the months ahead. The report was conducted online by ABR Research Inc., which...

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