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IWWD January/February 2012
In response to widespread concern over the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is planning on establishing standards for the wastewater discharges associated with natural gas operations. Here Thomas L...
Situated at the uppermost origins of the Arkansas River in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, the city of Leadville, Colo., was founded in 1877. At an elevation of 10,152 ft, Leadville is the highest incorporated city in the U.S. It is most famous for its...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and state regulatory agencies across the country, under the auspices of the Clean Water Act (CWA), have set water quality standards to ensure that surface water bodies are safe for uses such as fishing,...
When global steelmaker ThyssenKrupp sought advanced water and wastewater treatment through a unique design, build, operate and maintain (DBOM) approach for its new state-of-the-art $5-billion carbon steel and stainless steel processing facilities near...
I’d like to officially welcome you to the debut edition of Industrial Water & Wastes Digest (IWWD), a new publication brought to you by Water & Wastes Digest, a Scranton Gillette Communications publication. It certainly is an eventful time in the...

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