Water and Wastes Digest Archive


December 2013
A historic change in how membrane bioreactor (MBR) wastewater treatment plants are designed, built and operated is on display at the Pembroke, Mass., Wastewater Treatment Facility (WWTF). Serving several commercial establishments, this innovative WWTF...
Situated in the hills of western Massachusetts, Amherst is a city of about 37,000 people. Population growth in the area has been steady over the years, just about doubling since 1960. With the continuous expansion of the three college campuses—University...
Robert Dohm knows a lot about fluid-handling pumps. He spent much of his working life as a pump mechanic at a prominent chemical company’s West Virginia plant. The large pumps had to function reliably in some of the most caustic process environments...

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