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Water and Wastes Digest Archive

January 2009
Solid planning, patience and discipline are key ingredients that yield superior results. In the water utility industry, those same attributes applied to the selection of a new advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) are sure to produce a system that is a...
Turning to the ocean as a source of drinking water is no longer a novel practice as the population continues to grow, especially in areas with insufficient freshwater supply. Continued advances in membrane technology, steady decline of operation and...
In 2008, we felt the effects of the collapse of the housing market, credit freeze and the downturn of the national and global economy. It is safe to say that no one can exactly predict the challenges that 2009 will present. It is likely, however, that...

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