Water and Wastes Digest Archive

January 2014
The city of London, Ontario, Canada, operates six wastewater treatment plants (WWTP). Sludge generated at five of the city’s plants is trucked to the Greenway Pollution Control Plant, where it is mixed with the Greenway sludge in holding tanks. All of...
Oklahoma City is the most populated city in the state of Oklahoma and the 29th largest city in the U.S. At 621.2 sq miles, it is in the top five largest cities in the country in terms of geographic area and spreads into four counties: Oklahoma, Canadian...
Taking a swampy, flooded area in a major city and efficiently converting it into a park and public green space is not an easy task. For the Hillcrest Knoll Park in St. Paul, Minn., the solution was to use more than 2,500 ft of 60-in.-diameter corrugated...
Securing a clean water supply is an ever-increasing concern in the U.S. With aging insfrastructure, growing demand and extreme weather events, there is no shortage of challenges. WWD Managing Editor Elisabeth Lisican recently spoke with Todd Gartner, a...


The Water & Wastes Digest staff invites industry professionals to nominate the water and wastewater projects they deem most remarkable and innovative for recognition in the Annual Reference Guide issue. All projects must have been in the design or construction phase over the last 18 months.

2015 Top Projects Nomination Form


Are you planning to upgrade your current water/wastewater facilities in the next year?
No, but will in the next 2 years
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