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July 2012
The city of Pasco, Wash., faced the challenging job of solving a recurring water main problem. The leaking 12-in. pipe was located under an active railway intersection on the southeast side of the city. But, thanks to a well-planned effort, the...
Washington, D.C., is home to some of the U.S.’ most prized and revered memorials. To the nearly 24 million people who visited the mall in 2011, the Reflecting Pool appeared to be more of a science project than a scenic and iconic historic stop. Several...
Heavy metal limitations for municipal wastewater treatment facilities have become widespread in Virginia as some plants’ limits approach detection. The limits are sensitive to the type of receiving stream and the water hardness. Approximately 44...
Water and wastewater industry members must always prepare for the future. WWD Associate Editor Kristin Muckerheide recently discussed wastewater expansion planning for nutrients and flood mitigation with Jay M. Brady, P.E., principal environmental...

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