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September 2012
Lagoon systems for wastewater treatment are commonly used in small- to medium- sized communities in Canada and Northern United States. The systems are designed to be either aerated or facultative (naturally aerated) to meet effluent discharge regulations...
The Littleton/Englewood Wastewater Treatment Plant in Englewood, Colo., has recently implemented processes to effectively monitor ammonia levels in wastewater. In addition, the plant now is able to effectively monitor prechlorination, dissolved air...
Since the early 1950s, Hungerford & Terry of Clayton, N.J., has handled water filtration for Ocean City, Md., one of the East Coast’s most popular summer resorts. The population swells from 7,000 residents in the off-season to upwards of 350,000...
The cities of Chaska and Shakopee are located in the southwest corner of the Twin Cities metropolitan area, 23 miles from Minneapolis, on the Minnesota River. While the cities own and operate local sanitary sewer collection systems, collected wastewater...
Thousands of water quality professionals will go marching to the home of the Saints Sept. 29 to Oct. 3, 2012, for the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference (WEFTEC). The show will be held at the New Orleans Morial...
In 2005, Hurricane Katrina left the East Bank Sewage Treatment plant in New Orleans, La., completely submerged for weeks. Officials know there might be “another big one” someday and they must be well equipped. WWD Assistant Editor Kristin Muckerheide...

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