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In the past few months, I have had many conversations with friends and colleagues about the recent presidential election, as I am sure you have, too. These conversations inspired this column. By the time this column is published, Donald J. Trump will...
In many regions across the U.S. and Canada, water tables are lowering, causing wells to run dry and saltwater to intrude inland, and leaving an increasing number of people without a reliable water source. As populations continue to grow and shift, it is...
Water loss affects every water system in the country, but only a handful of states actually track it. Gathering data on losses means water professionals can get a handle on the problem and take steps to solve leakage issues. Texas is one state gathering...
Name: Hardeeville Water Reclamation FacilityLocation: Hardeeville, S.C.Size: 1 mgdInfrastructure: Headworks, screening, oxidation ditch treatment  Above image: Construction is expected to be finished in 18 to 24 months. Owned and operated by the...
Water and wastewater infrastructure is deteriorating due to lack of investment and funding. This means municipalities and utilities are looking to maintain their systems’ integrity at minimal cost. What can utility managers do to keep water and...
Membrane bioreactor (MBR) market conditions are changing with the influx of newer companies and products. Moreover, related technologies are evolving quickly. For example, in terms of membrane equipment, Ovivo has seen overall efficiency improved at a...
Drinking water distribution and wastewater collection systems often are widely distributed over large geographic areas, making automated and remote monitoring essential. These functions typically are implemented with supervisory control and data...
The water analysis instrumentation market is currently valued at approximately $2.5 billion, with 25% represented by online, real-time and distributed instruments. Global growth in this industry, heavily influenced by Europe and China, depends on the...
The city of Dallas’ Water Utilities is a not-for-profit department, providing water and wastewater services to approximately 2.4 million people in Dallas and 27 nearby communities. Its operations are funded solely by the water and wastewater rates paid...

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