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Located in the heart of downtown Tacoma, Wash., the Thea Foss Waterway once was characterized by oil sheens, coal tar deposits and dilapidated buildings. In 1983, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) declared the Thea Foss Waterway part of the...
In the spring of 2014, Park County, Wyo., decided to reconstruct an irrigation siphon that ran beneath Bear Creek and flowed along the intersections of Wilson-McKissack near Cody, Wyo. The siphon and diversion structure at the intersection of Bear Creek...
In 2012, the Lynnwood (Wash.) Water & Sewer Utility updated its 20-year-old SCADA system with Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) and Ethernet communications. The existing “telemetry” computer was an 80386 PC running SCADA software installed...
With a capacity of 12 million gal per day, the Benicia Water Treatment Plant (WTP) is a 24/7 regulated industrial surface water treatment complex that produces drinking water for 28,000 citizens, a vibrant industrial base and an extensive commercial...
According to the Plastics Pipe Institute Inc. (PPI), a relatively new type of large-diameter polyolefin pipe is playing a pivotal role in the restoration of the Everglades. The water control project used 10 runs each of 100 ln ft of 60-in.-diameter...
In June, President Obama signed into law the Water Resources and Reform Development Act of 2014 (WRRDA), which authorizes funding for more than $12 billion of new infrastructure projects. W&WD Editorial Director Neda Simeonova spoke with Steve Park,...

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