Global Water Intelligence has announced the theme for the 11th Annual Global Water Summit. “Intelligent Synergies” will be the focal point of...
Now in the second phase of its consent decree-mandated Long Term Control Plan to optimize interactivity between its four wastewater processing plants, Ohio's City of Newark is working to provide EPA-compliant, reliable service at reasonable rates. It completed Phase 1 in 2013 with the installation of a new interceptor line that conveys sanitary sewer flow from the west end of town, through the downtown area's combined system and to the east end's Licking River wastewater treatment plant.
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