The Clean Water America Alliance will host the Urban Water Sustainability Leadership Conference in Cincinnati, Oct. 15 to 17. “Water is shaping our communities and defining... more
Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) 2012, held from July 1 to 5 and themed "Water Solutions for Liveable and Sustainable Cities,” achieved a new record of S$13.6... more
In response to the statewide crisis following Friday’s storm that left close to 700,000 West Virginians without power, the shareholders of West Virginia American Water are... more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing a total of $317,000 to three Rhode Island organizations. One grant will provide job training for environmental... more
We live in a consumer-driven economy. Very few people purchase even a box of breakfast cereal without doing plenty of online research and pricing comparisons. Before you... more
Water professionals face daily challenges in meeting the water demand of current and projected population. Century-old infrastructure in dire need of replacement and... more
have written a number of times in this column about fracking and how it is making a dramatic impact—not only on energy supply but on wide-reaching areas of the global economy... more
Around the world, more utilities are turning to wireless technology to help manage information, assets and workers, and American Water is one of them. In 2013, it created an... more
Situated in eastern Prince William County, Va., along the U.S. 1 corridor near the Potomac River, the Prince William County Service Authority’s (PWCSA) H.L. Mooney Advanced... more
For the residents of Concord, Mass., high standards are part of their heritage. The “shot heard round the world,” fired in Concord, began the Revolutionary War and set new... more
When Otter Creek Water Reclamation District was faced with expensive reoccurring cleanup costs at its largest wastewater pump station, engineers solved the problem with the... more
Even where fine screens are installed in the headworks of wastewater treatment plants, some debris will always end up in the sludge. Plastic parts... more
Imagine tackling your greatest production challenge quickly, easily and inexpensively—and even generating a profit while doing so. Removal of surface... more
In order to survive in a tough competitive environment, many companies are searching for ways to realize savings in their production. Such savings... more
Wastewater treatment plants process and handle some of the most corrosive solids and liquids in process engineering, often suffering damage after... more
Wednesday, October 29, 2014 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Participants earn one Professional Development Hour. Webinar Overview: Rather than using... more
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Eastern Participants earn one Professional Development Hour. Webinar Overview: Register today to see... more
The Model DO90 trace dissolved oxygen (DO2) analyzer offers reliable and effective monitoring of boiler feed water. Oxygen should only be present in trace quantities in... more
When brush rotors in oxidation ditch applications approach their useful life, Envirex disc aerators from Evoqua are an ideal retrofit solution. Existing tanks can be used,... more
Powerful mixing is an essential tool for eliminating thermal and chemical stratification inside water storage tanks and maintaining consistent water quality. While... more
The lightweight, battery-powered Hach FH950 handheld flowmeter captures and stores accurate velocity and level measurements, greatly simplifying the flow measurement process... more

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